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Some years before, Gunn (1988) suggested an approach that integrated perspectives derived from landscape architecture, land use and geography studies, while others have presented approaches linked to destination competitiveness (Ritchie and Crouch, 2000, 2003). An important point – lost at times in these discussions about the focus of tourism planning and policy making – is not ‘how to plan for sustainable tourism’. The real problem is in fact how tourism, just like forestry, agriculture, education or health services, can be planned and managed to contribute to sustainable communities and societies.
The RTOs related to these marketing regions have been a plank of NSW tourism policy and planning since the early 1980s. The boundary of each RTO embraces a collection of local government areas. Each region was identiﬁed by the Commission as possessing compatible geographical, historical and natural features. Regions were considered by the Commission to be the most effective and efﬁcient means to market NSW facilities, resources and attractions (Jenkins, 2000). RTOs have continued to operate in various forms across the state since that time, but there have been extensive changes in their structures, functions, operations and funding.
2010a) Tourism is considered as essentially place based and involving the production of destination identity at different scales. National, regional and local organizations are actively engaged in presenting and promoting place identity, seeking to attract tourists and to increase market share. The study examines interrelationships and connections between place identity and regional tourism planning and policy making in New South Wales. Regional tourism organizations are considered contentious.