Anindilyakwa Art and Cultural Centre

Anindilyakwa Art was established to help the Indigenous artists of Groote Eylandt promote and market their artefacts and crafts. Items available through Anindilyakwa Art include paintings (ochres and acrylics on canvas, bark and shells), ceremonial and traditional wood works and carvings (spears, woomeras, coolamons, clap sticks, miniature canoes, didgeridoos, boomerangs and carved animals). Traditional and [...]

Injalak Arts and Crafts

The Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre provides a unique opportunity to view Aboriginal artistry of very high calibre. Gunbalanya, or Oenpelli as it is also known, is a small Aboriginal township close to the East Alligator River, which is the natural boundary of Kakadu National Park. Approximately 1,000 people live in the town and its [...]

Dhamitjinya (East Woody Island) and Galaru (East Woody Beach)

Dhamitjinya (East Woody Island) and Galaru (East Woody Beach) are pristine, popular coastal areas in north-east Arnhem Land. Located just three kilometres from Nhulunbuy, these pristine beaches are spectacular for their great length and their clear azure waters. You will need a permit from Dhimurru to access these areas. The recreation areas managed by Dhimurru [...]

Injalak Arts 25th Birthday Party

Injalak Arts are celebrating a major milestone this year, as we turn 25 years since opening in late 1989. To celebrate we are throwing a Birthday Party for our members and friends and you are welcome to join us in celebrating it. We are planning a special fun-filled day with a bush food cook-up, Rock [...]

Gove Game Classic Fishing Competition

Pit your strength against the big sports fish of the north. Enter the annual Gove Game Classic Fishing Competition and hope to land a barracuda, sailfish or marlin in the stunning waters off Nhulunbuy. The major event of the year for the Nhulunbuy Regional Sports Fishing Club is four grueling days of unforgettable fishing. Get [...]

The Great Northern Billfish Competition

Your challenge – to hook and fight for your first billfish. Held in the waters surrounding Groote Eylandt, the annual Billfish competition is a tag-and-release competition. The elusive sailfish and small black marlin are the primary targets, as they congregate in the waters around this time of the year. This is a team event and [...]

Gove Peninsula Festival

The Gove Peninsula Festival is the single largest community event held in Nhulunbuy. This years central theme is ’40 year of Nhulunbuy – 40 years Ahead’. The festival begins with an art exhibition launch and over the course of the festival there will be food stalls to tempt your taste buds, live entertainment, a mini-Olympics [...]

Elcho Island Art and Craft

Elcho Island Art and Craft is an Aboriginal community-owned art centre in the community of Galiwinku, north-east Arnhem Land, 550 kilometres east of Darwin. The community’s artists produce a wide range of traditional craft and fine artworks, utilising materials collected from surrounding bushland and beaches, continuing a tradition of many thousands of years. Types of [...]

Arnhem Land Eco-Cultural Tours

Arnhem Land Eco-Cultural Tours is Aboriginal owned and operated, offering you a unique experience into country and culture ‘our way’. The guided tours are exclusive, visiting ancient rock art, participating in traditional hunting and gathering, bird watching and collecting materials for artwork. They work with the traditional owners in the Maningrida region and offer tour [...]

Injalak Arts and Crafts

Injalak Arts and Crafts offer an aboriginal art experience where you will climb to Injalak Hill to view the local rock art and the Arnhem Land escarpment. Located at Gunbalanya/Oenpelli, a small Aboriginal township close to the East Alligator River in western Arnhem Land, it is approximately 300 kilometres east of Darwin and 60 kilometres [...]

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