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Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort Joint Venture Agreement

Category: Agreement
Date: 1 June 2002
Sub Category:Joint Venture Agreement
Location:Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia
Subject Matter:Collaboration / Partnership | Cultural Heritage | Employment and Training | Recognition of Traditional Rights and Interests | Tourism
Summary Information:
The Monkey Mia Joint Venture was agreed between the Yadgalah Aboriginal Corporation, Indigenous Business Australia and the original owners of the Dolphin Resort.
ATSIC provided (AUD) $3.2 million to the Yadgalah Aboriginal Corporation to enable it to take a 23% share in the joint venture. Indigenous Business Australia will hold a 27% stake.
The agreement will create employment and training opportunities for Indigenous people in the area, and will expose Aboriginal culture to the international tourist marketplace.

Related Entries

Organisation
  • Indigenous Business Australia - Shareholder
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC)
  • Yadgalah Aboriginal Corporation - Signatory
  • People
  • Yadgalah People

  • References

    Media Release
    Minister for Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, Senator Phillip Ruddock (2002) Monkey Mia Resort becomes Indigenous Joint Venture

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    Joint Venture Agreement

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