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Clayton Donovan Joins Cooee Traveller

Indigenous chef, Clayton Donovan, has joined Cooee Traveller to review and enhance the food and beverage offering for its clients, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Cairns and Wilpena Pound Resort in South Australia’s Ikara-Flinders Ranges.

Donovan is Australia’s only hatted Indigenous chef and hosts ABC cooking show, Wild ...

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Great Walk Explores Adnyamathanha Country

The Arkaba walk by Great Walks of Australia departs from Wilpena Pound Resort, proudly owned and operated by the local Adnyamathanha people. It traverses the magnificent Ikara-Flinders Ranges in South Australia, which has a rich and diverse Aboriginal history dating back over 800 million years.

Full details of the 4 ...

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Brand Launch For Cooee Traveller

Cooee Traveller officially launched our brand on Tuesday night with celebrity chef Clayton Donnovan, and Powderfinger's front man Darren Middleton taking centre stage in support of Indigenous tourism. The Cooee Traveller team, board of directors, and a number of invited VIP guests from around Australia attended the 2016 Global ...

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$200,000 Grant for Wilpena Pound Resort

A $200,000 State Government grant, has paved the way for Wilpena Pound Resort in South Australia, to undertake a $400,000 upgrade project to develop new cooking facilities for the Ikara Safari Camp and the Wilpena Pound Campground. The $2 million Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures Program is ...

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An incredible opportunity for Indigenous people

Experts are looking at how to strengthen Indigenous tourism’s place on the world stage in order to ensure Indigenous communities benefit from Australia’s tourism growth.

Read  the full article HERE. Image credit KarryOn online toursm magazine.

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Aboriginal Experiences #1 in Oz

Experience Oz has listed Indigenous Experiences #1 in their list of 10 Awesome Experiences Exclusive to Australia, and note that learning about Australia from the traditional land owners can provide visitors with a whole new understanding of the country and its many sites of significance.

Read the full article HERE

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