Developing a successful strategic plan for tourism requires taking a comprehensive destination management approach. A Destination Management Planning Model developed by Tourism Queensland provides a process for developing a strategic plan for a destination.
Source: Queensland Tourism Strategy, Tourism Queensland 2006
A successful strategic plan should:
Strategic destination planning is a cyclical process that requires ongoing monitoring and review and the flexibility to adapt to changing conditions.
Additional best practice case studies of regional tourism destinations can be found in the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre’s Sustainable Regional Tourism Destinations report.
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