The aborigine communities have been given a lot of protection and support by successive governments so that their habitats and traditional lifestyles are not polluted by any prejudices from those who consider themselves “modern”. Thefifthestate.com.au had carried an interesting write-up about the experience a lady Tina Perinotto had when she toured the territories for a week. These trips are operated as Arnhem land tours and people are delighted to spend time in the midst of these simple and friendly community.
It’s About Their Art and Traditional Crafts
What strikes you as soon as your flight lands and you drive into these lands is that they have managed to keep their environment from being polluted by the trappings of modern lifestyles. There is no heavy traffic with cars releasing their exhaust and no factories or other industrial establishments which cause the air and water to be contaminated. To that extent, the people in these areas live a clean and hygienic life. The other thing to impress every visitor here is the skills the Aboriginal community members possess and demonstrate in terms of the paintings and nothing illustrates this better than the Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre. One can observe the people making things using naturally available materials and these can be purchased also during the Arnhem land tours. The rock arts have also become quite popular by now. There are dedicated media channels which showcase these unique arts and bring them directly into the living rooms of the people living all over Australia.
One Day Tours Also Available
There are dedicated tour operators who organise trips to Arnhem Land. People prefer to do the day long trip from Darwin; though Jabiru is another starting point used by the tour operators. The trips last for about 10 to 14 hours in all and you get a useful guided tour and you are allowed to interact with the community people. You can also take photographs so that you can keep them as mementos from the trip.
Make Full Use of the Time