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Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips

Author : Lonely Planet
ISBN : 1743609426
Genre : Travel
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3 road trips covering Tasmania, including Tamar Valley and West Coast Destination coverage of towns along the routes of the trips Covers Hobart, Launceston, the Tarkine, Cradle Mountain and more

Lonely Planet Outback Australia Road Trips

Author : Lonely Planet
ISBN : 1743609442
Genre : Travel
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4 road trips covering Outback areas of Australia Destination covrage of outback NSW and Northern Territory Covers Central Australia, New South Wales, Adelaide, Darwin, Alice Springs, Uluru, the Olgas, Kings Canyon, Katherine, Coober Pedy, Bathurst, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Bourke, Cobar and more

Lonely Planet Coastal Victoria Road Trips

Author : Lonely Planet
ISBN : 9781743609897
Genre : Travel
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Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Discover the freedom of open roads with Lonely Planet Coastal Victoria Road Trips, your passport to uniquely encountering coastal Victoria by car. Featuring 4 amazing road trips, plus up-to-date advice on the destinations you'll visit along the way, experience the world-famous Great Ocean Road, Melbourne's favourite summer playgrounds and wild coastal landscapes, all with your trusted travel companion. Inside Lonely Planet Coastal Victoria Road Trips: Lavish colour and gorgeous photography throughout Itineraries and planning advice to pick the right tailored routes for your needs and interests Get around easily - easy-to-read, full-colour route maps, detailed directions Insider tips to get around like a local, avoid trouble spots and be safe on the road - local driving rules, parking, toll roads Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Useful features - including Detours, Walking Tours and Link Your Trip Covers Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula, Great Ocean Road, Torquay, Bells Beach, Twelve Apostles, Gippsland, Wilson's Promontory, Phillip Island and more The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Coastal Victoria Trips is perfect for exploring coastal Victoria via the road and discovering sights that are more accessible by car. Planning a Victoria trip sans a car? Lonely Planet Melbourne & Victoria guide, our most comprehensive guide to Victoria, is perfect for exploring both top sights and lesser-known gems, or Pocket Melbourne, a handy-sized guide focused on the city's can't-miss sights for a quick trip. There's More in Store for You: See more of Australia's spectacular countryside and have a richer, more authentic experience by exploring Australia by car with Lonely Planet's Australia's Best Trips guide or Outback Australia Road Trips or Tasmania Road Trips. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.


Author : Tony Wheeler
ISBN : 0864420404
Genre : Australia
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Now completely updated with all-new mapping, this edition of Australia features nearly 300 additional pages of detailed travel information on things to see and do.

Perth Western Australia The Outback

Author : Holly Smith
ISBN : 9781588437808
Genre : Travel
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Following is an excerpt from this extensive & highly detailed guide by a lifetime resident of Australia. The guide covers all the hotels, restaurants, sights to see and activities, from beachgoing to hiking, kayaking to exploring the Outback and the cultural attractions. AustraliaOCOs largest state takes up nearly a third of the continent, filling some 2,525,250 square kilometers with a diverse mix of extreme and wonderful landscapes. The balmy seaside capital of Perth and its thriving southern suburb of Fremantle, where 1.4 of the stateOCOs 1.8 million residents live, are spread along AustraliaOCOs southwest edge, just north of the Cape Naturaliste hook. South of here, lush river valleys and coastal parks stretch east for more than 1,620 km, while north of Perth, along the rough edge of the Indian Ocean, towns are far and few, with vast natural parklands coloring in the empty spaces between them. The countryOCOs westernmost town, Coral Bay, lies halfway up the coast, from where the land cuts back east and north toward Port Hedland and Broome. And still the state sprawls on, further northeast through the great, dry plains of the Kimberley, and south through endless expanses of gold and red desert. Within these great, barren stretches and along the coastlines, however, are hidden treasures that for the past century have fueled much of AustraliaOCOs economy. The famous goldfields, where fortune-seekers thronged in the late 1800s, surround the southern Outback city of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Mineral sands and deposits of bauxite, the source for the countryOCOs massive aluminum industry, are tucked along the stateOCOs southwest edge. Around the Kimberley, or the far northwest, natural gas is the abundant resource, tapped in enormous quantities from the Northwest Shelf. The Pilbara, along the north-central coast, has the worldOCOs most extensive iron-ore deposits. And this is all not to mention the world-famous pearls found offshore of Broome, which rack up some US$200 million in yearly exports alone, or the Argyle Diamond mine of the same region, which produces more diamonds a year than anywhere else on the planet. In short, this is a massive state where riches and resources are only just being discovered. Million-hectare cattle stations stretch far and wide; broad national parks with million-year-old natural phenomena take their places in patchwork fashion around them; and thousands of kilometers of desolate, unexplored lands fill the gaps in between. You could wander here for a year and not run into a soul if you were well-prepared, or you could skirt between desert, ocean, and river excursions. ThereOCOs plenty of history and culture surrounding every settlement, too, providing for a well-rounded adventure experience that delves deep into a very unique blend of environments. With more than 63 national parks, bushwalking is the number-one activity, followed closely by four-wheel-drive adventures. The entire state is edged by the ocean, with magnificent reefs around the center, so diving and snorkeling, boating, windsurfing, and other watersports are all possibilities. Historic cultural excursions take place in the center and the far north Aboriginal lands, while modern encounters might have you wine-tasting through the southwest Margaret River vineyards. You can cycle around the coast, rock climb and abseil in the rugged mountains, explore caves in the central region, camel trek in the desert, kayak the southern rivers, dive and snorkel along remote reefs, and surf chic Perth swells or lonely Pacific bays. The possibilities are as endless as the land, for the state is only just being chiseled into a major adventure destination, and itOCOs a place where you truly have the chance to trail-blaze, get lost, and discover something entirely new about the world - and your own character within it."

