Indigenous community lets tourists in on newly won Australian homeland. It took the Olkola 30 years to win rights to their land in north Queensland, but instead of mining, they will open it to visitors. An Indigenous group who won a huge land title claim is partnering with a commercial tourism operator to bring visitors to its region.
- Travel News
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