Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours is Aboriginal owned and operated with the majority of their tours taking place from the Adelaide River, on Aboriginal owned and managed lands, which are at the forefront of the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.
Guests are taught and shown traditional techniques, such as clap stick and didgeridoo playing, spear making and throwing, dilly bag and basket weaving, plus guided walks and talks.
Their guides are knowledgeable, highly skilled and are passionate about their culture and tourism.
Aboriginal Culture Adventure and Outdoors Tours Australian Tourism Accreditation Australian Tourism Export Council Authentic Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Basic Birdwatching Camping Carpark Cultural and Theme Tours Disabled access available Discover Aboriginal Experiences Family Friendly Food and Wine Tours Half Day or Less History & Heritage Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Indigenous Tourism Champion Land - Motorised Nature and wildlife Non Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Signature Experiences Visitor Information Centre Walk Walking and Biking Tours Wheelchair access
From $99 to $1500
Learn about the local history and culture of the Adelaide and Mary River People, On the 2 hour Aboriginal Cultural Experience operating 7 days a week at 10:30am daily from May to October.
This tour is perfect for any person wanting to learn a little more about aboriginal people and introduces you to one of the world’s most ancient cultures. We comply with national tourism standards and having the tourism tick ensures that you are in good hands.
Only a 50 minute drive from Darwin along the Arnhem highway .Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
From $195 to $910
CITY PICK UP COMBO TOUR INCLUDING THE 2 HOUR ABORIGINAL CULTURAL TOUR AND A ONE HOUR SPECTACULAR JUMPING CROCODILE CRUISE
PICK UP FROM DARWIN CITY AT 7.30AM AND RETURN TO DARWIN CITY AT 1.30PM