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Environmentally Sustainable Tourism

Environmentally Sustainable Tourism

Posted on 05 September, 2018 in Environment, Tours, Cobourg

Venture North is committed to environmentally sustainable tourism. On our tours we visit many pristine regions and culturally sensitive sites; consequently the preservation of these areas is of the utmost importance. On the Cobourg Peninsula in north-west Arnhem Land we are fortunate to have been granted permission by the Traditional Owners to operate a tourist camp. We take our responsibility seriously to look after the land, sea and it's inhabitants. The area is home to the NT's largest Marine Park which also forms part of the...

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A 10 Day Kimberley Tour from Darwin

A 10 Day Kimberley Tour from Darwin

Posted on 21 August, 2018 in Kimberley, Tours

The Kimberley is a rugged and spectacular region of northern Western Australia and one of our favourite places to tour. It's a massive, remote area home to towering escarpments, epic gorges, secluded waterfalls, hot springs, abundant wildlife and much, much more. This year we've added an extra day to the itinerary, creating a ​10 day Kimberley tour which now includes...

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The Ultimate Arnhem Land Tour

The Ultimate Arnhem Land Tour

Posted on 08 August, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Tours, Culture, Rock Art, Cobourg

Experience the world’s oldest living culture firsthand as we take you on an unforgettable journey through Arnhem Land. The tour travels overland from Nhulunbuy (Gove), along the Central Arnhem Road, up through Kakadu, culminating on the most northern tip of the Arnhem Land mainland; the Cobourg Peninsula...

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​The Arnhem Land Escarpment

​The Arnhem Land Escarpment

Posted on 14 June, 2018 in Arnhem Land, Tours, Culture

The Arnhem Escarpment is spectacular. It is a huge plateau which has been used by Indigenous people for centuries for shelter and to find food. However today, due to the relatively difficult terrain, most of it is rarely visited. People usually elect to visit other nearby attractions first or just view the escapement form a distance. If you choose to visit during the rainy season, you’ll be treated to lush green terrain with huge waterfalls pouring over the sides of the cliffs. The dry season offers easier accessibility and some good swimming options as well as the opportunity to see a myriad of ancient rock art sites...

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Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Information about visiting Nourlagie in Kakadu

Posted on 30 November, 2017 in Kakadu, Tours, Rock Art

It’s late afternoon and as the dust settles behind our 4WD Landcruiser we arrive at Nourlangie Rock, an UNESCO World Heritage rock art site hidden among Kakadu’s lush monsoon rainforest. Archaeologists have revealed that Aboriginal people have been using this shelter for at least 20,000 years; an epic history of human occupation lies beneath our feet but amazingly an even richer ancestral dreamtime story is being told in the rock shelter above our heads...

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