Djilpin Arts Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Cultural and Theme Tours

Spend time with local people on the spectacular country that surrounds the Beswick Aboriginal community just one hour south of Katherine. Djilpin Arts now offers a range of flexible and unique tour experiences that allow you to enjoy indigenous culture and community life in a relaxed and genuine way.

Beswick Falls Cultural Tour
Grab a Barista made coffee and head out bush to spectacular Beswick Falls, home of the renowned Walking with Spirits Festival and closed to the general public. Spend the afternoon walking, swimming or fishing and soak up the ancient stories of this magical place. Our local guides will take you through the treasured Blanasi Collection, a permanent showcase of culturally significant artworks in the West Arnhem painting style and curated by late elder and dijeridu master, David Blanasi.
Max 12 people in a group.
Full Day: 10am – 4pm
$195 per adult, $55 children (5-15yo)
4WD is required.

We can tailor a hosted Full-Day Tour to your cultural and art interests. Talk to us!
Adult $225, Kids aged 5-16 $85
Family Pass (2+2): $545

Facilities

Service Types

Cultural and Theme Tours Nature and wildlife

Fitness

Basic

Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Services

From $55 to $195

Grab a Barista made coffee then head out bush to spectacular Beswick Falls, home of the renowned Walking with Spirits Festival. Spend the afternoon walking, swimming or fishing, and soak up the ancient stories of this magical place. Our local guides will also take you through the treasured Blanasi Collection, a permanent showcase of culturally significant art works in the West Arnhem painting style and curated by late elder and dijeridu master, David Blanasi.

Beswick Falls is inaccessible to the public and your special entry permit is included in the tour price.

Maximum 12 people on a tour.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

Nearby Things to Do

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Maranboy Police Gaol. Timber roof battens have deteriorated and the timber door framing is in very poor condition. The old Maranboy Police Station (Formerly the hospital known as the Penola Hostel) is located to the south of the Gaol.

Maranboy Mining Precinct

Beswick, Roper Gulf

Waterfall and waterhole at Beswick, the site of Walking with Spirits and day tours

Djilpin Arts Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Beswick, Roper Gulf

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