Natur Und Kulturtourismuswirtschaftliches Destinationsmanagement Am Beispiel Von Tasmanien

Author : Barbara Boron
ISBN : 9783638462587
Genre : Business & Economics
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Touristik / Tourismus, Note: 1,7, International School of Management, Standort Dortmund , Veranstaltung: Destination Iberia, 31 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Ausschlaggebend für die Entscheidung wohin die Reise gehen soll ist meist die Destination an sich, dabei werden die touristischen Angebote der Destination vom Reisenden als ein umfassendes Produkt wahrgenommen. Mit der zunehmenden Mobilität der Reisenden und den Möglichkeiten Distanzen schneller und günstiger zurückzulegen als dies noch vor einigen Jahren möglich war, man denke nur an die strukturellen Veränderungen im Flugverkehr, nimmt auch die Konkurrenz zwischen den einzelnen Destinationen zu. Sie werden durch die höhere Erreichbarkeit einerseits zwar für eine größere Anzahl von Reisenden ein potentielles Reiseziel, andererseits gibt es für die Reisenden aber auch eine größere Anzahl von erreichbaren Reisezielen, so dass die Konkurrenz zwischen den Destinationen sich verstärkt hat. Aus diesem Grunde ist es sehr wichtig, wie eine Destination sich darstellt, welche Schwerpunkte sie in der Angebotsgestaltung setzt und welche Zielgruppen angesprochen werden. LAWS (1995, 104) formuliert die Aufgabe eines Destinationsmanagers wie folgt: „attracting sufficient (...) visitors to provide the economic demand needed by all the area’s tourism businesses, and crucially, ensuring that visitors are satisfied with their experiences.” In der vorliegenden Arbeit soll auf die Thematik des Destinationsmanagements am Beispiel Tasmaniens eingegangen werden. Dabei soll vor allem der Natur- und der Kulturtourismus berücksichtigt werden. Im ersten Teil der Arbeit erfolgt ein generell gehaltener Teil über die theoretischen Hintergründe und die Aufgaben des Destinationsmanagement erfolgen. Darauf folgt ein Überblick über Tasmanien, hierbei wird - in Bezug auf die Themenwahl - das Augenmerk besonderes auf die Natur, Kultur und Geschichte Tasmaniens gerichtet. Anschließend wird das Thema Tourismus in Australien beleuchtet, wieder verstärkt mit Blick auf den Natur- und Kulturtourismus, Angebot und Nachfrage derselbigen sollen aufgezeigt werden. Die Vermarktung und Darstellung Tasmaniens und die Zielsetzung im Marketing wird ebenfalls beleuchtet und abschließend bewertet.

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