GMTOAC Invites Tourism Operators
21 September, 2019
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Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation (GMTOAC) is keen to identify interested tourism operators with the commitment and capacity to immerse visitors in a cultural experience at Victoria’s newest Aboriginal tourism location, the World Heritage listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.
Inscribed on the World Heritage list for its Outstanding Universal Value, the site tells the story of the Budj Bim Landscape and the continuing journey of the people who lived there and their unique relationship to the land. The story is told in many parts and in many places across the landscape.
The Budj Bim Landscape network is currently a series of isolated sites with limited access and infrastructure. A Master Plan is in place which presents a vision for the conservation and sustainable use of the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape for cultural, tourism and community purposes.
GMTOAC is committed to engaging tourism operators who are able to provide visitor experiences that enhance the tourism potential and recreation opportunities at Budj Bim Landscape’s various locations. Tourism operators must be willing to accept guidelines set out by GMTOAC around how visitor experiences are structured, and how the Budj Bim story is told.
If you are a tourism operator intereted in bringing visitors to the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, please see our website for details, and register your interest using the below link.
Register your Interest