Ian D. Clark is a Professor of Tourism in the Faculty of Business, at Federation University Australia. He completed his PhD in Aboriginal Historical Geography at Monash University in 1992. His areas of interest include Victorian Aboriginal history, Indigenous tourism, the history of tourism, and Victorian toponyms. He has been publishing in Victorian Aboriginal history since 1982. Recent works include I.D. Clark and D. Cahir (eds), The Aboriginal Story of Burke and Wills: Forgotten Narratives (CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, 2013); and I.D. Clark, ‘Prettily situated’ at Mungallook: A History of the Goulburn River Aboriginal Protectorate Station at Murchison, Victoria, 1840–1853 (Ballarat Heritage Services Publishing, Ballarat, 2013).