Challenges for sustainable regional tourism: A best practice model for low-impact nature-based tourism facilities in remote areas

Challenges for sustainable regional tourism: A best practice model for low-impact nature-based tourism facilities in remote areas Report

  • Author(s): Beyer, David, Elber, Bernhard, Spring, Fred, Revell, Grant, Anda, Martin, Ho, Goen
  • Published: 2003
  • Publisher: Cooperative Research Centre on Sustainable Tourism

Abstract: The Environmental Technology Centre at Murdoch University (David Beyer), and The Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, UWA (Bernhard Elber and Grant Revell) have undertaken a study for the Cooperative Research Centre(CRC) for Sustainable Tourism to develop a Best Practice Model for Sustainable Tourism Facilities in remote areas. The study aimed to develop a holistic and independently verifiable 'best practice' assessment system. The study involved visits to low-impact facilities including Longitude 131 in N.T., and Paperbark Camp in N.S.W.

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Beyer, David, Elber, Bernhard, Spring, Fred, Revell, Grant, Anda, Martin, Ho, Goen, 2003, Challenges for sustainable regional tourism: A best practice model for low-impact nature-based tourism facilities in remote areas, Report, viewed 17 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4433.

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