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Arnhem Land

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Arnhem Land

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North-eastern corner of the Northern Territory Melville Bay Road, Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory 0880 Australia
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Laurence R wrote a review Dec 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
This tour was absolutely wonderful. Everyone found the trip to be close to flawless. The highlights were all concomitant with the ability to utilise the original inhabitants in our activities. Going to a gallery, or being on an excursion, and have them inform us was something really special. This trip ranks with Antarctica and Galapagos (and they were both amazing). I would highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kerryn72 wrote a review Sep 2019
Melbourne, Australia2,419 contributions934 helpful votes
You need a permit to visit. Cross the Cahill Crossing bridge at East Alligator River. Climb some rocks you discover beautiful views and some old rock paintings. Arnhem Land is so serene and tranquil. We were only able to visit a small pocket but was impressed. Such a privilege to have the opportunity.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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pioneertraveller wrote a review Oct 2018
Australia3,164 contributions196 helpful votes
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Took a 12 day tour with Outback Spirit which took us from Nhulunbuy to Darwin. The places we visited in Arnhem Land is out of this world, so much things to see. Wildlife, flora and fauna. The Arafura swamp at Murwangi Station is full of birds and crocodiles. Maningrida Art Centre and the Babarra Women Centre at Maningrida was so informative about the work of the aboriginal people are doing. Mt Borradaile where the rock art is simply stunning the likes of which you never seen before because it is so off the beaten track. The serpent rock painting at Mt Borradaile is really something to behold. The Victoria settlement at Port Essington in Cobourg Peninsula.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Andrew D wrote a review Jul 2017
Warren, Australia7 contributions6 helpful votes
This really is a special part of Australia but requires a fair bit of local knowledge to make it worth your while. Could spend 20 lifetimes up here and still not see it all, but how could you when there is 40,000 years of culture and millions of years of evolution. If you do go please don't wreck it for everyone else!!!!!!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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1TraveltheWorld wrote a review May 2017
Alice Springs, Australia10,944 contributions6,496 helpful votes
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Arnhemland is a magical place of history, culture, spectacular rock art, rocky sandstone escarpments, flood plains and wildlife. It is home to the traditional indigenous landowners, the Yolngu people. Entering via Cahills crossing over the East Alligator River, the first community you will encounter will be Gunbalanya (Oenpelli) approximately 17km north of the crossing. If you only have a day here, then this is the place to explore. Visit the Injalak Arts Centre for the opportunity to purchase some of the traditional paintings, arts and craftwork. Another must see, is the ancient rock art all around Injalak Hill. There are tours available which are led by the local indigenous guides that take you up the escarpment to view ancient stone implements, hear dreamtime stories and explanations of the prolific ancient rock art here. To visit Arnhemland you will need a permit, which can be obtained via the Northern Land Council. Ensure you organize this well in advance and not a week before you travel, as the process can be a little slow. You can however, visit without the required permits if you are on an organized tour. The other option is if you are lucky enough to be here during the Stone Country Festival which is held once a year, usually during August.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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