Aboriginal owned tourism under cut by Government initiative

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For six years, New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Services have run Discovery programs, aimed at increasing tourism and appreciation for national parks across the state.

But, independent Aboriginal tourism operators have criticised the programs saying that they are unable to compete with the not-for-profit government programs.

Paakantyi man, Graham Clarke, of Harry Nanya tours in the Mungo National park says the government-run tours undermine Aboriginal self-determination.

 

 

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