Half Day Kakadu Community Cultural Activities and Art Gallery Experience
- Duration: 5 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Kakadu, NT
- Product code: PZGJPU
- Monday to Saturday from 8:15am to 1pm
Walk and Talk: Take a guided walking tour of the billabong and community, and learn about the history of the Murumburr clan families and their country. Enjoy an immersive Welcome to Country ceremony and hear stories of diverse clans traveling throughout the landscape.
Billy Tea and Damper: Gather around the fire for traditional Billy Tea and Damper, and engage in conversations with fellow travelers and the local community.
Men's and Women's Cultural Activities: Men can participate in painting and craft making, while women can learn the art of weaving using locally collected dried pandanas dyed with natural colors. Each guest will create a unique gift to take home.
Visit Old Patonga Community School Art Gallery: Marvel at and acquire remarkable art pieces such as woven Pandanas earrings and bangles, paintings by talented local artists, and an array of authentic and distinctive works.
What to Bring:
Guests must have their own AWD vehicle to access the road to Patonga Homestead.
Remember to bring plenty of water, comfortable enclosed shoes for walking, sunscreen, a hat, and insect repellent.
- Children 7 and Under - Free with a paying adult
- Children aged 8 - 17 - 50% Adult Price
- Senior Concession Card Holders - 20% Adult Price
Welcome to Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp on Murrumburr Clan Country
Welcome to Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp, nestled in the heart of the Northern Territory's breathtaking landscape. Embark on a captivating journey with our immersive and culturally enriching experience, designed to connect you with the Murumburr clan families and their country.
Your adventure begins with a mesmerising Walk and Talk, where you'll take a guided tour of the billabong and community. Immerse yourself in the captivating history as you hear tales of the Murumburr clan families and witness a heartfelt Welcome to Country ceremony on their ancestral land. Discover the stories of diverse clans and tribespeople who have traversed this remarkable terrain throughout the ages.
Afterward, gather around the crackling fire for a taste of Australia's heritage with traditional Billy Tea and Damper. Engage in lively conversations and share your own stories, forging connections with fellow travellers and the local community.
Delve deeper into the rich indigenous culture with Men's and Women's Cultural Activities. Men can partake in painting and craft making, while women indulge in the art of weaving, using locally collected dried Pandanas dyed with natural colors. Each guest will create a unique gift to take home—a cherished memento of this unforgettable experience.
To complete your journey, visit the Old Patonga SchoolCommunity Art Gallery. Here, you can marvel at and acquire remarkable art pieces, such as woven Pandanas earrings and bangles, paintings by talented local artists, and an array of authentic and distinctive works.
Please note that guests must have their own AWD vehicle to access the road to Patonga Homestead. Remember to bring plenty of water, comfortable enclosed shoes for walking, sunscreen, a hat, and insect repellent to ensure your utmost comfort throughout the excursion.
Join us every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 8:15 am to 1 pm for an immersive adventure that will leave you with a profound appreciation for the cultural tapestry of this remarkable region.
We have a very limited number of packages available so be sure to Book Now to secure your experience