Located 500 kilometres from the nearest city, describing Arnhem Land as ‘remote’ just doesn’t quite cut it.
After all, this is a land characterised by its pure unadulterated nature, a place where saltwater crocodiles and dugongs are regular locals, and home to nearly 17,000 mostly Indigenous Australians. It’s because of the gracious hospitality of Arnhem Land’s Aboriginal custodians that we have the privilege of discovering this dazzling land.
We travel to both East and West Arnhem Land to share the secret of an ancient way of life, an approach to the world that’s remained virtually unchanged for at least 60,000 years. Before you go, be aware that to experience this level of sustainable living, so completely in balance with nature, just might cause you to question how human life should really be lived.
Our trips in Arnhem Land
Highlights of Arnhem Land
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