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Aboriginal Experiences: Darwin


Nestled along the Timor Sea, Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory. Exploring Darwin city and it's surrounds will connect you with natural wonders, like Kakadu National Park, filled with incredible waterfalls, fauna and wildlife.

Discover the real Australia in raw, unspoiled majesty as you explore crystal clear waterholes, charming tropical towns and Aboriginal cultural expereiences. 

Oysters Family at the beach Salad

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Sealink NT – Tiwi Islands

Darwin, NT

A day trip to the main island of the Tiwi Islands is an incredible way to get to know this unique, Polynesian-influenced Aboriginal culture. After a ferry ride on a high-speed catamaran, your Tiwi guides will take you on an easy walking tour to meet artists, make your own screen-printed textile, visit a museum and a church, and find what really makes the Tiwi islands special. This tour will take a full day and you will experience a range of activities alongside people of this culture.

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Lyons Cottage

Darwin, NT

Situated on Darwin's waterfront Esplanade, only a few minutes drive from the city centre is Lyons Cottage. Within this historic stone house you will find Aboriginal Bush Traders, a non-for-profit organisation that sells arts and crafts from Aboriginal artists and community art centres. Explore the incredible display of art and enjoy a bush-food inspired meal from the cafe.

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George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Darwin, NT

Between the city centre and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is the 42-hectare George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. Spend some time in this peaceful oasis on the Matboerrma Walk, which will teach you how the Larrakia people use native plants for traditional purposes. The Darwin Botanic Gardens app will allow you to listen to Larrakia stories to guide you along the trail.


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Darwin Waterfront Precinct

Darwin, NT

Located near the Darwin Waterfront Precint, is the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. Home to Norah Nelson Napaljarri's mosaic, Yiwarra Jukurrpa (The Milky Way Dreaming) which depicts the Dreamtime legend of seven sisters who escaped their pursuer by turning into stars. The man turned into the morning star, and can never reach the sisters in the night sky.

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