The Post COVID Tourism Catch Cry: “Build Back Better” ….sounds great, but how do we actually do that?

Words: Natasha Paul  The answer to this question is not straightforward and there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach or silver bullet solution to ensure a quick fix to some of the complex and deeply systemic issues and fragilities [...]

2022-06-24T15:21:23+10:00June 24th, 2022|Latest news|

See your trails like never before! TrailVision

Best practice trail asset management. TrailVision helps land managers achieve their vision for their trail networks, by providing the technology needed to access critical information and make informed decisions and well-informed management control. A customised platform will give back productive [...]

2022-06-23T15:06:13+10:00June 23rd, 2022|Latest news|

Aboriginal tourism planning for community, for education, for visitors

Words: Tracey Diddams There is no one-size-fits-all approach for Indigenous tourism. Cultural obligations, responsibilities, protocols, values, traditions and levels of desired involvement will vary. With greater conversations, education delivered in schools and commitments to ‘Closing the Gap’, we are seeing [...]

2022-06-24T15:21:10+10:00June 23rd, 2022|Latest news|

Creating a Sustainable Future for the District of Cleve

From spectacular coastlines to country mountain peaks, the District of Cleve is truly a hidden gem in South Australia’s crown. Located on the spectacular Eyre Peninsula, the region’s small population punches well above it’s weight as a core land and [...]

2022-06-20T10:10:37+10:00June 20th, 2022|Latest news|

Solomon Islands Endorses Pacific Sustainable Tourism Statement of Commitment

Rich in natural biodiversity and cultural history, the Solomon Islands is an up and coming tourism destination with much to offer to travellers who are keen to immerse themselves in new and unique experiences. This has made it all the [...]

2022-06-16T09:23:52+10:00June 16th, 2022|Latest news|
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