On completing her honours on the cultural use of national parks in Australia and Argentina, Lynnaire moved to the United States as Information Specialist for the International Ecotourism Tourism Society in the lead up to the 2002 United Nations International Year of Ecotourism. She later returned to Australia to facilitate Ecotourism Australia’s Cairns Charter on Public Private Partnerships for Ecotourism, Australia’s contribution to the International Year of Ecotourism, and produce poverty alleviation indicators for tourism on behalf of the World Tourism Organization. After some time as a consultant she embarked on her PhD and lived in Mexico examining the socio-cultural response of unauthorised Mexican migrants to changing United States border policies. She has taught at several educational institutions before joining the University of Wollongong in 2009.
Employee engagement with a corporate physical activity program: the global corporate challenge (with Pascal Scherrer, Ruth Sibson, Maria Ryan, and Nadine Henley), ERA (2010)
Employee Engagement with a Corporate Physical Activity Program: the Global Corporate Challenge (with Pascal Scherrer, Ruth Sibson, Maria Ryan, and Nadine Henley), ECU Publications (2010)
Employers engage with corporate physical activity programs to foster employee wellbeing with a view to...
Is physical activity leisure or work? Exploring the leisure-tourism-physical activity relationship with holidaymakers on Rottnest Island (with Ruth Sibson, Pascal Scherrer, Maria M. Ryan, and Nadine Henley), Annals of Leisure Research (2010)
To help overcome preventable health problems in the developed world, the 'active living' concept seeks...
Is Physical Activity Leisure or Work? Exploring the leisure-tourism-physical activity relationship with holidaymakers on Rottnest Island, Western Australia (with Ruth Sibson, Pascal Scherrer, Maria Ryan, and Nadine Henley), ERA (2010)
Expanding the destination image: wine tourism in the Canary Islands (with Pascal Scherrer and Abel Alonso), ECU Publications (2009)
Contributions to Books
Marketing wine and wine tourism in the ‘fortunate islands': case study (with Abel Duarte Alonso and Pascal Scherrer), Entrepreneurship and small business management in the hospitality industry (2009)
“I think it is fun because of where you are‟: people's experiences of physical activity on Rottnest Island, WA (with Ruth Sibson, Maria Ryan, Pascal Scherrer, Justine Nagorski, Nadine Henley, and Raguragavan Ganeshasundaram), Conference Program and Abstracts: 8th Biennial ANZALS Conference - Leisure is the key: Unlocking people and communities (2008)
Many holiday destinations provide people with different social, cultural and natural environments that promote opportunities...
Global corporate challenge qualitative research project: the effect of a workplace team initiative on participants' motivation to sustain a physical activity program (with Nadine Henley, Pascal Scherrer, Ruth Sibson, Susanne Bahn, Maria Ryan, and Raguragavan Ganeshasundaram), Edith Cowan University (2008)
Physical inactivity is one of the major contributors to ill health and, hence, productivity costs...