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This report on visitors to Australia from USA and Canada is a regional breakdown of a survey completed on all visitors from overseas to Australia. Part 1 contains visitor arrival statistics and methodology; Part 2 details travel behaviour and attitudes of visitors to Australia under the headings:...

Publisher
Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Survey of international visitors 1979-80 from United States and Canada., 1981, pp 88pp.
Abstract

The report is based on findings made during a study tour of ski and alpine resorts in Australia, Canada and New Zealand under a Research Fellowship. It covers: (1) history of skiing; (2) present controls; (3) trends and growth potential; (4) planning, development and management of ski fields; (5)...

Author(s)
Sibley, R.
Publisher
Foundation for the Technical Advancement of Local Government Engineering in Victoria., Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Ski resort planning and development., 1982, pp 113pp.
Abstract

The study was designed to provide the basis for measuring trends in the market place for all the information sought, for identifying changes in the market on a biennial basis, and for measuring the attainment of specific marketing objectives. The analyses presented in the following sections are...

Author(s)
Taylor, G. D.
Publisher
Policy, Planning and Coordination, Canadian Government Office of Tourism, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Market probe study Australia 1980., 1982, pp 35pp.; 35pp.
Abstract

Changes, if any, that have occurred in the Australian travel market between 1980 and 1982 are examined. Canada's market share of foreign travel remained constant at 3.9%, ranking it sixth in popularity as a destination. The overseas market is affluent, well educated and concentrated in New South...

Publisher
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Citation
Le marché touristique Australien de Canada de 1980 à 1982., 1983, pp 22pp
Abstract

The official forecasts of overseas visitor arrivals in New Zealand to 1994 show continued growth. If growth continues at 7%-8% per annum, a forecast of 2 million visitors in 2000 is possible. The three markets most responsible for the expected increase in 1990 are Australia, the UK and Germany....

Author(s)
Lim, E.
Publisher
New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
NZTP Economic Research Series, 1990, No. 1, pp 163pp.
Abstract

The study looks at the evolution of real exchange rates during the 1980s for 10 of the world's leading tourism origin markets: USA, Canada, Germany, UK, France, Switzerland, Italy, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. In each case, real exchange rate movements are charted for the major destinations...

Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1991, No. 4, pp 49-75
Abstract

Over the last 20 years museums have changed fundamentally and radically in their nature and popularity and there has been a boom in the creation of new ones. At a national level, museums are widely seen to be an important part of a country's cultural investment, and at a regional and local level,...

Author(s)
Cossens, N.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization, Madrid, Spain
Citation
Seminar on new forms of demand and new products, Nicosia (Cyprus), 8-9 May 1991., 1991, pp 107-112
Abstract

The report contains detailed results of the official forecasts from the 1991 New Zealand Tourism Department International Visitor Arrival Forecasting Round. Medium term forecasts indicate that New Zealand is expected to receive 1.3 million visitors by 1995. The report presents predicted growth...

Citation
NZTD Economic Research Series, 1991, No. 2, pp 138pp.
Abstract

The role of national tourist offices (NTOs) in tourism promotion, and the relative efforts of public and private sector partners, are subjects of ongoing debate. This study looks at how seven NTOs in the major destination markets of the UK, France, Greece, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia ...

Author(s)
Lavery, P.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1992, No. 4, pp 84-101
Abstract

The growth of tourism has been welcomed by those concerned with remote area development. Tourism promises extra sources of revenue to bolster economies suffering from decline in other industries such as pastoralism or fur trapping, and with the wealth of different demands brought by tourists, it...

Author(s)
Young, E.
Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Third world in the first: development and indigenous peoples., 1995, pp 189-222

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