Join a private camel train through red dune country with Uluru and Kata Tjuta as a stunning backdrop. Most popular at sunrise and sunset , tours are guided by cameleers who love to share the animals "quirky names and stories" 



Immerse yourself in the extraordinary stories and experiences of the world’s oldest living culture. Aboriginal Australians invite you to explore their art, spirituality, culture, history and dance. Be amazed. Be inspired. Leave transformed.

The Aboriginal people of Australia have a rich, living culture stretching more than 50,000 years. You'll find opportunities to immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture throughout the country, from urban festivals to rock art tours, celebrity chefs serving delicious bush tucker to storytelling around a campfire. Aboriginal people across the country are waiting to tell their stories and share the meaning of their cultures and way of life.

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The rivers, creeks and estuaries of the Top End offer world famous Barramundi fishing and guests of Bamurru Plains will fish with licensed and experienced local guides. Bamurru Plains is uniquely located on the lower reaches of the Sampan Creek with private access to the river. You will have access to Sampan and Tommycut Creeks along with numerous other creeks along the coast targeting the holy grail of Barramundi fishing, the METERY! During this runoff period, Barra up to 140cms long and over 50 pounds in weight congregate in these areas. With our own private jetty on the water, travelling times to these areas are reduced significantly allowing you more time to fish. From airboat fishing for 'Barra' at Bamurru Plains, to big Marlin fishing (tag & release) there is a range of fishing experiences on offer.

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An airboat safari is utterly exhilarating and the only way to truly experience an environment that is home to thousands of Magpie Geese, Plumed Whistling-Duck, Egrets, Ibis and a host of other birds.The floodplain wetlands of the Mary River catchment are the key natural feature of this area and some of the most important in the country, home to thousands of Magpie Geese, Plumed Whistling-Duck, Egrets, Ibis and a host of other birds. These beautiful birds will take flight as you zip across the floodplains on your airboat, flocks sometimes thousands of birds strong!Our guides will provide you with a hands on demonstration of the many uses of the flora from the wetlands whilst floating amongst a forest of melaleuca trees or looking out for crocodiles slowly swimming amongst the grasses of the floodplain.