Tourism with integrity

This is one of the original resources transferred recently from the Collections Australia Network (CAN). It outlines best practice strategies for cultural and heritage organisations in the tourism industry. Users should take note that while the information contained within this resource is valid, contact details for participating organisations may not be correct.

The Ministry for the Arts, Attorney-General’s Department is the custodian and copyright holder of Tourism with integrity and all enquiries about this publication should be directed to: collectionsdevelopment@arts.gov.au 

The resource itself explores how cultural and heritage organisations wanting to observe cultural and heritage principles can build visitor numbers and work with the tourism industry. Tourism with integrity is an invaluable tool for organisations to assess their own performance and set priorities for improvement. The process works equally well for organisations run by volunteers, paid staff or a combination of both.

 

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