Australia

In Australia’s Daintree Rainforest, Indigenous Sovereignty Marks a Watershed Moment for Travel; Lizzie Pook; Conde Nast Traveler

Photo: Adam Gibson

It’s one of the longest continuously occupied regions on Earth. Now, the descendants of the Kuku Yalanji who lived there first are shaping how the world interacts with their ancestral homeland.

Source: In Australia’s Daintree Rainforest, Indigenous Sovereignty Marks a Watershed Moment for Travel

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