Oceania: A Tourism Handbook

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Chris Cooper, Colin Michael Hall
Channel View Publications, Jan 1, 2005 - Travel - 416 pages
This book draws together a wide range of sources to provide the most comprehensive handbook of tourism in Oceania available. It is designed to act as a single source of reference for tourism in a region that is growing in significance as a tourism destination.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Australia
7
Demand for Tourism in Australia
17
The Organisation of Tourism in Australia
35
The Australian Tourism Industry
57
Sources of Australian Tourism Statistics
75
Introduction to New Zealand
89
Demand for Tourism in New Zealand
99
The Organisation of Tourism in New Zealand
116
Introduction to the Pacific Islands
165
Tourism in the Pacific Islands
171
Contemporary Themes
297
Customary Practices and Tourism Development in the French Pacific
308
Tourism and Air Transport in Oceania
321
Destination Risk Management in Oceania
335
Global Warming and Tourism in Oceania
353
Tourism Education in Oceania
362

The New Zealand Tourism Industry
133
Sources of New Zealand Tourism Statistics
153
A Compendium of Tourism Sources for Oceania
380
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Chris Cooper is head of the school of tourism and leisure management at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. He has published a number of texts in tourism and is co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism. C Michael Hall is Professor of Tourism at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He has published widely in the tourism field and is co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism.

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