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Arnhemlander 4WD Cultural Tour

Jabiru, Australia
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About Arnhemlander 4WD Cultural Tour
Arnhemlander an exceptional Aboriginal cultural & heritage day tour into Arnhemland. With an experienced guide, owned and operated by traditional owners. Meet artist's along the way at Injalak Art Gallery. Travelling into the Mikinj valleys stunning scenery and billabongs, wildlife. World famous rock art sites, escarpments, forests, birdlife, floodplains.
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Claudia Webster wrote a review Sep 2021
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Trevor was just amazing taking us on the best ever tour into Arnhem land. As we currently can't go into any of the communities we were a bit worried that we would not be getting the full value for money however Trevor made up for this fact a million times by sharing his incredible knowledge of land, culture, lore and law. We saw the most amazing rock art galleries and our mind boggled at the end of the day with all the information we had been given during the tour. This tour was worth every cent and was simply a once in a life time unforgettable experience! Thank you Trevor for your patience, humour and sharing a small part of your immense wisdom!
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Anne3231 wrote a review Aug 2021
Fairhaven, Australia3 contributions
One of the best tours my wife and I have been on. Lyndon, our tour guide to Arnhem Land, gave us a comprehensive experience of the Aboriginal life, culture and art. Lyndon's knowledge of the land, waterways, vegetation and animals was amazing, his stories were told with lots of passion. Highly recommended! Thanks for the experience, Anne and David.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Jane O wrote a review Aug 2021
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This is the tour for you, if you are willing to look, listen and feel the country. Trevor our your guide helped us to see, understand and appreciate the deep cultural heritage of the Aboriginal people. His knowledge and passion for country is immense. I really enjoyed sitting in the peacefulness of the land soaking in all it had to offer. I even enjoyed trekking up a rocky slope to view some amazing rock art. I am not that good on my feet but felt energized by the land. It was fun going over Cahill's Crossing sourrounded by crocs and rushing water in the safety of the 4x4 tour bus. Had to wait on the causeway for a croc crossing downstream!
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Date of experience: August 2021
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water rat wrote a review Jun 2021
9 contributions7 helpful votes
I don’t like being critical so instead I will give you the itinerary. -Pick up 830 -Stopped at border store toilet -Crossed Cahill crossing into Arnhem Land -Drove 6km and pulled off at side or road, climber a rock to look at a wetland. Listened to non aboriginal guide fir 11/2-2 hours -drive about 1km and pulled off side of road and had cup of tea and arnotts biscuit -walked 200m to look at great rock art. Listened to guide fir 2 hours. Walked another 50m to another rock art site, listened to guide for another hour -lunch at bus -drove 500m and short walk to another rock site. Listened to guide for 2 hours. -430 pm drove home Covid did mean the gallery tour was off. It also meant that communities were being protected from Covid exposure. But there does need to be an alternative itinerary other than dragging out the time with chit chat. This itinerary may have been forced on Scotty. he is very knowledgeable but there is a limit. Driving 7km into Arnhem Land is nit really a tour.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Expedition375386 wrote a review Jun 2021
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Yes We where informed that due to Covid19 We will not be going to the Aboriginal Art Centre. If You can survived standing in in place for 40 minute and see one rock. Seat where only for tea ,lunch and last 45 minutes listening to wind. My back was in pain. Do not call it 100% aborigine's owned. Plus shame on You guides at the end shaking a hand and accepting 5 and 10 dollars tips from the poor old folks. You probably made more in 6 month what I did for a whole year. Not a worth even have the price for it. Two stars only for knowledge. I think I should be one. Please choose You trip carefully before you book.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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