Visiting protected areas are at the top of most visitors itineraries so providing access and memorable experiences is vital to be a competitive destination globally.
The Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre has undertaken extensive research in the development and management of tourism in natural and protected areas. Further information on the development and management of natural / protected area assets as well as the social and cultural environments can be found in the ‘Parks and Culture’ section.
Park agencies worldwide are faced with increasing demand for their facilities and services coupled with declining finances and human resources. The ability to develop a more comprehensive and relevant park management system to meet these challenges has become increasingly important. ...
This project explicitly focuses on indicators for measuring the sustainability of visitor use, rather than the much broader suite of indicators needed to report comprehensively on protected area management. Also, the STCRC requested that the indicators be developed for potential ...
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.
In Australia, the need for partnerships and their potential contribution to sustainable tourism has been identified in a number of recent reports. This project aimed to identify the features involved in developing, fostering and maintaining partnerships among those involved in ...
This document profiles key STCRC research in the field of tourism and protected area management from 2005 to October 2008. The aim of this summary is to provide a ‘snapshot' of research that informs the parks-tourism relationship and its management. ...
The aim of this report is to describe a selection of successful partnerships between commercial tourism and protected area managers, and to identify the advantages of expanding such partnerships.
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