Gaelle is a final-year PhD candidate at the Institute for Sustainable Industries & Liveable Cities (ISILC). She has been awarded a scholarship by Victoria University and the Australian Geothermal Association (AGA) with the support of hot springs across Australia.

Originally from Mauritius Island, Gaelle moved to Melbourne in 2017 to pursue her Master in Business in Tourism and Destination Management at Victoria University. Throughout her studies, she developed a passion for the wellness industry, responsible tourism and sustainability but most particularly for the hot springs.

Her research focuses on the importance of the Australian hot springs industry and its impact on the community, environment and the economy in regional development.

Gaelle can assist with:

  • quantitative and qualitative research design
  • statistics and qualitative data analysis such as NVivo and SPSS
  • QUEST - Ethics applications
  • candidature research proposal applications
  • university library research databases
  • reference management – EndNote
  • survey generating program – Qualtrics
  • URKUND plagiarism reporting
  • document/chapter/thesis formatting and professional PowerPoint design
  • university policies and procedures.



Contact details

Gaelle is available for online appointments only. Book an appointment with Gaelle.

The Research Ambassadors provide support via online appointments throughout the year, except on Victorian public holidays or University closures. Bookings are essential. Book an appointment with a Research Ambassador.