Aboriginal Australia
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July 06-17, 2019

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*All flights within Australia are provided. Travelers will be responsible for their own round trip travel to and from Australia.

Aboriginal Australia

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Join us on a rugged adventure to Australia’s Top End. On this Go Learn adventure, you will spend time learning art, music and culture from Yolngu and other Aboriginal People and exploring the beautiful national parks, rivers and wildlife of Australia’s northern region. Randin Graves, Lifelong Learning Instructor, Guest Lecturer and Performer at the University of Utah will lead this incredible journey. Randin co-managed the world-renowned Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Aboriginal Art Center and lived in the Aboriginal township of Yirrkala for five years. The trip will begin in Sydney, and provide expeditions to Darwin, northeast Arnhem Land and finally Cairns. Arnhem Land is a remote region that the vast majority of Australians will never see. Thanks to our guide who lived there, your trip will include an orientation to the history, language and culture of the region as we make our way there, to prepare you for a few days of cultural immersion with Aboriginal People. Randin’s enthusiasm for the outdoors, culture, art and music of the region is infectious and your experience with him as your guide will be one of a kind!

Tour Highlights Include:

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  • Three-day immersion with the Yolngu Aboriginal People where guests will participate in activities like arts and crafts, playing the didgeridoo, fishing, and hunting & gathering.
  • Guided visits to Litchfield National Park, Nitmiluk National Park, Katherine National Park, Kakadu National Park, Florence falls, Edith Falls, Wangi Falls, and the Daintree Rainforest.
  • Visits to important sites like the Sydney Opera House, Adelaide River War Cemetery, Christ Church Cathedral, Browns Mart, and the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Aboriginal Art Center.
  • A day in Kuranda including train and sky rail passes to reach this resort town located in the beautiful rainforest canopy.
  • All in country flights.
  • 11 nights of accommodation.
  • Local guides, boat rides, a dinner cruise and national park entrances.
  • 10 hand-picked culinary highlights for lunch or dinner, as well as all breakfasts included.
  • Free time on the pristine beaches of Arnhem Land.
  • Exposure to wildlife like crocodiles, red-tailed black cockatoos, great bowerbirds and red winged parrots.
  • Lectures about aboriginal art, rock paintings and technique.
  • Comprehensive trip insurance, including sickness/or emergency evacuation insurance.

*All flights within Australia are provided. Travelers will be responsible for their own round trip travel to and from Australia.

July 06-17, 2019
Double Occupancy: $7900 per person
Single Supplement: $8800 per person
Airfare is not included.

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