Tourism planning and development [videorecording] : a case study in sustainability.
Contributor(s): Lovitt, Zane | Garner, Simon | Brocklebank, Amanda | Video Education Australasia.Publisher: Bendigo, Vic. : VEA, 2007Description: 1 videodisc (23 min.) ; sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Tourism -- PlanningDDC classification: 338.4791
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Director, Zane Lovitt, Writer, Simon Garner.
Voiceover, Amanda Brocklebank.
"The development of tourism can have massive environmental, social and economic impacts. To be successful and sustainable, extensive planning is needed. In this program we examine the careful co-operation and co-ordination between both the public and private sectors, and the involvement of the local community, which is required to achieve a successful and enduring development. An engrossing, well-illustrated and current examination of the issues vital to this powerful industry, this program builds on the knowledge students will have gained in the program "Where the Bloody Hell Are You? - An Introduction to Tourism" -- container.