Visit an Aboriginal community for a hands on indigenous experience where you will spend the day with the Aboriginal people, sharing their culture, learning their ways and trying some of the skills developed over thousands of years. Activities include basket weaving, spear throwing, fire lighting, painting, and learning the Didgeridoo.
You will also be taken on a short but informative walk learning about bush medicines and bush tucker. A traditional meal of kangaroo tail will be served for lunch and a visit to the community art centre is included.
Learn about Aboriginal culture on this tour to the outback community of Manyallaluk, located approximately 100 kilometres from Katherine. You will be greeted by Aboriginal guides who will lead you in search of bush tucker.
In the afternoon you can participate in a fascinating series of demonstrations and activities, including traditional bark painting, fire lighting, spear throwing and basket weaving. Before returning to Katherine you can enjoy a traditional barbecue lunch and will have the opportunity to purchase works from local artists.