3 Magical Indigenous Australian Experiences

Emeric Brard

Lifestyle Writer

Dec 29, 2021

Australia isn’t all about the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and Melbourne Open – there’s far more to this magical country than meets the eye. With everything slowly reopening, travel and experiences are back on our minds, but it needn’t be overseas.

Australia is home to one of the oldest populations in the world – the Aboriginal Australians – and they have plenty of stories to share. From camping, Dreamtime, hot springs and fishing; these three destinations are a must-visit!

Talaroo Hot Springs – The Savannah Way

Talaroo Hot springs
(Image credit: Talaroo Hot Springs)

Discover the wonderful Ewamian culture of Savannah Way’s Talaroo Hot Springs. With the recently opened outback caravan park and campground offering 16 powered and 14 unpowered sites around purpose-built amenities and a camp kitchen – set just 200 metres from the beautiful Einasleigh River – you can soak in one of North West Queensland’s most unique and globally significant geological wonders.

Yagurli Tours – Burketown

Yagurli tours

Home to the Gangalidda people, Burketown gives tourists an immersive look into Aboriginal culture with stargazing tours, the Gambumanda Sunset Cruise, Marrija 4WD Cultural Tour through to Malara Fishing Charters, hot air ballooning, and more!

Delta Downs Station – Normanton

Delta Downs Station – Normanton, Indigenous Australia

Since its establishment in 1889, it’s been without doubt one of Australia’s most popular Indigenous experiences. As the first place to ever have traditional owners running a cattle station, Delta Downs Station is as historical as it gets. Live the best of both worlds with access to the bush as well as the beach. Whether you’re swimming in crystal clear waters, fishing, bird watching, and more, you’re sure to get the full Indigenous Australian experience.

(Feature image credit: Culture Trip)


By Emeric Brard

Lifestyle Writer

Emeric Brard is a writer for The Carousel and Women LoveTech.



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