Aboriginal Ecological Experience - Adelaide River Flood Plains

Length of Tour: 2 hours

Tour Dates: 10.30 am, 5 days per week

Departure Months: 1 May to 30 November inclusive

Community: Limilngan-Wuna Land

AUD$150 Adult;
AUD$99 Child (16 years and under);
AUD$450 Family (2 Adults/2 Children)

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Pickup Point: Self-drive 45 minutes from Darwin. Transfers can be arranged from Darwin at additional cost (Minimum numbers apply)


  • 2 hr Cultural Experience;
  • Hot and cold beverages and damper (bush bread)

Highlights Include:

  • Spear making and throwing
  • Dilly bag and basket weaving
  • Traditional Ochre colours
  • Clap stick and didgeridoo
  • Bush tucker and medicine guided walk and talk
  • Billy tea & damper


An educational experience delivered by the local people of the Adelaide and Mary River Region. Learn local knowledge and history on this engaging 2 hr tour set on Aboriginal land. Join your guide down by the picturesque billabong and learn the techniques used in basket weaving and dilly bag making, have a go at throwing a spear, or playing a didgeridoo and the clapsticks. Go on a bush tucker walk and learn about local bush medicine. Connect with culture and land and the rich natural environment of the floodplains. Enjoy a morning tea of damper (bush bread).


This 2 hr tour is an authentic experience rich with knowledge and culture. Only a 45 minute drive from Darwin (along the Arnhem Highway) Limilngan-Wuna Land is at the forefront to World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. The tours are conducted by a 100% fully Aboriginal owned and operated family business with tourism accreditation.

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