Indigenous tourism in Victoria: products, markets, and futures
journal contributionposted on 08.06.2017, 05:57 by Clark, Ian D., Larrieu, Louise
The purpose of this paper is to present a review of indigenous tourism in Victoria, in particular examining product, markets, and issues confronting indigenous tourism. A discussion of the key issues in the literature will ensue. The term 'indigenous tourism' will be defined, and a brief history of Aboriginal tourism in Victoria will be presented. The applicability of the Uluru model of hand over and lease back arrangements concerning National Parks and other publicly owned lands will also be considered.