Indigenous tourism experts share the Kimberley with Europe
Written on the 26 March 2016Australia's Indigenous tourism provides fascinating insights into the life, art and history of one of the world's longest-surviving cultures.
Now a select group of Indigenous tourism experts has travelled to Europe to encourage more international visitors to experience Aboriginal cultural and heritage activities as part of their visit Down Under.
Currently, 14 per cent of international visitors to Australia take part in an Indigenous experience as part of their visit.
Image: Brian Lee from Hunters Creek Tagalong Tours holds a fish with visitors to the Kimberley region. (Hunters Creek)
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