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Booderee: World class conservation of Cultural Heritage

Booderee: World class conservation of Cultural Heritage

Australia’s own Booderee National Park on the South Coast NSW took out a global responsible tourism award in London on 10 November 2010.

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Australia’s red centre

Australia’s red centre

Encompassing the World Heritage-listed red rock monolith of Uluru and the mysterious shapes of Kata Tjuta and Uluru, the traditional custodians of this land are the Anangu people.

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One Track for All – Ulladulla NSW

One Track for All – Ulladulla NSW

Telling the story of the southern Shoalhaven Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history, from an Aboriginal prospective.

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Alice Springs

Alice Springs

The local Aboriginal tribe is the Arrente and they have lived in the area for over 20,000 years, there is much to discover learn from the Aboriginal culture.

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Goulburn’s Indigenous Heritage

In Goulburn NSW, the plains and Wollondilly River provided native game and fish for a number of the traditional aboriginal peoples including: Mulwaree, Tarlo, Burra Burra, Wollondilly, Wiradjuri, Gundungurra, Dharrook. The Goulburn region was known as a meeting place for all groups, it wasn’t inhabited by just one group of people.

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Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is one of the most spectacular locations on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is home to a flourishing diversity of native plants and animals and is famous for its dolphin population as well as being a regular haven for a number of species of whales.

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Montague Island

Montague Island

Experience Montague Island, a stunning nature reserve located on New South Wales’ south coast, nine kilometres offshore from the small coastal township of Narooma.

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