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'Walkabout Tourism' - Is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia?

Taylor, Andrew, Carson, Dean B. and Carson, Doris (2014). 'Walkabout Tourism' - Is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia?<br />. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(8):1-12.

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Title 'Walkabout Tourism' - Is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia?
Author Taylor, Andrew
Carson, Dean B.
Carson, Doris
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2014
Issue Number 8
Start Page 1
End Page 12
Total Pages 12
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Field of Research 1603 - Demography
In light of long term declines in tourism for Outback areas, we analysed baseline data on the movements of Indigenous people to assess wheter and why people 'on the move' might be considered as a tourism market.

The study indicates the size and composition of the tourism market by calculating numbers, locations and flows between Outback, hinterland and capital city regions.
Keywords Northern Territory
Outback Australia
Indigenous tourism
Additional Notes This Research Brief is also published in - Athens Journal of Tourism, 1(4), December 2014.
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