Australia ICOMOS National Committee on Cultural Tourism

The Australia ICOMOS National Committee on Cultural Tourism would like to hear from all members interested in joining the Committee. Prospective Committee members should be interested in taking an active part in defining and developing the Committee’s direction and work. Suggestions for consideration include preparing a strategic plan, building robust linkages with the National Tourism and Heritage Taskforce and university and government tourism research, operationalising the ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Charter and contributing to discussion regarding cultural tourism nationally.

Members wishing to nominate themselves should forward an Expression of Interest highlighting areas of relevant skills and experience by Monday 29th September 2003, to Sharon Veale, Research Historian, NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, PO Box 1967, Hurstville NSW 2220, or via fax on 02 9585 6582, or email at sharon.veale@npws.nsw.gov.au

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