Tourism demands on the rise as 12 Apostles fall away

  • Joseph Cheer

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    Joseph Cheer, of the Nationa­l Centre for Australian Studies at Monash University, is working with Mr. McInerney to study international and domestic tourists’ perceptions of the Great Ocean Road. His draft study has found that for most participants, the expectations were much higher than the experience delivered. “We know that part of Victoria is the most heavily visit­ed part of Victoria, yet infrastructure in place is really quite deficient,” says Mr. Cheer.

    Period22 Apr 2017

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    • TitleTourism demands on the rise as 12 Apostles fall away
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletThe Australian
      Media typePrint
      CountryAustralia
      Date22/04/17
      DescriptionJoseph Cheer, of the National Centre for Australian Studies at Monash University, is working with Mr. McInerney to study international and domestic tourists’ perceptions of the Great Ocean Road. His draft study has found that for most participants, the expectations were much higher than the experience delivered. “We know that part of Victoria is the most heavily visited part of Victoria, yet infrastructure in place is really quite deficient,” says Mr. Cheer.
      URLwww.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/tourism-demands-on-the-rise-as-12-apostles-fall-away/news-story/afe238a6a5589e433adcb9cbef995137
      PersonsJoseph Cheer