Bourke brothers take culture to the world
Brothers Jason and Joseph Dixon leadinga group of tourists along the Darling River at Bourke PHOTO: TWH
Bourke brothers Jason and Joseph Dixon are running a thriving tourism business, sharing their Aboriginal culture and customs with visitors to the outback through their walking tours.
The Dixon brothers are the founders and operators of Bourke Aboriginal Cultural Tours and are an example of what can be achieved in Aboriginal tourism.
They are the feature operators in a video being promoted across social media platforms by Destinations NSW promoting the Outback and encouraging other Aboriginal people to consider taking their skills, knowledge and culture out to a wider community through tourism.
Read more in the printed edition of the Western Herald.