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Aboriginal tourism is an important part of the State Government’s strategy to increase the value of tourism in WA to $12 billion by 2020.

Providing every visitor to the State with the opportunity to enjoy an authentic Aboriginal experience during their stay in WA is an integral component of the strategy.

Aboriginal tourism helps protect and preserve traditional culture and encourage communities to become economically viable by providing employment and income.

Tourism WA is currently supporting two initiatives to help grow Aboriginal tourism in Western Australia - ​the Aboriginal Tourism Development Program 2015-2018 and Camping with Custodians.

Camping with Custodians 

Camping with Custodians provides commercial camping opportunities on Western Australian Aboriginal lands.

Aboriginal Tourism Development Program 

The program aims to grow Aboriginal tourism in Western Australia.

Last Reviewed: 2017-07-24