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The spin-offs of TV drama shows on tourism will be explored as part of a new study by Flinders University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Popular films and TV shows are inspiring audiences to visit their sets and even re-enact their favourite scenes.
The true value of the 2013 Adelaide Festival to the community and the state will be studied by a team of international experts led by Flinders University.
Dr Steve Brown, Head of Tourism at Flinders, has been given an award for his lifetime career contributions to event management at the 2012 Community Achievement Awards.
Dr Steve Brown, Head of the Department of Tourism at Flinders, has been appointed to the Board of the Adelaide Festival Corporation.
Where does McLaren Vale begin and the Willunga Basin end? The answer is not as obvious as you might think.
Flinders University Tourism won the Tourism Education and Training category in Friday’s 2011 South Australian Tourism Awards.