Wild, spiritual and remote – welcome to East Arnhem Land.
In the farthest reaches of remote Northern Australia lies East Arnhem Land. This vast and rugged wilderness is where the Yolngu people have lived for millennia. Today you’ll still find clans fishing, sailing and enjoying the homeland of their ancestors. Discover this beautiful stretch of traditional land in the Bawaka Homeland, and learn how to hunt and gather, paint, weave, and hear stories of the area and history of the region, all under the guidance of Yolngu leaders. Then depart the mainland for nearby Dhambaliya (Bremer Island) and feel like castaways marooned on this spectacular oasis, devoid of human development and interference. Don’t pass up this unique opportunity to witness the close cultural connection between the land and The First Peoples of Australia, the oldest civilization on Earth.
Valid for travel Selected dates until 31 December 2022
*Conditions apply. Ref no: 48697
*Conditions apply: Prices are per person twin share in AUD unless otherwise specified. Prices are correct as at 09 May 21 & are subject to change without notice & availability at time of booking. Valid for sale until 31 Jul 21. Deposit of $400 per person per trip is required upon booking and full payment 56 days prior to departure. If booking within 56 days of departure, full payment is due immediately. All tours are subject to availability. Prices are per person based on twin share accommodation, low season. Prices, itineraries and inclusions are subject to change without notice. Further terms & conditions, payment conditions, booking & cancellation fees apply.