By Brian King
This paintings experiences tropical island motels, the folks who dwell and paintings there and the travelers who stopover at them. the writer comprises, yet is going past the mainly encountered advertising and financial analyses of lodge locations, by means of studying social, cultural, legendary, environmental, organizational and political dimensions.
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An increasing liberalisation towards Aboriginal affairs at Commonwealth level was exemplified by passage of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cwlth) by the Whitlam Labor Government and passage of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 by the previously reluctant Fraser Liberal Government. More recently the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) Act 1989 (Cwlth) sought to ‘maximise participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons in the formulation and implementation of government policies that affect them’ and promoting ‘self-management and self-sufficiency’ (quoted in Bergin 1993).
The relationship of indigenous people with many of Queensland’s protected areas and other natural resource areas should be incorporated into planning and management of natural resources’ (1994:19). Whilst many of the principles espoused in the Draft Strategy are superficially appealing for the Whitsunday islands, a number of dilemmas are also evident. One may argue that the strongest competition for the Whitsundays is the Gold Coast and there is some risk that pursuing ecotourism at the expense of the existing mass market could result in a loss of competitiveness relative to the primary competition.
The Commonwealth strategy uses the following definition of ecotourism: ‘sustainable tourism focused on natural (and associated cultural) attractions which is both educational for visitors and beneficial for destination host communities’. A number of issues referred to in the Draft Ecotourism Strategy are of relevance to the Whitsundays. Firstly the State has been divided into a series of bio-geographic regions for the development of ecotourism. The Whitsundays are incorporated within the ‘Central Mackay Coast’ region, which stretches from Mackay to Bowen inclusive.
Creating Island Resorts by Brian King