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Leggo, R. (2000). A study of dynamics of tourism business networks within major tourism destination. In: G. Lafferty and K. Abbey, Second Annual Research Colloquium 2000 Abstracts. Second Annual Research Colloquium 2000, Brisbane, Australia, (14-14). 13-14 July 2000. 235  
Kininmont, L. (1996). Australia - A backpacker haven?. In: Research Conference Proceedings. Univesity of Queensland Gatton College Fourth Annual Conf, UQ - Gatton, (114-114). 7 Oct 96. 55  
Summers, J. and McColl-Kennedy, J. R. (1998) Australia as a holiday destination: Young Americans' vs young Chinese Malaysians' decision making. Journal of Hospitality and Leisure Marketing, 5 4: 33-55. 400  
Lewis, J. M. J. (2001) Australian internet tourism research sites - A review. International Journal of Tourism Research, 3 1: 67-71. 63  
Reid, S. L., Slaughter, L. and Prideaux, B. R. (2002). Coastal Cruising: Targeting the Backpacker Market in the Whitsunday Region, Australia. In: Tourism and Hospitality on the Edge Proceedings of the 2002 CAUTHE Conference. CAUTHE 2002, Perth, Australia, (41-59). 6-9 February 2002. 107  
Marzano, G. and Scott, N. R. (2006). Consistency in Destination Branding: The Impact of Events. In: Dr C. Arcodia, Global Events Congress and Event Educators Forum. Global Events Congress and Event Educators Forum, Brisbane, Australia, (196-205). 27-29 September, 2006. 1257 2991
Scott, N R and Marzano, G. (2006). Destination Branding: Conceptualization of collaboration within a problem domain. In: C Michael Hall, ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil. Atlas-Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil, Dunedin, New Zealand, (1-20). 03-05 Dec 2006. 84  
Kao, Martin Chung, Scott, Noel, Patterson, Ian and Li, Chung-Kai Kary (2006). Destination satisfaction of group package tourists. In: M. Hall, ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil. ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ, (62-63). 3-6 December, 2006. 84  
Prideaux, B. (1999) Korean inbound tourism to Australia - A study of supply-side deficencies. Journal of Vacation Marketing, 5 1: 66-81. doi:10.1177/135676679900500106 62   Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Campiranon, Kom (2005). Managing Reputation in Event Planning Companies. In: Allen, J., The Impacts of Events - Events Management Research Conference. Event Management Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 13-14 July, 2005. 663 4262
Andreu, L., Bigne, J. E. and Cooper, C. P. (2000) Projected and perceived image of Spain as a tourist destination for British Travellers. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 9 4: 47-67. doi:10.1300/J073v09n04_03 459   0
Lewis, J. M. J. (2001). Royal Automobile Club of Queensland Star Ratings of Hotels - a marketing tool or a waste of money? Master's Thesis, School of Tourism, The University of Queensland. 90  
Butcher, K., Sparks, B., Pan, G. and McColl-Kennedy, J. R. Service quality enhancement: Identification, development and evaluation of tools for small to medium tourism industries. Edited by C. Cooper, T. De Lacy and L. Jago Griffith University: Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, 2007. 77  
Kininmont, L. (1998). The right mix: Infrastructure for backpackers in Australia. In: B. Faulkner, C. Tidswell and D. Weaver, Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research. Eight Australian Tourism & Hospitality Research Conference, Gold Coast, (366-366). 11-14 Feb 1998. 65  
Prideaux, B. R., Wei, S. and Ruys, H. (2001) The senior drive tour market in Australia. Journal of Vacation Marketing, 7 3: 209-219. 70  
Prideaux, B. and Kininmont, L. (1999) Tourism and heritage are not strangers: A study of opportunities for rural heritage museums to maximize tourism visitation. Journal of Travel Research, 37 3: 299-303. 98  
Kininmont, L. (1995). Tourism - An opportunity not to be missed by rural heritage museums. In: Reaearch Conference Proceedings. The University of Queensland Gatton College Third Annual Conference, The University of Queensland, Gatton, (45-45). 4 Oct 1995. 25  
Kininmont, L. (1996). Tourism - An opportunity not to be missed by rural museums. In: Working Papers. Australian Tourism & Hospitality Research Conference, Coff's Harbour, (47-47). 6 - Feb 1996. 22  
Campiranon, Kom (2006). Understanding Crisis Vulnerability of the MICE Sector: A Case Study of Thailand. In: C. Arcodia and Dr M. Whitford, Global Events Conference and Event Educators Forum. Global Events Congress, Brisbane, Australia, (58-65). 27-29 September, 2006. 922 4021