Indigenous Cultural Cruises of the Northern Territory Australia
1. Top End and Arnhem Land Adventure
Journey to the ancestral Aboriginal lands in the remote Northern Territory and unfold their rich history and culture! Encounter the sandstone escarpments that are decorated with ancient First Nations rock art. Learn about the cultural importance of the spectacular landscapes through the eyes of the traditional owners of these lands.
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Visit the Wulna Country where your Limilngan-Wulna hosts who are the land’s traditional owners greet you with aCulCul (Welcome to Country). Thereafter the trip leads you to the following features through which you can learn about the culture of these traditional owners;
- Bush tucker talks
- Didgeridoo demonstration
- Basket weaving demonstration
- Guluyumbi cruise along the East Alligator River with a Bininj guide
- 50,000-year-old sacred Mawurndaddja rock art series
Kakadu National Park – Anbangbang
Admire the incredible ancient art of the Warramal people in this land. Also, visit the Bowali Visitor Centre and the Marrawuddi Gallery in it that stocks Aboriginal arts and crafts, books and gifts. Refreshments are available at the Anmak An-me Café.
2. Camping Tours to Uluru/Ayers Rock
Uluru is the sacred mountain of the Aboriginal people of Australia. It has closed permanently for climbing on October 26th, 2019. The following are some of the best indigenous cultural experiences at Uluru;
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Interpretive Walks around Uluru
Go on many interpretive walks along the base of Uluru such as the Mala Walk, Kuniya Walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole, Uluru base walk and Liru walk and learn interesting facts about the life, culture and spirituality of the traditional owners of this land, the Anangu people.
Cultural Tour to Uluru/Kata Tjuta National Park
Take the cultural tour to Kata Tjuta as well as visit the cultural centre and get the most incredible indigenous cultural experiences including viewing boomerang throwing.
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Dot Painting Workshop
Learn dot painting, an indigenous art used by Aboriginal people to depict their religious Creation Time (Tjukurpa) stories! Create your own Western Indigenous artwork to take home as memorabilia of the mighty Uluru mountain.