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It is predicted that the future of tourism will be prosperous and that tourism growth in the Australian Pacific region will be average to high up to the year 2000. Due to developments over the past two centuries and its strategic location, sheer size and extent of natural areas, Australia plays an...

Author(s)
Elias, S.
Citation
Espaces, 1988, No. 90, pp 16-19
Abstract

Important investments have been made in the tourism industry in the Great Barrier Reef region of Australia since the mid-1980s. In a short time these investments have brought about significant transformations in an economic sector, which had always been characterized by traditional structures. The...

Author(s)
Vacher, L.
Citation
Cahiers d'Outre-Mer, 1994, 47, 188, pp 411-430
Abstract

Tourism in Australia is dominated increasingly by Japanese and North American visitors, while numbers of UK tourists are declining. According to forecasts made by Boeing, numbers of North Americans up to the year 2000 are expected to increase 4.5 times to reach 679 000, compared with 145 000 in...

Author(s)
Elias, S.
Citation
Espaces, 1988, No. 91, pp 35-37
Abstract

A study of national parks in Australia is used to illustrate how conflicts can be created between tourism and the natural environment, and to indicate ways in which the objectives of tourism development can be reconciled with those of nature conservation. The aim is to demonstrate that countries...

Author(s)
Elias, S.
Citation
Espaces, 1988, No. 93, pp 42-45