Aboriginal tourism business clusters in the bush: what do you need to make them work?

Developing a business cluster is a long term process that depends on the commitment of many operators to look after each other. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia it is even harder because their enterprises are often small and dispersed across very broad areas. But this has not deterred the tourism operators featured in this clip who have been able to form Aboriginal tourism business clusters in some of the remotest parts of the country. In this video they share advice about what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tourism operators need to make Aboriginal tourism business clusters work in the bush.