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Using Cairns, north Queensland, Australia as a case study, energy consumption by the tourism industry is reviewed in light of empirical growth in international visitation and reliance of the industry on the natural attributes of a region to sell beds. Perceptions of environmental performance in the ...

Author(s)
Curtis, I. A.
Publisher
Environment Institute of Australia Inc, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 2002, 9, 1, pp 27-36
Abstract

This special issue includes 7 papers. Topics covered include: a framework for analysing self-drive tourism markets; the key factors for the development of iconic touring routes; the importance of themed routes to tourism and transport in Queensland, Australia; the Drive Tourism Programme in...

Publisher
Henry Stewart Publications, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Vacation Marketing, 2003, 9, 4, pp 307-395
Abstract

Per capita energy and water consumption figures of five fully accredited eco-resorts were benchmarked against 11 hotels, 13 condominium complexes and six caravan parks located in three major tourist destinations in Queensland, Australia. Somewhat surprisingly, it appears some eco-resorts fail to...

Author(s)
Warnken, J.; Bradley, M.; Guilding, C.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2005, 26, 3, pp 367-379
Abstract

This paper considers the way in which operators and destination authorities can work within a destination region; illustrating how the problems, resulting from different geographic scales and the objectives of business units and government agencies, can be tackled through cooperative marketing...

Author(s)
Scott, N.; Parfitt, N.; Laws, E.
Publisher
Continuum, London, UK
Citation
Tourism in the twenty-first century: reflections on experience, 2001, pp 198-221
Abstract

This study has sought to examine favourability judgements in respect of major tourism or hospitality work context types, together with possible associated factors from areas such as learning preferences and problem solving strategies. Data are obtained from among a sample of 186 prospective tourism ...

Author(s)
Ross, G. F.
Publisher
Hüseyin Yıldırım, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Anatolia, 2003, 14, 1, pp 5-22
Abstract

The ethical principles that potential tourism/hospitality employees bring to this industry have, only in the last decade or so, begun to receive research scrutiny. Fundamental ethical beliefs, it is suggested, are likely to have wide-ranging implications in regard to issues such as management style ...

Author(s)
Ross, G. F.
Publisher
Editions AIEST (Association Internationale d'Experts Scientifiques du Tourisme), St. Gallen, Switzerland
Citation
Tourism Review, 2003, 58, 1/4, pp 25-33
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Cameron, L.; Helling-Benze, A.
Publisher
School of Tourism, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Citation
24th Annual CAUTHE 2014 Conference, "Tourism and hospitality in the contemporary world: trends, changes and complexity", Brisbane, Australia, 10-13 February 2014, 2014, pp 05
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This paper seeks to identify the existence and nature of small accommodation-based tourism firms in Far North Queensland, Australia. In this study, a telephone interview was conducted with 51 owner/entrepreneurs in Far North Queensland Australia. Questions were based on an aggregated set of...

Author(s)
Lee-Ross, D.
Publisher
Taylor's University, Selangor, Malaysia
Citation
Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism, 2012, 1, 1, pp 1-22
Abstract

The importance of self-image congruence for product selection has been established across a number of purchase contexts, but the research that has included post-purchase evaluations is limited to a few examples, including a tourist destination, jewellery, and the use of ATMs. Despite recognition of ...

Author(s)
Wilkins, H.; Merrilees, B.; Herington, C.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Elmsford, USA
Citation
Tourism Analysis, 2007, 11, 5, pp 311-318
Abstract

This paper provides a feasibility analysis of renewable energy supply (RES) for a stand-alone supply large-scale tourist operation (with over 100 beds). The analysis utilises the power load data from a hotel located in a subtropical coastal area of Queensland, Australia. The assessment criteria of...

Author(s)
Dalton, G. J.; Lockington, D. A.; Baldock, T. E.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Renewable Energy, 2008, 33, 7, pp 1475-1490

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