Two Hour Aboriginal Cultural Experience

2 Hours
Adelaide & Mary River region, Northern Territory
Culture & Nature
Year Round
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A hands-on educational experience delivered by the local people of the Adelaide and Mary River Region, Northern Territory. This experience provides visitors with a chance to learn and understand the local customs and traditions of the Aboriginal people of the region.


Pudakul is 55km from Darwin on the Arnhem Highway (approx. 50 minute drive) driving towards Kakadu National Park. Look out for the signs as you approach the turn off. Address: Lot 1581 Arnhem Highway, Beatrice Hill NT 0836 Australia

What to expect

This 2 Hour experience is run by local Aboriginal people. Located on the Adelaide River Flood Plains on Aboriginal owned and operated Limilngan-Wulna Land, just under an hour drive from Darwin.

Down by the picturesque billabong you will learn about the culture and the land.

Learn basket weaving, dilly bag making and the techniques used in the process.
Have a go at throwing a spear, blowing a didgeridoo and play the clapsticks.
Learn about our local food and bush medicine.
At the end of the tour, you will be served damper (bush bread) and hot and cold refreshments after the experience on our undercover deck overlooking our stunning billabong.

What is included

Tours depart daily at 10.30am and 4.30pm. Cost includes: Damper (bread) Tea and coffee Cold beverages (Orange / Apple Juice)

Meeting point

Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours - 2056 Arnhem Hwy, Lambells Lagoon, Norther Territory. Directions: Look out for the roadside signs - 23km down the Arnhem Highway from the Stuart Highway, after Humpty Doo and before Fogg Dam Nature Park.

What to bring

Water bottle