Spectacular scenery, long white sandy beaches and clear blue waters make Arnhem Land a truly magical destination.
The Aboriginal people of East Arnhem Land are called the Yolngu and live a unique lifestyle that blends western technologies with their timeless traditions.
This area is also one of the best fishing destinations in the world. Join a deep-sea fishing charter or cruise inland on a tidal estuary in search of the famous barramundi.
Wildlife is abundant throughout Arnhem Land, including many saltwater crocodiles. It provides an important conservation habitat for dugongs, nesting turtles and migratory birds.
On the western side of Arnhem Land is Gunbalanya (Oenpelli). Call in to see artists at work and to buy baskets and paintings at the famous Injalak Art and Craft Centre.
Join a tour led by an indigenous guide to Injalak Hill to see ancient rock art and hear Dreamtime stories. Join a bush tucker tour and learn how the indigenous people live from the land.