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REGIONAL TOURING ROUTE TRAVELLERS: users motivations, attitudes and behaviours in Queensland and Tasmania

By Anne Hardy, Bill Carter, Bob Beeton, Mark Olsen and Louise Horneman
REGIONAL TOURING ROUTE TRAVELLERS: users motivations, attitudes and behaviours in Queensland and Tasmania
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This study explores the motivations, attitudes and behaviours of tourists on themed touring routes (trails) in Queensland and Tasmania, Australia. The results provide insight into the travellers, their preferred holiday style, motivation, patterns of planning, travel and en route behaviour, use of themed touring routes and their views on destinations. Important differences were found to exist between the touring groups in the two states.
This study explores the motivations, attitudes and behaviours of tourists on themed touring routes (trails) in Queensland and Tasmania, Australia. The results provide insight into the travellers, their preferred holiday style, motivation, patterns of planning, travel and en route behaviour, use of themed touring routes and their views on destinations. Important differences were found to exist between the touring groups in the two states. Reduce

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In 2008/09, $916 million was spent by visitors in the region - 75% was by domestic overnight visitors.