The Business of Trails (Australia)

An Australian Example

The Western Australian Munda Biddi Trail


Speaker: Kerstin Stender, Trails Coordinator and Student - Master in Tourism Management, Department of Environment and Conservation and Edith Cowan University

This workshop will showcase the Western Australian Munda Biddi Trail, a long distance bush cycling experience, as an example of a trail management business model, with a particular focus on financial sustainability. Additionally, an overview of international trail management business models will be provided and discussed.

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