From the turnaround to the backlash: tourism and rural change in the Shire of Denmark, Western Australia
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The slow, problematic and frequently unsuccessful development of the timber, agricultural and fishing industries in the Denmark area in the early part of the century is contrasted with the rapid postwar growth of tourism and other economic activities. The planning conflicts and problems stemming from this change in the district's economic and demographic fortunes are then considered.
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Selwood, John and Curry, George and Jones, Roy (1996) From the turnaround to the backlash: tourism and rural change in the Shire of Denmark, Western Australia, Urban Policy and Research 14(3):215-225.
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