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The Resource Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia, by David Brereton ... [et. al.]

Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia, by David Brereton ... [et. al.]

Label
Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia
Title
Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia
Statement of responsibility
by David Brereton ... [et. al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at the publisher's home page: http://www.crctourism.com.au/bookshop
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
338.4791
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Brereton, David
  • Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pasminco Century Mine
  • Argyle Diamond Mines Pty. Ltd
  • Comalco Aluminium Limited
  • Tourism
  • Heritage tourism
  • Mines and mineral resources
  • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
Label
Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia, by David Brereton ... [et. al.]
Link
http://www.crctourism.com.au/CRCBookshop/Documents/Brereton_mining-indigtourism.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"David Brereton, Paul Memmott, Joseph Reser, Jeremy Buultjens, Linda Thomson, Tanuja Barker, Tim O'Rourke and Catherine Chanmbers"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
Indigenous tourism in Australia: the development of Indigenous tourism in Australia: the market for Indigenous tourism in Australia -- The benefits of Indigenous tourism: economic opportunities for Indigenous groups; the promotion of self-determination; Cross-cultural exchanges; Preservation of the elements of traditional culture; Protected area resource management -- Issues concerning the development of Indigenous tourism enterprises: the "real" demand for Indigenous tourism; Low tourism market profile; Competition from eco/nature-based tourism; Lack of skills, qualifications and business knowledge; Cultural factors; Lack of control, ownership and intellectual property; Administration of government programs and assistance; Lack of available finance; Problems relating to any small and remote business -- Indigenous cultural tourism and sustainability; Measure of success: what is a successful Indigenous tourism business -- The mining industry in Northern Australia: mining in northern Australia; Australian mining and Indigenous relations The broader context: mining infrastructure; Mine sites as tourism attractions; Further synergy opportunities -- Considerations relating to proximal national parks and/or world heritage areas: the conjunction of a national park and/or world heritage area, a significant mine operation, and Aboriginal lands and communities: Aboriginal involvement; Impacts; the partnership literature and experience; Protected area management perspectives; Management and planning legislation, monitoring, guidelines, and best practice -- Comalco/Weipa case study -- Century Mine case study -- Argyle Diamond Mine case study -- Final discussion: revisiting the research questions: what natural and cultural sites/activities exist in mining areas that could attract tourism?; How has mining infrastructure been used and in what other ways can it be used by Indigenous communities for tourism activities?; Are Indigenous communities and mining companies willing to co-operate on such projects?; How might the potential for local or regional tourism develop in such a partnership?; How developed is the existing tourism industry, market and infrastructure in remote regions?; Is there sufficient demand for the type of tourism product to be offered by Indigenous communities?; What is required to ensure that communities have the capacity to provide the tourism product?; Recommendations for future action: to the mining industry; to protected area management bodies; to government; to Indigenous organisations, groups and individuals -- Appendices: further reading on protected area management and Indigenous community involvements; Further reading on the Century Mine case study
Control code
000040509729
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
x, 90 p.
Isbn
9781920704940
Other physical details
ill. maps
Label
Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia, by David Brereton ... [et. al.]
Link
http://www.crctourism.com.au/CRCBookshop/Documents/Brereton_mining-indigtourism.pdf
Publication
Note
"David Brereton, Paul Memmott, Joseph Reser, Jeremy Buultjens, Linda Thomson, Tanuja Barker, Tim O'Rourke and Catherine Chanmbers"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
Indigenous tourism in Australia: the development of Indigenous tourism in Australia: the market for Indigenous tourism in Australia -- The benefits of Indigenous tourism: economic opportunities for Indigenous groups; the promotion of self-determination; Cross-cultural exchanges; Preservation of the elements of traditional culture; Protected area resource management -- Issues concerning the development of Indigenous tourism enterprises: the "real" demand for Indigenous tourism; Low tourism market profile; Competition from eco/nature-based tourism; Lack of skills, qualifications and business knowledge; Cultural factors; Lack of control, ownership and intellectual property; Administration of government programs and assistance; Lack of available finance; Problems relating to any small and remote business -- Indigenous cultural tourism and sustainability; Measure of success: what is a successful Indigenous tourism business -- The mining industry in Northern Australia: mining in northern Australia; Australian mining and Indigenous relations The broader context: mining infrastructure; Mine sites as tourism attractions; Further synergy opportunities -- Considerations relating to proximal national parks and/or world heritage areas: the conjunction of a national park and/or world heritage area, a significant mine operation, and Aboriginal lands and communities: Aboriginal involvement; Impacts; the partnership literature and experience; Protected area management perspectives; Management and planning legislation, monitoring, guidelines, and best practice -- Comalco/Weipa case study -- Century Mine case study -- Argyle Diamond Mine case study -- Final discussion: revisiting the research questions: what natural and cultural sites/activities exist in mining areas that could attract tourism?; How has mining infrastructure been used and in what other ways can it be used by Indigenous communities for tourism activities?; Are Indigenous communities and mining companies willing to co-operate on such projects?; How might the potential for local or regional tourism develop in such a partnership?; How developed is the existing tourism industry, market and infrastructure in remote regions?; Is there sufficient demand for the type of tourism product to be offered by Indigenous communities?; What is required to ensure that communities have the capacity to provide the tourism product?; Recommendations for future action: to the mining industry; to protected area management bodies; to government; to Indigenous organisations, groups and individuals -- Appendices: further reading on protected area management and Indigenous community involvements; Further reading on the Century Mine case study
Control code
000040509729
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
x, 90 p.
Isbn
9781920704940
Other physical details
ill. maps

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