Submission: Wheels on Fire

Dennis Puniard submitted his PhD thesis for examination on Thursday. The title of his thesis is: The Role of the Internet and Online Technologies in Destination Choice for Australian Cycle Tourists. This is the third PhD to be submitted for examination since the establishment of the National Institute of Sport Studies at the University of … Continue reading Submission: Wheels on Fire

#5ACTC Day 1 Morning Session 1

The University of Canberra is hosting a Cycle Tourism Conference and Rail Trail Symposium today and on Friday. Dennis Puniard,¬†Stephen Parker and Lawrence Pratchett welcomed delegates to the campus and the conference. After their welcomes the conference started with two keynote addresses by Matt Lamont and Chris Bull. Matt is one of a small number … Continue reading #5ACTC Day 1 Morning Session 1

Cycle Tourism Conference and Rail Trail Symposium

The University of Canberra is hosting a Cycle Tourism Conference and Rail Trail Symposium on 2 and 3 February 2012. Both events are being organised by Dennis Puniard. The Tourism Conference takes place over two days and the Rail Trail Symposium on 3 February. At the Tourism Conference there will be: Four Keynote Addresses Matt … Continue reading Cycle Tourism Conference and Rail Trail Symposium