Basically, this question but for Australia.

When I visited Alice Springs, while I was able to meet and exchange pleasantries a bit with Aborigines, virtually all of the staff I interacted with were white or Asian, except for a couple of the staff at the Alice Springs Desert Park.

Are there parts of Australia where a reasonable proportion of employees at ordinary shops, accommodation etc. are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, are viable tourist destinations, and are legally open to outsiders?

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    The area around Nimbin comprises some 13 tribes, if my memory serves me well. – JoErNanO Feb 1 '16 at 13:53
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    I find Australians dominate most tourist places around the world, let alone within Australia – EdmundYeung99 Feb 2 '16 at 5:55