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The Northern Territory’s Top Indigenous Tours

Australia's Aboriginal people are recognized as the original custodians of the land, and their art, traditions, and Dreamtime stories are integral to understanding the region's spirit and history. From immersive artist workshops to cooking and eating bush tucker, the Northern Territory presents a host of unforgettable indigenous experiences. Learning about the Aboriginal way of life and unique relationship with the land ensures you'll leave with a deeper insight into this magical place.
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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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Kakadu NT 0822, Australia
Gain a deeper understanding of indigenous history and spiritual life when you visit Kakadu National Park, which features one of the world's largest collections of Aboriginal rock art. Captivating stories are told within the beautiful outdoor...
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Katherine NT 0850, Australia
Find out how Aboriginal art has evolved for the 21st century by going straight to the source on this 2.5-hour tour that allows travelers to interact with renowned Aboriginal artist Manuel Pamkal. It’s a chance to watch a working artist explain the...
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Watarrka National Park, Luritja Road, Kings Canyon NT 0872, Australia
Few experiences capture the grandeur, mystery, and raw beauty of the Outback quite like hiking one of the Red Centre’s rock formations—first and foremost, Kings Canyon, located between Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Alice Springs. With cliffs that tower...
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Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Here in Australia’s Outback, eating like a local can mean it's time for some bush tucker—ingredients sourced from the Australian countryside. Owner and guide Bob Taylor of award-winning RT Tours is a descendant of the local Arrernte people and...