Welcome to the Centre for Tourism, Leisure and Work
The Centre for Tourism, Leisure and Work (CTLW) is a Southern Cross University Research Centre hosted by the University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Incorporating research and extension in the areas of tourism, exercise science and leisure and the economic driver of work, CLTW has a focus on planning, policy, management for tourism, sport, leisure and organisations in regions.
The aim of the CTLW is to:
- promote community connections and development
- contribute to social and economic development for regions
- foster innovation in research and practice.
Networked into the global research community and working in collaboration with a range of stakeholders, the CTLW aims to produce regionally, nationally and internationally relevant research with practical applications.
The CTLW is committed to bringing together strong, interdisciplinary research teams and building lasting partnerships with local, regional and national stakeholders from industry, government and community sectors.
For more information on how CTLW can help provide problem-based lifestyle, community, social and economic development research solutions contact us here.
Latest News & Events
Call for abstract and submissions from Ph.D. candidates, DBA, and other HRD students
Ph.D. candidates, DBA, and HRD students are invited to submit abstracts about their research where they will be given the opportunity to present at the main conference.
Doctoral Workshop – Wednesday 5th of June 2013
Wednesday 5th of June 2013 from 1 pm to 4pm at the The Hotel School Sydney 117 Macquarie St. Sydney NSW 2000
Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict
Applications open to the Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict in Boston, USA between 16-22 June 2013.
A life devoted to Liberation
West Papuan Independence Leader, Benny Wenda, was a guest of CTLW during his recent visit to the Gold Coast.
The Starving Artists Research Project
Arts Northern Rivers have published an article by Ben Far-Wharton, CTLW project co-ordinator and PhD student.
Searching for regional resilience during austerity
The 2011-2012 State of the Regions report states that inequality between regions has been growing for the past five years and the evidence-to-date points to ....
Call for contributions
Workshop on 'The New Public Governance: the state of the art and new directions'
Institute of Public Policy and Economics at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, 24-25 October 2013