Aboriginal Tourism

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Many visitors to northern and central Australia want to know more about Aboriginal culture. A lot of indigenous communities have started their own tour businesses with Aboriginal guides who show visitors various artistic and cultural aspects of their lives and explain the indigenous history of the region. Tourists often get to view dances and eat bush tucker and be engaged in weaving, spear throwing and painting.

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1. Aboriginal Tourism. Tourists at Gunlom in southern Kakadu. tourism adventure travel couple water hole escarpment indigenous aboriginal guide

2. Aboriginal Tourism. Tourists at Gunlom in southern Kakadu. tourism adventure travel couple water hole escarpment bush tucker aboriginal guide indigenous

3. Aboriginal Tourism. Mahbilil Festival, Jabiru. Serving up buffalo stew - a poular dish from the Kakadu Cultural Camp.

4. Aboriginal Tourism. Mahbilil Festival, Jabiru. Serving up buffalo stew - a poular dish from the Kakadu Cultural Camp.

5. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear

6. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear

7. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. Marcella Fernando (grey hair) and Mary Anne Kantilla (blue dress, black hair, painted).

8. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. Mary Anne Kantilla

9. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. Romulo Kantilla

10. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. L to R: Romulo Kantilla,

11. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. Marcella Fernando (grey hair) and Mary Anne Kantilla.

12. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear tour guide and dancer, Romulo Kantilla

13. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear. L to R: Romulo Kantilla, Tadias Portuami, Trevor Tipungwuti

14. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear tour guide and dancer, Mary Anne Kantilla

15. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear tour guides and dancers, Mary Anne Kantilla (left) and Marcella Fernandez

16. Aboriginal Tourism. Mahbilil . Mahbilil Festival in Jabiru township. Kakadu Cultural Camp provides delicious bush food. freddy hunter

17. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear Tiwi tour guide and dancer, Romulo Kantilla with a frill-neck lizard

18. Aboriginal Tourism. Tiwi Tours operates atour to Bathurst and Melville Islands where visitors get to visit the "morning tea ladies" who tell them about local customs, show them arts and craft such as weaving and perform dancing with family members. They also visit craft centres - Tiwi Designs and Bima Wear Tiwi tour guide and dancer, Romulo Kantilla with tourists

19. Aboriginal Tourism. Window on the Wetlands looks across the Adelaide River floodplains and is a popular tourist attraction and interpretive centre - Lynette Kenyon

20. Aboriginal Tourism. Escarpment and sandstone country near the headwaters of the East Aligator River in Arnhem Land. Rock art at one of the KCC camp sites - Catherine and Jesse Hunter with swags

21. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal rock art site in western Arnhem Land depicts images of creator beings and early white explorer Ludwig Leichhardt atop a horse. Traditional owner of the region Jenny Hunter with nephew Jesse Hunter and daughter Catherine, and husband Andy Ralph. They run the Kakadu Culture Camp and take people walking in this remote area.

22. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal rock art site in western Arnhem Land depicts images of creator beings and early white explorer Ludwig Leichhardt atop a horse. Traditional owner of the region Jenny Hunter with nephew Jesse Hunter and daughter Catherine, and husband Andy Ralph. They run the Kakadu Culture Camp and take people walking in this remote area.

23. Aboriginal Tourism. Window on the Wetlands looks across the Adelaide River floodplains and is a popular tourist attraction and interpretive centre - Lynette Kenyon talks to visitors

24. Aboriginal Tourism. Window on the Wetlands looks across the Adelaide River floodplains and is a popular tourist attraction and interpretive centre - indigenous rangers Lynette Kenyon (left) and Rhonda Foster

25. Aboriginal Tourism. Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - Aboriginal guide, Joey Nganjmirra

26. Aboriginal Tourism. Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - rock art - Aboriginal guide Joey Nganjmirra shows tourists

27. Aboriginal Tourism. Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - rock art and tourism led by Aboriginal guide Joey Nganjmirra - with David McMahon

28. Aboriginal Tourism. Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. Aboriginal guide Simon Badari with tourists at Injaluk hill which contains much rock art, above Karnbulaunyah

29. Aboriginal Tourism. Nitmiluk NP - Cicada Lodge tourism resort - tourism destination - indigenous guide James Brooks shows guests some bush tucker and medicine plants by the Katherine river

30. Aboriginal Tourism. View to Karnbalunyah (Oenpelli) from the escarpment - Aboriginal guide Joey Nganjmirra

31. Aboriginal Tourism. Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - Aboriginal guide, Simon Badari, shows tourists the area around Injaluk hill

32. Aboriginal Tourism. Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - rock art - ancient drawing of a fish

33. Aboriginal Tourism. American tourist Britta Sullivan looks on as Manyallaluk guides Diane Doctor (centre) and Lorraine Johnson explain Aboriginal weaving techniques.

34. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal youth Pulumbara with a Japanese visitor at Nipbamjen in south western Arnhem Land.

35. Aboriginal Tourism. Nitmiluk NP - Cicada Lodge tourism resort - tourism destination - indigenous chef Mark Olive prepares main meal of crocodile tail

36. Aboriginal Tourism. Visitors to Kakadu National Park at the Lightning Man rock art gallery, Nourlangie Rock.

37. Aboriginal Tourism. Jawoyn Aboriginal guide Peter Bolgi beneath a rock ceiling painted with spirit figures and animals near Nipbamjen in south west Arnhem Land.

38. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal tour guide Peter Bolgi describes ancestral being painted on an ancient rock art gallery in the Katherine region of southern Arnhem Land

39. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal elder Peter Bolgi interprets rock art at an exclusive Skysafari cultural site in the escarpment of Nitmiluk National Park. Arnhem Land aerial tourism couple

40. Aboriginal Tourism. Aboriginal elder Peter Bolgi interprets rock art at an exclusive Skysafari cultural site in the escarpment of Nitmiluk National Park. Arnhem Land aerial tourism couple

 

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