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Sim, Jean C., Hudson, Brian J., O'Hare, Daniel J., Armstrong, Helen B., Baker, Walter, & Hayes, Lincoln T. (2001) Report 2: Thematic Study of the Cultural Landscape of Queensland. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains Series. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
O'Hare, Danny J., Adkins, Barbara A., Avery, Tracey, & Laurens, Susan (2001) Report 3: Contests and Management Issues. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains Series. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
Armstrong, Helen B., Seto, Jan M., & O'Hare, Danny J. (2001) Report 4: Reports of the Case Studies. Investigating Queensland's Cultural Landscapes: Contested Terrains. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, QUT, Brisbane.
O'Hare, Daniel J. (2006) Mobilising myths in paradise: the planning and development of Noosa as 'not another Gold Coast'. In Childs, Iraphne R. & Hudson, Brian J. (Eds.) Queensland : geographical perspectives. Royal Geographical Society of Queensland, Australia, Queensland, Brisbane, pp. 91-109.
O'Hare, Daniel J. (2001) South Brisbane Case Study. In Sim, Jeannie C. & Armstrong, Helen B. (Eds.) Reports of the Case Studies:. Cultural Landscape Research Unit, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD., pp. 101-133.
O'Hare, Daniel J. (2003) Inner-urban sustainability: A case study of the South Brisbane peninsula. In International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 19th -21st November, Brisbane, Australia.
O'Hare, Daniel J. (2001) Articulating the Heritage Tourism Resource in Coastal Towns: a Case Study of Noosa. In Heritage Economics: Challenges for heritage conservation and sustainable development in the 21st Century, 4 July, Australian National University, Canberra.
Kennedy, Rosemary J., O'Hare, Danny, Bajracharya, Bhishna N., & Miller, Anne E. (2004) Incentives for Innovative Sustainable Development through Statutory Planning and Development regulation in a Subtropical Climate.