Australia and New Zealand are arguably two of the world's leading Indigenous tourism destinations. This volume presents a collection of unique case studies focusing on issues pertaining to Indigenous tourism planning and development. Issues covered include: * Strategies for sustainable development; * Diversifying economies through Indigenous tourism; * Preparing for tourism and developing capacity; * Successful Indigenous tourism entrepreneurship The research papers in this volume introduce some of the most interesting entrepreneurial Indigenous tourism ventures and associated research in the world, providing inspiration and information to readers (i.e., students, researchers and industry) around the world. With contributions from experts in the field Indigenous Tourism: cases from Australia and New Zealand is the first edited volume to specifically focus on the Indigenous tourism sector in Australia and New Zealand. This collection represents the first volume to specifically highlight the culture, traditions, and knowledges of the First Peoples of Australia and New Zealand and provides important reading for researchers, students and practitioners around the globe as awareness of, and interest in the diversity of Indigenous cultures, traditions, histories and knowledges continues to grow.