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Sharing the park : Anangu initiatives in Ayers Rock tourism : a tourism impact study / carried out by Central Land Council, Pitjantjatjara Council, Mutitjulu Community for the Mutitjulu Community ; commissioned by the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service
Bib ID 1375115
Format BookBook
Edition [2nd ed.] 
Description Alice Springs, N.T. : Institute for Aboriginal Development, 1991 
x, 175 p. : maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0949659576 (paperback)
Notes

Originally published 1987. Updated with new conclusion 1991.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 165-171.

Subjects Tourism -- Northern Territory -- Ayers Rock.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Ayers Rock -- Business enterprises.  |  Settlement and contacts - 20th Century.  |  Economic sectors - Tourism.  |  Environment - Land management.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas.  |  Pitjantjatjara people (C6) (NT SG52-11)  |  Demography - Census data.  |  Government policy - Commonwealth.  |  Uluru/Ayers Rock (N.T.)  |  Areyonga (South Central NT SG53-01)  |  Yulara (Uluru, South Central NT SG52-08)  |  Uluru / Ayers Rock (South Central NT SG52-08)  |  Mount Ebenezer (South Central NT SG53-05)  |  Kaltukatjara / Docker River (South Central NT SG52-03)  |  Imanpa (South Central NT SG53-05)  |  Angas Downs (South Central NT SG53-05)  |  Yuendumu (South Central NT SF52-12)  |  Pukatja / Ernabella (SA Central Australia SG53-09)  |  Kata Tjuta / Olgas (South Central NT SG52-08)
Other authors/contributors Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service  |  Central Land Council (Australia)  |  Institute for Aboriginal Development (Alice Springs, N.T.)  |  Pitjantjatjara Council  |  Mutitjulu Community (N.T.)
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