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I've been reading how in some places in Australia, the aboriginal organize tours as in their areas as an added economic source. I'm interested on them, since they look a good way to know those places, as well as their culture (Melville islands off Darwin by the Tiwi aboriginal, and other tours in north from Cairns, Arnhem Land-Kakadu, Kimberley, Red Centre...). Has someone done these tours? what is your opinion about the aboriginals and these matters?

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