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Building connections:. Bones – bricks – boulders and bitumen. Tanya Lehmann PhD Student Flinders University South Australia [email protected] Setting the scene. Extension of the Yurrebilla Trail feasibility report Cultural tourism focus What became of the research

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Building connections:

Bones – bricks – boulders and bitumen

Tanya Lehmann

PhD Student Flinders University

South Australia

[email protected]


Setting the scene
Setting the scene

  • Extension of the Yurrebilla Trail feasibility report

  • Cultural tourism focus

  • What became of the research

  • Reflection three years later


  • Cultural Tourism

  • Like ‘culture’ difficult to define

  • People places and artifacts

  • Includes fairs, museums, galleries, restaurants, theatres, gardens, and craft shops

  • High and popular

  • Niche but an important sector of the tourism industry


  • Interpretation

  • Found at eco/cultural attractions

  • A form of communication

  • Used to inform, excite, create interest, modify behaviour ....

  • Stand alone, connected to an object or part of a trail

  • Information vs interpretation


Yurrebilla trail located on the traditional lands of the kaurna people
Yurrebilla Trail –located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people

  • 12 km from Adelaide

  • Belair National Park to Black Hill Conservation Park

  • an interpretative bushwalking trail through the Adelaide Hills.

  • a Class 3 (Australian Standard) National Trail, marketed and managed to international standard. Parts AS4 due to gradient

  • Trail is about 54 km long (3 day walk)

  • part of the Trail SA network


  • connects directly with the Heysen Trail

    Divided into five sections

    • Belair Railway Station to Eagle on the Hill

    • Eagle on the Hill to Summertown

    • Summertown to Norton Summit

    • Norton Summit to Morialta

    • Morialta to River Torrens


With cultural tourism and interpretation in mind the Yurrebilla Trail Feasibility Report was ‘attacked’.

  • Methodology:

  • Feasibility report ‘tested’

  • Walked the trail

  • Built on existing ideas and developed more

  • Heavy focus on inventory of what facilities currently exist

  • Incorporating the trail into local, state and federal tourism plans

  • Historic research

AND

perhaps surprisingly, to get people off the trail


Alice in wonderland
Alice in Wonderland Yurrebilla Trail Feasibility Report was ‘attacked’.

Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Illustrated by Michelle Wiggins, William Collins, Sydney (1983) p.19.

Corridor choices….


The Yurrebilla Trail is a marked trail with its own interpretation BUTThere are also many attractions and facilities off the trail which can increase the attractiveness of the Yurrebilla TrailCultural Corridors are not an entirely new concept

Choose your own adventure…


Extending the Legend interpretation

The Yurrebilla Trail (YT) links

many tourism opportunities in the Adelaide Hills including wineries, cafes, restaurants, galleries , hotels and B&Bs. These links are referred to as ‘cultural corridors’.


  • Positive aspects interpretation

  • Making the most of what already exists, infrastructure such as Crafers Park n’ Ride, public toilets, public library

  • Builds on what is already being promoted

  • Fits with marketing plans local, state and federal

  • Financial benefits, economic impact, simulate investment

  • Integrated not enclave

  • Increase in local pride

  • Authentic experience


A few concerns interpretation

  • Lack of control

  • Quality

  • Opening times

  • Closing times

  • Recommendations

  • Carrying capacity

  • Integrated with the community

  • Closure

  • Transport

  • ‘Tourist town’ aesthetics


Culture corridor mt lofty summit example
Culture Corridor interpretation – Mt Lofty Summit example

Diversity in European settlement:

Copper, Gold and Real People.

Cultural Clusters within the Cultural Corridor

  • Mt Lofty

  • Crafers

  • Stirling

  • Aldgate and beyond, Bridgewater and Hahndorf


Mt Lofty Summit interpretation

Cleland Wildlife Park, bus stop, Flinders Column, café/ restaurant, public toilets, information centre, souvenirs, car park, TV aerials, Mt Lofty Golf Course, ghosts? and historic buildings, St Michaels.


Crafers interpretation

Park n’ ride

Historic Hotel

Café

Historic Church

Post Office

Deli

Petrol Station

Physiotherapist

Accommodation

Mt Lofty Botanic Gardens


Stirling interpretation

Banks

Shopping centres

Library/ internet

Doctor/ hospital

Chemist

Public transport

Accommodation

Mt Lofty and Districts Historical Society collection and walks

Council

‘Boutique shops’ book shops/ galleries

Police station

Linear Park


Aldgate
Aldgate interpretation

Note the name

The Hut, community info/ internet

Supermarket

Historic Pub

Stangate House

Café/ restaurants

Chemist

Doctors

‘Gourmet foods’ Bakery/ butchers

Hardware shop

Florist


Hans Heysen The Cedars interpretation

Belair and Hahndorf

Colebrook


Cultural tourism, interpretation, cultural corridors interpretation

and the YT

  • direct people to places of interest, without removing the discovery aspect

  • encourages people to linger longer

  • highlights facilities and attractions

  • broadens the appeal of the trail by value adding

  • 80 page interpretive guide being produced with information about services close to the trail

  • packages developed with tour operators and accommodation providers


Title of the session should have become evident interpretation

Building connections – between the YT and the corridors

In the corridors ‘trailers’ will find

Bones – the living and past culture of the place – people

Bricks – built heritage – churches and houses

Boulders– the natural environment – native flora and fauna

Bitumen– roads – connecting the trail to the corridors


Points to conclude… interpretation

It is sometimes advisable to leave a designated track

Multiple corridors

Multiple appeal


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