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 tours in Arnhem Land

5 Days From $1,495

On a round trip from Darwin, enjoy exclusive access to Arnhem Land and travel to Kakadu...

17 Days From $3,515

Travel through Australia's amazing Top End, Red Centre, Oodnadatta Track and famou...

17 Days From $3,580

Travel through Australia's amazing Great Ocean Road, through the Flinders Ranges and...

11 Days From $3,145

Journey from outback Alice Springs via Uluru, Kings Canyon, Litchfield, Arnhem Land,...

11 Days From $3,145

Journey from outback Alice Springs via Uluru, Kings Canyon, Litchfield, Arnhem Land,...

11 Days From $3,145

Journey from lush Darwin via Litchfield, Arnhem Land, Kakadu and Katherine to Uluru,...

14 Days From $3,085

Travel through Australia's Flinders Ranges and the famous Oodnadatta Track to the ...

7 Days From $2,680

Journey from the eclectic city of Darwin to Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks and...

Highlights of Arnhem Land

Hunting in Arnhem Land, Australia

Traditional fishing, hunting, and gathering experiences

There’s no doubting the local inhabitants were a crafty bunch. Set off on a guided bushwalk and learn which plants are edible, which plants can heal and how Indigenous Australians lived off the land. Traditional methods of hunting and fishing have enabled the people of Arnhem Land to survive here without upsetting the delicate balance of nature.

Sitting around the campfire.

Campfire stories, songs and talks

Gather around the fire and get ready for fascinating stories, songs and talks about traditional society and kinship, as well as tales about the history and beliefs of the region.

Making crafts in Arnhem Land

Bark painting, jewellery making, and basket weaving

Join skilled craftspeople and see how striking jewellery and art is created using natural materials that are all sourced locally. Tiny shells are strung together to create jewellery, bark fibres are rolled to make weaving string, and ochre is painted onto bark using grass brushes.

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