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Our Culture Experiences

Explore Australia with our tailor-made packages to suit your needs.
Fly to Broome, collect 4WD hire car and have lunch. Shop for food and drinks (alcohol is not sold on the Dampier Peninsula so purchase whatever you require in Broome). After lunch, drive to Kooljaman at Cape Leveque. Drive time approximately three hours ex Broome. Along the way take time out to explore some of the many secluded coves, inlets and beaches, where the Red Pindan cliffs meld with the golden beach sands and meet the emerald green waters of the Timor Sea. Read more...
You will be picked you up around 7:30am from your Adelaide accommodation for a trip into their traditional homeland in the Flinders Ranges. On the way you’ll stop in Pt Augusta, at the head of Spencer Gulf, to visit Wadlata Outback Centre for hands-on interpretative displays about the history and culture of the Flinders Ranges. Your guide Hayden Bromley will then take you on a special journey into one of Australia’s hidden secrets and share a cultural experience more than 40,000 years in the making. Read more...
Get an early start to drive yourself three hours west of Melbourne to get you to Brambuk The National Park & Cultural Centre arriving at 9:30am. The amazing Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is a spiritual place rich in Dreaming stories, sacred sites, bush-tucker, water and shelter. It is a place central to the Dreaming of the Djab Wurrung and the Jardwadjali traditional peoples and is home to 90% of the Rock Art sites in Victoria, with some dating back 22,000 years. Read more...
Kakadu Culture Camp is owned and operated by a local Aboriginal family and is based at Djarradjin Billabong (Muirella Park Campground) in the heart of Kakadu National Park. See this spectacular park through the eyes of the local Bininj (Aboriginal) people who are also Kakadu Park Rangers. Explore the waterways of the Kakadu World Heritage Area on their evening boat cruise. Look out for the abundance of crocodiles, birds, snakes, turtles and even Barramundi fish in the shallows as the wild life comes out to play and hunt after dark. Read more...
You will be picked up from your Cairns hotel and travel north along one of Australia’s most scenic coastal drives to Cooya Beach to join Linc and Brandon Walker, of Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours, on one of their beach, mudflat and mangrove walks. They provide a unique cultural view of the complex intertidal ecosystems that sustained their forbearers for thousands of years. They will teach you to throw a spear and hunt, whilst stalking and observing the wildlife. Read more...
A week in Darwin gives you time to visit the city attractions, before heading down the track to Litchfield National Park for an overnight adventure, then spend a day learning about Aboriginal culture on the Tiwi Islands.Read more...
With a week up your sleeve, start a comprehensive tour of Kakadu and its surrounds at Mary River National Park. Take a wildlife cruise before delving into Kakadu's waterfalls, wetlands, cultural centres and Aboriginal rock art sites.Read more...