Sharing the park: Anangu initiatives in Ayers Rock tourism : a tourism impact study carried out
Institute for Aboriginal Development, Aug 1, 1991 - Social Science - 175 pages
A study of the impact of tourism, commissioned by the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, which examines the effects on the Uluru region and nearby Aboriginal communities. The report also advises the Mutitjulu community on dealing with the economic benefits from their joint management of the park. An index is included, as are appendices of questionnaires and statistics on the production of artefacts.
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Aboriginal communities Aboriginal interests adult Alice Springs Anangu culture Anangu interests ANPWS ARAC artefacts Arts and Crafts Australian National Parks average Ayers Rock benefits bush tucker cash income CCNT census period central Australia Central Land Council coach captains commercial Committee Commonwealth craft camp cultural centre Docker River economic employed employment enterprises environmental Ernabella estimated European film houses hunting Imanpa Ininti Store involved Kata Tjuta Kings Canyon kiosk Lake Amadeus Lasseter Highway lease Maruku Arts Maruku craft ment Mount Ebenezer Mount Olga munity Mutitjulu Community non-Anangu Northern Territory November Ovington Park management Parks and Wildlife photography Pitjantjatjara Council Plan of Management population producers proportion Ranger Station region Reserves Board respondents road staff survey Table Territory Government tion tourist industry tourist interest traditional owners Uluru National Park visitors Warren Snowdon Yulara Yulara Corporation