Be welcomed into the local Aboriginal community of Wugularr and head "out bush" with the local Jawoyn ladies. Immerse yourself in the culture and natural beauty of Nitmiluk National Park. Experience the highlights of the world heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, as well as those off the "beaten track". Explore natural Arnhem Land and see local artists at work. Some of whose artwork hang in galleries throughout the world.
Some of the highlights of this culturally rich six-day "Welcome to Country" tour include;
On the southern edge of Arnhem land, Wugularr is a small aboriginal community packed with cultural activities. Take a local history walk around the community and visit the gorge and community billabong. Join the local Jawoyn ladies "out bush" and try the local delicacy "sugarbag". Learn how to make traditional baskets using natural materials and visit the community-run Ghunmarn Culture Centre and Gallery
Edith Falls The sandstone and riverine communities of Edith Falls provide a habitat for a diverse range of flora and fauna. Great photography and swimming opportunities here.
Katherine Gorge Explore the pristine wilderness of Katherine Gorge by a scenic boat journey boat before taking to the water in canoes.
Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Art & Cultural Centre You will learn more about the art and culture of the region at the Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Centre in Katherine.
Moline Rockhole is a special permit area in which only a few select operators are permitted to access, guaranteeing minimal crowds. The small waterfall and waterhole below the falls offer a great place to cool down, snorkel and explore the underwater home to various species, including fish and turtle.
Gunlom Falls Another excellent swimming hole with the opportunity of a 20minute climb for the more adventurous. You will not be disappointed as you are led to a naturally occurring 'infinity pool' with sweeping views across the bushland of Kakadu.
Yellow Water Billabong A 2-hour cruise on this picturesque waterway will give you the opportunity to view a large variety of birdlife and saltwater crocodiles in their natural environment.
One of the few places World Heritage-listed for both its cultural and natural values.
Barramundi Gorge (also known as Maguk) Take a scenic 1km walk along the edge of Barramundi Creek before arriving at the base of the falls where you have the opportunity to swim and snorkel in the large plunge pool below.
Nourlangie Rock One of Kakadu's oldest Aboriginal occupation sights is open to the public. Wander through shaded natural rock shelters to marvel at the World Heritage-listed ancient rock art.
Nawurlandja Lookout A short climb up the sloping sandstone provides views of the sun setting across Anbangbang Billabong, Nourlangie Rock and the Arnhem Land escarpment.
Ubirr Rock One of Kakadu's best-known rock-art sites and also famously featured in the movie Crocodile Dundee. A walk to the top offers sweeping views across the Nadab floodplain.
Mamukala Wetlands A bird lovers dream. An observation platform nestled into the paperbark provides a perfect way to view a large variety of bird species.
Cahill's Crossing Spot a croc or two at this infamous crossing where the East Alligator River separates Kakadu from Arnhem Land.
Injalak Arts & Craft Centre An opportunity to meet and see traditional local artists in action.
Injalak Hill Tour A local Aboriginal guide will show you through an extensive display of x-ray style rock art at Injalak Hill. The view looking out across the floodplains and around the Arnhem Land escarpment is breathtaking.
Just to let you how much we enjoyed our recent Wugularr, Kakadu and Arnhem Land tour with our guide Nick. The tour itself was a great package of experiences that we’ll remember for years to come. - Julie French, July 2022
Please note the itinerary is subject to change at late notice due to weather conditions, COVID and cultural reasons.