On an adventure around Australia, don't miss the chance to learn about the history and culture of the Indigenous Australians who were the only inhabitants of the country until settlers arrived in the late 18th century. On a fascinating tour with Aboriginal guides, you'll receive an education (responsibly, of course) like no other. Learn about both historical and modern-day Aboriginal Australia, whether it’s in the wilds of the Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land - where you can see ancient paintings and contemporary art - the sacred site of Uluru; the cave paintings of Kakadu National Park; or at the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival.
When you’re in the cities, a good place to start is in one of the many museums - such as the Australian Museum in Sydney, the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum, or the National Museum of Australia in Canberra - where you can educate yourself on the history of Aboriginal Australia and how it has shaped modern-day Australia.
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