This important conference is likely to be a big one, involving universities, tour operators, ecolodges, zoos, national parks, NGOs, local government and others
It will probably be held in Brisbane in late June 2020, at Nathan campus (“the university in a forest”) but please stay tuned for further details.
Accommodation is a 10-minute bush-walk away or a 25-minute bus ride to the city.
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Innovation and diversity in wildlife tourism for economic growth and conservation in regional areas
Wildlife/human interactions (positive and negative): enhancing the positive and mitigating the negative
The forgotten wildlife: tourism involving reptiles, frogs, fish, invertebrates and the lesser-known mammals and birds
Visitor education for appreciation and understanding of wildlife: making it entertaining, memorable and meaningful
Citizen science and conservation volunteering in wildlife tourism
Wildlife tourism in Asia and the Pacific
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