Evolution of the backpacker market and the potential for by Philip L. Pearce, Laurie Murphy, Eric Brymer.

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In Figure 9 the circles are based on a combination of answers to questions about places that they ‘have visited’ and those that they ‘plan to visit’ so once again the intention is not to estimate actual visitation but relative popularity. Results from the survey indicate that Sydney and Melbourne were the most popular places to visit, followed by Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Byron Bay. Cairns, Whitsundays, Adelaide and Perth had high visitation rates. Townsville, Darwin, Alice Springs, Uluru, Fraser Island, Sunshine Coast had relatively strong visitation.

Respondents considered that it would be unlikely that backpacking as we know it will die, that governments will control the right to travel more, that people will have only 1or 2 big trips in their lifetime and that people will limit travel closer to home. 00 Figure 11: Perceived impacts of increasing environmental concerns (1=strongly agree to 5=strongly disagree) Backpackers were also asked what they thought would be the most appealing environmental products. 1%) (Table 25). A selection of the suggestions from 100 respondents is presented in Appendix F.

Yes but remains very niche You want to try different things. Stretch your limits and have awesome adventures and experiences you can have home Young and stupid\ Young people on holiday, that’s what its all about Young, fit travellers attracted by physical challenge Your market wants this Youth market have energy, escapism, feeling of freedom, out to impress others 53 EVOLUTION OF THE BACKPACKER MARKET AND THE POTENTIAL FOR AUSTRALIAN TOURISM Chapter 5 STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING THE EVOLUTION OF AUSTRALIAN BACKPACKING The preceding results suggest a number of actions by all communities of interest shaping the future of backpacking in Australia.

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