Indigenous Experiences

If you’d like your next Australian experience to have a cultural twist, visit the Tiwi Islands, North Stradbroke Island or the Murray River region. Explore the unique indigenous cultures of these destinations and learn about their history and traditional rituals.


Brilliant Experiences

Nth Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island is home to the Quandamooka People. The Goompi Trail on the foreshore of Dunwich, is an informative walk with a local Aboriginal guide. You’ll learn about Aboriginal artefacts, traditional hunting methods, bush tucker and native medicines.

Tiwi Islands

The Tiwi Islands, just 80kms north of Darwin, are known as ‘the islands of smiles’. The Tiwi people are renowned for their individual style of art including carvings and bright textile designs. On this specialised tour, a local Tiwi guide will show you through the art centres, culture museum, old Catholic mission precinct, and explain the complex culture and rituals of the local people.

Murray River

Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Reserve is one of Australia’s most significant indigenous archaeological sites. Step back in time for a guided tour to view ancient rock carvings and to learn about the traditional landowners, the Nganguraku people and their Dreamings and oral histories.