Tjungurinkula waakaripai – Joint management
Video: Joint Management
Video: Working Together
Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park is jointly managed by the traditional Aboriginal owners –Anangu– and the Department of the Environment and Heritage.
In this section we’ll look at the joint management arrangements and how they relate to the Park. We will cover the following topics:
If you haven’t already completed the Park history theme, which explains how the joint management arrangements came about, then it may be a good idea to complete that section before attempting this one.
Joint management combines ancient and modern views and methods, and is a process that Park staff and the traditional Aboriginal owners are proud of.
‘I think Aboriginal people and Parks Australia have been working together really well … the traditional owners and Parks Australia are experts in the way we look after our great National Park for all Aboriginal people and for the people of Australia and overseas visitors to come and see and enjoy.’
Yami Lester, Board Chairman 1986-1996.
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