Tourism Australia adopts Aboriginal Dual Naming

Tourism Australia has adopting a dual-naming approach for capital cities and other specific locations around Australia by using the known Aboriginal name alongside the English name.

As Aboriginal and dual naming becomes more commonly used in Australia, it not only acknowledges the traditional owners of the land we live, work and travel on, but seeks to incorporate 60,000 years of Indigenous custodianship, language and knowledge into the mainstream consciousness.

Tourism Australia is taking a phased approach which will roll out throughout 2022.

Read more on the Tourism Australia website