Follow your guide into places inaccessible to most in Arnhem Land and Kakadu, learning about traditional land ownership and ancient Arnhem Land art.
Enjoy an exceptional Aboriginal culture and heritage day tour into Arnhem Land and Northern Kakadu. You'll journey across the East Alligator River into Arnhem Land, one of Australia's most remote and least traversed regions. Visit places inaccessible to most, including ancient rock art sites in their natural state. Gain knowledge of traditional land ownership, bush skills, hunting, food gathering and bush tucker preparation.
Meet Aboriginal artists at Injalak Arts and Craft Centre in Oenpelli. There is time to watch Aboriginal people painting and to see the women weaving Pandanus baskets. With special permission from the Manilakarr people, travel into the valley with its stunning scenery of billabongs, wildlife and escarpment. Enjoy lunch alongside Inkiyu Billabong.
Travelling in comfortable four-wheel drives, with forward facing seats, you will experience the region's world famous landscapes consisting of sandstone outcrops, escarpment, forests, floodplains and billabongs. Arnhem Land permits, refreshments and lunch are included.
Note - Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre is regularly unavailable on weekends and public holidays and may be closed for cultural reasons. As an alternative the tour will visit the spectacular Cannon Hill and Hawk Dreaming region of Northern Kakadu.