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Walkabout Cultural Adventures

Join local Aboriginal guide Juan Walker on his half and full day tours as well as private charter tours, that visit the Mossman/ Daintree region and are led by experienced local Kuku Yalanji tour guide. Learn about the local rainforest Aboriginal people, whilst visiting culturally significant and interesting sights of this region.

Camel Culling Based Enterprise

An Australian mobile abattoir owner and operator is seeking other equity partners to develop this billion dollar camel products supply industry in Australia to produce returns of around 20% on investments.
There will be a preliminary exercise for this proposed project, to refine and develop camel field harvesting and processing techniques to suite the geography and infrastructure of the region. This is only necessary to develop the capability of an already existing mobile abattoir design and other specially developed technologies and portable infrastructures.

Darwin Indigenous Tourism Hub

The Darwin Indigenous Tourism Hub operates from the Aboriginal Bush Traders retail outlet in Darwin.

Aboriginal Bush Traders is an initiative of Darwin Regional Indigenous Advancement & CDEP Incorporated,DRIACDEP, a not-for-profit Indigenous community organisation, which aims to support Indigenous people and communities to engage in economic activities on their land in a sustainable way. These activities include bush harvest, art, product development, tourism and retail activities.

Heavenly Sisters/ Angels of Arnhem Land

<b>New Songs</b><p>

New songs from the studio of life. If you listen you will hear dogs barking, children playing, the answer and call of the Yolngu language. No sterile recording studio here. People come and go from their temporary accomodation close to the Gove Aluminium refinery. Midst the chaos and uncertainty, the beautiful purity and spirit of the Galpu women, striving for a better life for their children and their families, rings out. All proceeds from the sales of these songs go back to the Galpu community.<p>

Baniyala Community Store

Baniyala Mataka we are seeking to raise $20,000 to establish a garage and vehicle maintenance facility in Baniyala this includes training and travel funds so that local residents can go and train at Yalnji Mataka with Kuku Yalanji elder Bennett Walker in Mossman.

Bamiyala Garage funds are being sought to create an inground or above ground steel and concrete fuel facility at Baniyala. $100,000 is needed to build this facility.

Yolngu Business Enterprises (YBE)

As Rio Tinto Alcans multi-billion dollar Gove upgrade nears its completion and begins to wind down, the major national construction firms that produced the work have begun to pack their bags. The expansion has meant production of alumina has increased, as have the movement and processing of ore, and the processing of waste. So, while major construction wanes, the requirements for expanded ongoing service provision creates new opportunities for Gove region businesses.<p>

Gumatj Enterprises

<a href="http://www.isx.org.au/data/resources/files/Territor_ Q_Gumatj.pdf"> Gumatj Enterprise An Article from Territory Q</a><p>

<a href="http://www.isx.org.au/data/resources/files/Jack_T.wmv"> A Short Movie on Gumatj Initative and the Jack Thompson Foundation</a><p>

Gaywu (Dillybag) Women's Cultural Experience - Bawaka Cultural Experiences

Bawaka Homeland is located on the beachfront in Port Bradshaw south of Nhulunbuy, North East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. Access is usually by 4WD, the scenic trip takes approximately 90 minutes from Nhulunbuy (45 mins on dirt road and 45 mins on sand). Helicopter and boat access is also available.<p>

Buku Larnggay Mulka Bark Paintings

"This is letting you know so you will learn from us. Learn from these words like we have learnt from you. Your knowledge, your education, your background, we are using it. Some of the law and some of the culture of yours. OK and in the same way you must learn..."<br>

Djambawa Marawili, Senior Artist & Madarrpa clan leader<p>

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