One of the world’s oldest living cultures is waiting to embrace you.
Transcend time as you admire ancient Aboriginal rock art paintings and modern day art workshops, and surrender to the absorbing art, music, dance and storytelling.
Aboriginal art is much more than something pleasing to the eye. It’s a 50,000 year old Aboriginal tradition of teachings and tales that have been recorded onto bark, carved into of the world’s hardest wood, woven into baskets, dotted onto canvas and painted onto rocky walls in sometimes seemingly unreachable places. Aboriginal artworks exude a depth and wisdom that transforms viewers as they take in the ochre colours and gritty textures.
An enriching experience, learn about Aboriginal culture and the methods of story telling by meeting the artists as they work. Take part in Aboriginal art workshops, creating your own masterpiece to keep forever as a reminder of your holiday in Australia’s outback.
Fly over the amazing outback landscapes and drop into remote Aboriginal/Indigenous art communities and venture into Arnhem Land, where traditional Aboriginal culture remains largely intact. If you’re keen to get more ‘hands on’, join an Aboriginal family as they hunt for traditional Australian bush tucker and sample the rich flavours of native Australian bush tomato, quandong and perhaps even witchetty grub.
A trip through Australia’s Northern Territory is a deep cultural voyage; prepare to soak it up...
“Although Hermannsburg is open to tourists, you are on Western Aranda land - think of the land like someone's house. When you visit someone's house, you are a guest, and it is the same on this land..." Mick - Holiday Consultant
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