Strategic planning and management of parks and protected areas is a complex process. It is important that protected area planners and managers understand past, present and future trends in order to design park systems that will be relevant and sustainable for the future. Trends need to be considered at several levels:
Recent national and international research suggest the present and future trends in protected area tourism include:
Information about the rates of participation in outdoor recreation (including spatial and temporal distribution) is an important aspect of recreation and tourism planning.
This report explores the way in which some key drivers could affect the tourism industry, both international and domestic, to the year 2020. An exploration of these trends allows important change agents, on both the supply side and the demand ...
This domestic and international visitor profile provides a state summary of South Australia, Australia.
This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Murray River area, spanning Goolwa in the west to Cooryong in the far east.
This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Blue Mountains area west of Sydney, New South Wales.
This domestic and international visitor profile covers the Capital Country region located north of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales.
This domestic and international visitor profile provides a state summary of the Northern Territory, Australia.
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