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Community heritage interpretation games: A case study from Angaston, South Australia
The residents of Angaston in South Australia, have worked on interpreting their town’s history since the early 1990s. Heritage walks brochures and interpretive plaques attracted, and continue to attract, steady interest ...
Indigenous Cultural Tourism as part of the Birdsville/Strezlecki experience.
This paper examines some issues relating to inclusion of Australian Indigenous cultural heritage in a recent heritage tourism study carried out along the Birdsville and Strzelecki Tracks in South Australia and Queensland. ...
"Holiday Business: Tourism in Australia since 1870" by Jim Davidson and Peter Spearritt [review]
(Historical Society of South Australia, 2001)
Tourism, as "Holiday Business" claims ‘is one of Australia’s biggest, most important and most interesting industries’. Davidson and Spearritt aim to ‘draw attention to the broad trends and meanings in tourism’ using a ...
Changing Heritage, Changing Values, Memories of Two World Wars in the Barossa Valley
(School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Urban Design, University of Adelaide, 2002)
The concept of cultural heritage has changed significantly since the 1970s, when the first formal systems for registering and protecting heritage places were set up at national and state level in Australia. It has expanded ...
Community Building in Regional Australia: the Creative Volunteering Training Program.
(Queensland Department of Main Roads, 2005-12)
1. Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2. Regional Arts Australia, Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Many of the community organisations that sustain cultural life in regional Australia are ...
Heritage, Tourism and Integrity – Making it Work
This paper examines some of the issues that arise when heritage and tourism intersect, and briefly discusses two recent Australian projects which take different approaches but which both offer guidelines for achieving the ...