Lessons from around the world suggest that an effective destination management structure:
An effective destination management structure has proactive input from government, tourism organisations, the tourism industry and the host community rather than managed by crises or ad hoc.
Additional case studies of best practice regions can be found in the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre’s Sustainable Regional Tourism Destinations report. Another of the landmark reports produced by the STCRC analysed the structure of the tourism sector in several regions across Australia. The report, The Network Structure of Tourism Operators in Three Regions of Australia, provides methodologies for assessing the relationships between tourism organisations in a destination and how these relationships influence destination structure, information exchange and collaborative management.
This report presents findings of a three-year research project undertaken to determine what regional tourism stakeholders have learnt from practice, and what they consider to have contributed to best practice, for the sustainable planning, management, development and marketing of regional ...
The aim of the guide is to investigate the issues that local governments face in tourism management and the practices and approaches that have been adopted to address these issues. An investigation and appreciation of these issues is necessarily the ...
The assessment tool (phase 2) provides readers with tools, exercises and interrogating questions to better understand tourism management issues in their local destination. this is achieved through the presentation of activities and questions and through the inclusion of vignettes and ...
This report provides a summary of three individual project components that identify the interaction between tourism organisations in the study regions. This interaction was found by determining the networks of relationships between organisations. This report compares the three individual projects ...
The objective of this report is to provide a framework for the sustainable development of the travel and tourism industry in the APEC region, through public/private partnerships, and to deliver a sustainability strategy for tourism destinations.
The purpose of this book is to bring together a range of research cases focusing on regional tourism destinations in Australia and New Zealand. The key objective is to explore the structures and processes used by regional destinations to foster ...
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