This report investigates the role of governance and management factors in the effectiveness of Indigenous-government partnerships. It is based on three case studies of successful partnerships between Indigenous and government conservation agencies in the management of protected areas. Nitmiluk National Park is Aboriginal land located near Katherine in the Northern Territory, jointly managed by Jawoyn traditional owners and the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Service. Booderee National Park is Aboriginal land located in Jervis Bay Territory in New South Wales, jointly managed by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council and Parks Australia. Dhimurru Indigenous Protected Area is Aboriginal land located adjacent to Nhulunbuy in north-eastern Arnhemland, Northern Territory, is protected area managed by the Dhimurru Land Management Aboriginal Corporation with the support of both the Australian and Northern Territory governments. This research is part of the 'Success in Aboriginal Organisations' project.
At foot of title: The Australian Collaboration funded by the Poola Foundation (Tom Kantor Fund) Bibliography: p. 137-140.