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The public’s knowledge of their access rights for outdoor recreation: a survey of Christchurch residents
(Lincoln University. Human Sciences Division., 2001-02)
This study examines the public's views of their access rights to the New Zealand countryside for outdoor recreation. A questionnaire survey of 300 Christchurch residents was conducted in December 2000/ January 2001 to ...
Looking back at Te Tāpoitanga Māori: overview of a participatory research programme on rural Māori tourism development
(Manaaki Whenua Press, 2009)
The objectives of this research are: To understand tourist interest in Māori cultural tourism products, and To learn about working through the challenges that rural Māori have in developing tourism businesses. Demand for ...
Tourism, biosecurity and pathways into New Zealand: Identifying risk and mitigation strategies. Report on visitor hotspot data mapping
(Lincoln University, 2018-11)
This report describes the mapping and analysis of tourist itinerary data to identify visitor hotspots on nights/days one to seven of visits to New Zealand. Two data sets – describing sample data collected via the International ...