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Arnhem Land Tours and Activities

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Arnhem Land, one of Australia’s wildest and most sacred areas, lies at the lush northern tip of the continent. It was declared an Aboriginal Reserve in 1931 and remains a place of strong tradition with a distinctive culture and famous artwork, while also staying largely untouched by European colonization.

The beautiful landscapes provided by the area’s diverse ecosystems include rugged coastlines, rivers, remote islands, a rainforest, woodlands and bluffs. Arnhem Land is home to both saltwater crocodiles and gentle dugongs, for which this area works as an important conversation habitat.

Visitors drawn to Arnhem Land for its culture won’t be disappointed. Gunbalanya (also known as Oenpelli) is home to the Injalak Art and Craft Centre, where artists work and their wares are available for purchase. Tours often take travelers into the nearby bush to learn about the Aboriginal rock art, Dreamtime myths and bush tucker, the foods native to Australia.

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North-eastern corner of the Northern Territory,Melville Bay Road, Nhulunbuy, Darwin, Northern Territory
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3 Day 4WD Dragonfly Dreaming Top End Safari

3 Day 4WD Dragonfly Dreaming Top End Safari

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Explore Litchfield and Kakadu national parks with an expert guide on a 3-day 4WD camping tour from Darwin. Visit Florence and Wangi waterfalls, take a wildlife cruise in the Yellow Water Billabong, discover Twin Falls Gorge and Jim Jim Falls, and admire Kakadu’s indigenous rock art at Ubirr. Swim in some of Australia’s most beautiful waterfall plunge pools and camp under the stars in a comfortable swag (bedroll tent) for an authentic experience of the Australian Outback in a small group with numbers limited to 16 participants.
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3-Day Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land Explorer Tour from Darwin

3-Day Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land Explorer Tour from Darwin

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Immerse yourself in the cultural heritage and diverse landscapes of Australia’s ‘Top End’ on this 3-day tour from Darwin. In World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, go croc spotting on a Yellow Water billabong cruise and admire ancient Aboriginal rock art. Delve deeper into indigenous history with a 4WD tour to Arnhem Land, where you can try your hand at bush survival techniques and glide down the East Alligator River with an Aboriginal guide.
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  • 3 days
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5 Day 4WD Jabiru Dreaming Top End Safari

5 Day 4WD Jabiru Dreaming Top End Safari

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Experience the wondrous landscapes of the Top End on this 5-day camping tour from Darwin. With a knowledgeable guide, travel in a 4WD vehicle to three popular national parks: Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. View Aboriginal rock art, take a crocodile cruise, visit Katherine Gorge and cool off in waterfalls including Twin Falls, Jim Jim Falls, Gunlom Falls and Buley Rockhole on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people. Enjoy campfire evenings, complete meals and sleeping at private campsites in a ‘swag’ (bedroll) or a permanent safari tent. Note: This seasonal tour operates from June through October.
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2-Day Kakadu and Arnhem Land Tour from Darwin

2-Day Kakadu and Arnhem Land Tour from Darwin

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Experience the natural and cultural treasures of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park on this diverse, 2-day tour from Darwin. Go croc-spotting and see wild birdlife on a cruise down the Yellow Waters billabong, and admire a desert gallery of ancient Aboriginal cave paintings at Nourlangie Rock. Delve deeper into indigenous culture with a 4WD tour to Arnhem Land and Mikinj Valley with an Aboriginal guide.
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4 Day 4WD Arnhem Land Dreaming Top End Safari
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4 Day 4WD Arnhem Land Dreaming Top End Safari

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Discover the ancient legends and awe-inspiring landscapes of the Top End with this 4-day wilderness adventure from Darwin. Journey deep into Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, where you'll spot crocs on a river cruise, interpret Aboriginal art at Ubirr with an indigenous guide, and rumble along 4WD tracks to spectacular Twin and Jim Jim Falls. Get even closer to nature by sleeping under the southern stars and cooking over a fire at permanent campsites inside the parks.
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Crossing Country 5 Day Yolngu Homeland Tour

Crossing Country 5 Day Yolngu Homeland Tour

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Immerse in the ancient traditions of the Yolngu Homelands in the Far North on this cultural immersion tour, with four days and three nights living among Earth’s oldest civilization. Eat Yolgnu food; learn the basics of law, culture, and kinship; and try your hands at activities such as weaving, painting, spear fishing, gathering bush tucker, making jewelry, or playing the didgeridoo. Pickup is from Darwin and drop-off at Gove airport.
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  • 5 days
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Gay-Wu Woman's 5 Day Yolngu Homeland Tour

Gay-Wu Woman's 5 Day Yolngu Homeland Tour

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The Gay’wu women’s tour provides female visitors with the opportunity to come together with their Yolŋu sisterhood and learn about their culture, history and country. The Gay’wu (dilly bag) is a powerful and important cultural symbol in Arnhem Land, where it was first created thousands of years ago. You will learn about and experience Yolŋu philosophy and kinship, weaving, jewellery making, painting, astrology, healing ceremony, crying ceremony, (Nathi), cooking and bush medicine, dancing, gathering oysters or mud crabs and much more. Activities will vary according to the season and availability of materials. The Yolŋu often say the land is their mother. It nurtures, heals and guides their lives. This is why the female visitor experience and connection to Yolŋu people is often so profound, and time spent with the Yolŋu women is often described “life-changing”. Includes transport, Yolngu guide, activities, all meals and accommodation.
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What are Arnhem Land hours of operation?
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Arnhem Land hours of operation: Daily. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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Should I book Arnhem Land tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Arnhem Land can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Arnhem Land 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Arnhem Land costs USD 667.07. Guided Arnhem Land tours start around USD 667.07 per person.
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