Aboriginal culture is synonymous with Australia. Whether you’re in the bustling city, discovering the outback or enjoying a coastal holiday, chances are visitors to the country would have had a taste of the world’s oldest living culture.
Now, a short film is showcasing some of the amazing Aboriginal tourism experiences that are on offer when you’re Down Under. Directed by Brendan Fletcher and Warwick Thornton, the film is shot in five states and territories across the country. The production shows travellers how they can incorporate Aboriginal experiences into their Australian holiday in ways that are truly unique.
These unique experiences include discovering remote beaches, lush rainforests, hidden waterfalls, the rugged outback and spectacular gorges across the country. You can also taste the unique flavours of the Australian bush, experience the healing powers of nature, view ancient rock art galleries and participate in Aboriginal art workshops.
Some of the gorgeous locations featured in the video are Davidson’s Arnhemland Safari’s in Mt Borradaile, the distinctive red cliffs of Cape Leveque in Western Australia and The Domain in central Sydney.
The film is in conjunction with the National Aboriginal and Islander Day celebrations. Discover more about Australia’s many Aboriginal experiences at www.australia.com.