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NT's Immersive Indigenous Experiences

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Connecting with ancient Aboriginal cultures is one of the real privileges of visiting Australia, particularly in the Northern Territory. The oldest groups stretch back at least 50,000 years and their languages, arts, crafts, and customs have endured everything from white settlement to natural disasters. The sacred site of Uluru (Ayers Rock) is a must-see, and Arnhem Land offers a rare glimpse into a way of life that has stood the test of time.
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Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia
This World Heritage-listed national park is fed by pristine river systems, and it's alive with the various calls of over 280 bird species. But the best way to explore the floodplains, billabongs, and rugged stone landscape of Kakadu and Arnhem...
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Dot painting is a style of indigenous art often associated with the Aboriginal people of Central Australia. The Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre hosts daily dot painting workshops which go beyond the arts and crafts and delve into the cultural...
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Petermann NT 0872, Australia
Ayers Rock – known asUluru to the Anangu Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory – is perhaps the most well-known symbol of Central Australia, though there are no photos, no stories, no tales of wonder that can prepare you for seeing the Rock...
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After meeting the locals in the arts center, we endured a steep climb to the top of the Gunbalanya Hill in Arnhem Land, where Glen told us all about the Dreamtime stories of his ancestral land. Every stop revealed a different gallery with hundreds...
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Petermann NT 0872, Australia
Led by Peter Abbott and his wife Christine, this one-hour cultural tour is held on the couples' ancestral lands near Kings Canyon. Travelers move between demonstration sites where they learn about the eating, hunting and artistic traditions of the...
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The Yolŋu (pronounced yol-noo) people of North East Arnhem Land are members of the oldest living culture on the planet, dating back at least 50,000 years. As such, they have a time-tested belief system and knowledge base about land and culture and...
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Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia
Australia’s largest national park, covering 4.2 million acres, Kakadu is rightly famous for its rugged landscapes, epic waterholes and lily-filled floodplains, home to the largest concentration of saltwater crocodiles (‘salties’) in the world. It’...
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Tiwi Islands NT 0822, Australia
The Tiwi people lived in their islands for as far as they can remember. So they have developed their own heritage and history, isolated from the mainland Aboriginals. When the white people found out about their isolated community, they sent a...