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New Zealand has an opportunity to tap into Australia’s outbound Asian market as it looks to plug the estimated $500m gap left by the coronavirus, according to tourism academic Dr David Beirman.
Kāpiti Island Nature Tours founder John Barrett has called on the tourism industry to take immediate action to correct the current “gross mistreatment and abuse” of the environment.
Attempts to boost dispersal are being hampered by global trends, says a new study.
Kapiti Island Nature Tours founder, John Barrett, is among speakers who will address the theme for this year’s conference, 20:20 Vision: New Perspectives on the diversity of Hospitality, Tourism and Events.
This year’s Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) conference in Dunedin was both inspiring and worrying in equal measure.
A ground breaking tourist-tracking app developed by the University of Tasmania is set to be licensed in what could be the first of many commercial deals.
A “black hole” in knowing where tourists were and what they are doing could have had devastating consequences if Kaikoura’s earthquake had taken place during the day, according to Lincoln University’s David Simmons.
Tourism’s current focus on short term profits, its low margins and low wages will drive commodification and irresponsibility, according to Professor Pauline Sheldon.
More than 250 tourism academics from around the world have descended on Dunedin for this year’s Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education conference.