Ian D. Clark is Professor of Tourism in the Business School of the University of Ballarat, Australia. He has a PhD in Aboriginal historical geography from Monash University, Australia. His areas of interest include Victorian Aboriginal history, cultural heritage management, attractions management, Indigenous tourism, the history of tourism, and Victorian toponyms.Fred Cahir is a Senior Lecturer of Indigenous Studies in the School of Education and Arts at the University of Ballarat, Australia. He completed his PhD on the role of Aboriginal people on the Victorian goldfields at the University of Ballarat with Sovereign Hill Museums Association as his Industry Partner. His areas of interest include contact history, goldfields history, Indigenous tourism, and toponyms.
"There is so much detail in the Aboriginal contributions to the Burke and Wills journey that we can't ignore it any more." --The Weekly Times