Heysen Trail advocate Richard Trembath

In Attractions, Australian Cultural Exports, Australian Domestic Tourism, Editorial, National Headlines, Podcast, South Australia

Richard Trembath is the President of the Friends of The Heysen Trail, a not-for-profit association that works in the interests of South Australia’s 1200- kilometre long Heysen Trail.

As a consultant, Richard has advised tourism bodies and corporations on large-scale tourism research.

In this podcast, Richard Trembath talks about the need for small tourism operators to identify where they want themselves to be positioned – in their personal lives and in the tourism industry.

Click here to go to the Greenhill Research and Planning site. This links to a page with reports on;

South Australian Visitor Information Centre Research: 2011

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Health Tourism In Australia: Supply, Demand and Opportunities
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Destination Salience: A model of consideration and choice for Australian holiday travel South Australian
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Backpacker Travellers in South Australia
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The Tourism News spoke to Richard Trembath in October 2013.

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