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The St. James walkway study
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1989-09)
Prior to the opening of the St James Walkway in 1981, David Simmons of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism at Lincoln College, proposed a five year research programme to the New Zealand Walkways Commission. ...
Garden tourism and its potential organization in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, 1994-05)
This paper had its origin as a final year tourism research report at Lincoln University. In it we briefly review the concept of garden tourism which includes garden tours, garden festivals and special events, and the ...
An agent-based model of tourist movements in New Zealand: implications for spatial yield
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, 2011-12)
Tourism is New Zealand’s fourth largest industry, providing jobs for thousands of New Zealanders and significant foreign capital for the nation’s economy. Of concern to ministry and industry decision makers is the “spatial ...