Article Tag: environment

Beach Camping Strategy – Fraser Island

Fraser Island is perhaps best known as the largest sand island in the world and has experienced exponential growth in visitation and recreational use (particularly in the past twenty years). […]

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Book

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University Of Queensland Gatton College: 1996

Authors

Carter, Daniel (Author); Cox, Jeanette (Author); McMann, Kirsty (Author); Hockings, Marc (Approver); Wnuczynski, Matthew (Author); Lewis, Sarah (Author); Thorpe, Stephanie (Author); Dahl, Tania (Author)

The urban areas of South East Queensland are embedded in a region of farms, bushland, forests and water bodies. Although these open space lands are generally accepted as important, open […]

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Discussion paper

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Regional Landscape Strategy Advisory Committee: 2002

A report on the “Evaluating Ecotourism Workshop” held in Port: Douglas between the 13th and the 16th of November 1993. Report prepared by John Wood, a director of Tread Lightly […]

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Report

Source

Publisher not known: 1993

Authors

Wood, John (Author)

The need for a strategic approach to ecotourism was identified by the Jobs Council for Fibre Processing and Sustainable Development. A draft strategy was released in July 1992 and was […]

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Book

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Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment: 1992

This document presents the Final Report of the Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Consultancy for Visitor perceptions, Attitudes, Movements and use of Fraser Island World Heritage Area. Aims of […]

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Report

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Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage: 1995

Authors

Beckmann, Elizabeth (Author); Packer, Jan (Author); Ballantyne, Roy (Author)