Aboriginal cultural experiencesin the Northern Territory
Australia’s Northern Territory is home to the world’s oldest living continuous culture. Immerse yourself in the stories, artworks and ancient traditions spanning more than 60,000 years through Aboriginal-led tours and experiences.
The celebration of Aboriginal culture is an intrinsic part of the identity of Australia’s Northern Territory. Aboriginal culture is one of the most distinct, unique and diverse aspects of the Northern Territory. From red desert to saltwater country, traditional ceremonial practices to world-class contemporary arts, the story of Aboriginal culture is globally renowned.
Join a guided tour with Karrke at Kings Canyon, Top Didj in Katherine or Pudakul in Darwin. Spark creativity near Uluru with a dot painting tour with Maruku Arts or Ayeye Atyenhe Art. Embark on a Tiwi island tour with Tiwi By Design and marvel at ancient rock art with Yibekka and Nitmiluk Tours. Share the wonders of a safari retreat at Davidson’s, or explore and stay with Cooinda Lodge. There are plenty of ways to experience and immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture and history.
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Red Centre Highlights: Alice Springs, Kings Canyon & Uluru
4 nights from £1,140* per person
including sunset & sunrise experiences at Uluru
Top End Explorer: Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Arnhem Land
6 nights from £1,169* per person
Includes Yellow Water Cruise & Arnhem Land Tour
Explore the Northern Territory’s backyard
7 nights from £2,599* per person
including hotel stay, AAT Kings tour and flights
Self drive the Northern Territory
9 nights from £2,849* per person
including flights and 5 days car hire
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Aboriginal cultural festivals & events
Desert Festival 2023
Alice Springs & Surrounds21 September – 1 October 2023
The award-winning Desert Festival returns this springtime to the heart of Australia.