From art trails to culture tours, Indigenous-led tourism in Broome and the surrounding area in Western Australia could help to promote reconciliation
Angela Bell expected her two-week tour of the outback Kimberley region in Western Australia would give her a rich cultural experience, given Aboriginal history in the region dates back at least 40,000 years.
The 28-year-old communications manager paid $10,000 for a high-end trip through a reputable and well-known tour company. But she was left disappointed when it came to the Aboriginal history provided by her tour guide, who was not Indigenous.
Source: The Guardian