Aboriginal Cultural Immersion Itinerary
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A 14 or 20-day Australian odyssey awaits those seeking an enriching journey into the heart of the world’s oldest living culture. From the shores of Sydney Harbour to the ochre sands of the Outback and an ancient rainforest that meets the reef, peel back the layers of Aboriginal history and stories that span across thousands of years to the present day. Get a first-hand look through the eyes and interpretation of local Aboriginal guides along the way.
Explore the Pacific’s largest metropolis in Sydney/Warrane. Discover its diverse culture, both ancient and modern, indulge in its world-class dining scene, tread on its iconic white-sand beaches, be hosted and led through the region with local perspectives and Aboriginal interpretation, and explore the major icons including the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
From the Adelaide Plains, home of the Kaurna people, to the rugged South Australian outback, connect with more than 60,000 years of Aboriginal tradition and culture in unforgettable landscapes. Privately tour the world’s largest collection of Aboriginal material and visit the Adelaide Central Markets to sample native foods from an indigenous producer and learn about their strong ties with Indigenous communities that help create economic opportunities for Aboriginal people across Australia. Venture to where the outback meets the mighty Murray River to discover the natural treasures of this unique ecosystem and learn about its first people, the Erawirung, through the interpretation of a local Aboriginal guide.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta is a sacred, living cultural landscape. Discover rich ongoing Anangu traditions, admire the remarkable monoliths as their rusty-red hues evolve with the shifting sun, keep an eye out for diverse flora and fauna, and unwind in five-star comfort in the middle of Australia’s Red Centre.
Arnhem Land, an untouched wilderness in Australia’s remote Northern Territory, promises an expedition into the heart of Aboriginal culture. Immerse yourself in Australia’s indigenous heritage with guided experiences led by local custodians that offer a real connection to country. Explore ancient rock art galleries, traverse rocky escarpments and cruise through lush wetlands teeming with wildlife. Arnhem Land is the epitome of authentic, immersive travel, where every moment is a connection to the spirit of Australia’s first peoples.
Daintree Rainforest and Tropical North Queensland
Immerse yourself in the lush, jewelled tones of a primordial rainforest that meets the sparkling waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the ancient Daintree Rainforest to see its unique wildlife and discover first-hand insights into the culture and history of the Kuka Yalanji people. Venture further north via helicopter to see one of the world’s most significant bodies of rock art – Quinkan Rock Art – that contains large dramatic bodies of rock paintings that are dated between 15-30,000 years old. Fly back to your rainforest luxury lodge over the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, overlooking turquoise waters, white sandy cays and the intricate patterns of the reef.
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