East Arnhem Land is vast and diverse wilderness land with rugged coastlines, white sandy beaches, island retreats, historical sites, fishing trips, and ancient culture experiences. The land is spread over 100,000 sq. km and is one of Australia’s last strongholds of traditional Aboriginal culture.
East Arnhem Land offers a wide range of opportunities for camping, fishing, boating, walking and exploring the diverse vegetation and landscape of the region. All the Recreation destinations in East Arnhem Land are signposted and have permit area system for all the persons visiting Aboriginal communities for work or for vacation purposes. These permits are General Permit areas and Special Permit areas. Bookings are essential for the Special Permit areas only.
Things to do And See
Bawaka is the most beautiful palm-tree-strewn, white beach in East Arnhem Land which hosts a number of different cross-cultural activities like the two-day Gay’wu Women’s Program.
Gove Boat Club
Culture College Arnhem Land
Gove Peninsula Surf Life Saving Club
Arts & Culture
Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre
Roy Marika Lookout
GyanGaru Walking Trail
Elcho Island arts
GapuWiyak Culture & Arts
World War Second Historic Sites
Fishing spots in East Arnhem Land
Gove Sports Fishing Charters
Banu Banu Beach Retreat
East Earnhem Fishing Adventures
WildCard Luxury Cruises
Tours and Travels near East Arnhem Land
Banu Banu Day trips
Great Divide Tours
Outback spirit Tours
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