Membership Information

Walk Together and Build Sustainable Futures

WAITOC invites all interested individuals, businesses and organisations to work together with us to grow and flourish with WA's unique Aboriginal cultural tourism industry. Through committed partnerships, all stakeholders will benefit and communities in our state will begin to prosper.

Membership Categories

ATB (Aboriginal Tourism Business) Membershipapplies to an Aboriginal person or entity of which at least 25% of its members are Aboriginal persons, currently operating a business within the tourism industry, within Western Australia.

Associate Membershipapplies to any person, business, government or non-government organisation who does not meet the Aboriginal Tourism Business membership criteria and would like to join and support WAITOC.

Membership Benefits

Aboriginal tourism is a unique growth industry in Western Australia. As the world's oldest living culture, it offers tourism experiences unrivalled anywhere else in the world. WAITOC members enjoy a variety of corporate and promotional benefits along with invitations to functions, seminars and other events. For full details, please download our membership form.


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Download our membership form here for more details

WAITOC is an autonomous not for profit Association comprising representatives from the five tourism regions within Western Australia providing advice and information to all relevant State Government agencies. The Council also plays a role in assisting the development of a dynamic Aboriginal tourism industry sector in Western Australia by helping existing and emerging Aboriginal tourism operators.

The WAITOC Board meet regularly with key stakeholders, both within government and private industry to raise issues by members and develop collaborative and joint venture opportunities for the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal tourism industry.

Information and Communication

WAITOC keeps members informed on a regular basis on what is happening within the tourism industry, with a specific focus on Aboriginal Tourism. Information is disseminated through quarterly newsletters, website, networking forums, and training workshops.