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Title: Cultural landscapes of a tourism destination: South Australia's Barossa Valley. [abstract].
Authors: Leader-Elliott, Lynette Frances
Keywords: Tourism research
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: Alternative ways in which the cultural landscape of South Australia’s Barossa Valley is represented are examined briefly to demonstrate the difference in cultural landscape representations in recent tourism marketing print materials of the region, and in a large-scale textile artwork completed by a group of thirty nine Barossa women in 1999. The paper will compare cultural landscape elements included in this piece of community art work with the types of images included in recent tourism promotional material for the Barossa region.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1569
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