FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions.

Q. I am an Aboriginal tourism operator, how do I get my business listed on this website?
Please contact your State or Territory Tourism Organisation to discuss becoming part of the Indigenous Tourism Champions Program.
Q. I am an Aboriginal tourism operator, how do I update my listing on this website?
Please email details which require updating to enquiries.aboriginal@tourism.australia.com
Q. I would like to include Aboriginal product in my clients itinerary, how do I do this?
Please search for details of operators you would like to include on this website and contact them directly.
Q. I would like to include Aboriginal product in my trade or media familiarisation visit to Australia, how do I do this?
If you would like to participate in the International Media Hosting Program please contact your local State, Territory or Regional Tourist Office in the first instance. Tourism Australia works closely with the State and Territory Organisations to host the international media. National operators should contact the Global Public Relations team directly.
Q. I would like to provide feedback on this website
Please send an email to enquiries.aboriginal@tourism.australia.com with your feedback.
Q. I am a teacher or student and would like information to assist with my class or studies, who can help me?
Please go to our protocols section for information on protocols or contact tourism operators directly for questions about tourism products. Please note we are not able to answer questions about culture or policy on behalf of Aboriginal Australians. For general information about tourism, please refer to our Student Resources.
Q. I would like to use images from your website, can you give me permission?
You can request permission to use images owned by Tourism Australia via our Image Gallery (search for James Fisher Collection).  For any other images, you would need to seek permission directly from the tourism operators pictured.
Q. I would like to find out how I can source brochures, posters, images or videos.

In an effort to be sustainable, Tourism Australia no longer has brochures or posters available for general distribution. All travel information is now available online. To access images or video footage of Australia, please visit Tourism Australia’s Image Gallery

Please note, you will need to register in order to download images and videos. You may also like to contact the relevant State or Territory Tourism Organisation.

Q. Who can help me to plan or book an Aboriginal experience for my personal holiday?
For personal travel advice, it is best to contact your nearest Aussie Specialist travel agent.