Bawaka Cultural Experiences

  • Djali Ganambarr and Timmy Djawa Burarrwanga give you a taste of Bawaka


  • Welcome

    Leaders and members of the Burarrwanga, Mununggirritj and Yunupingu families (Gumatj Clan) welcome you as a visitor to our homeland.

    Bawaka Cultural Experiences is a fully Indigenous owned and operated. Bawaka is home to the Burarrwanga family who specialise in Indegnous cultural awareness and immersion experiences for tourists and corporate groups. Through their business they aim to:

Nyinyikay Dha Wuba

Nyinyikay Homeland, north of Nhulunbuy in East Arnhem Land is the home of home of Nancy Mutilnga Burrarwanga and her family, who live a very traditional lifestyle.

When visitors come to Nyinyikay they will have an opportunity to share the daily life of the Nyinyikay families and to develop new awareness, knowledge and skills of traditional Aboriginal culture by participating in a wide range of activities.

Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation

Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation represents a number of Aboriginal tourism operators in the East Arnhem Region of Australia's Northern Territory.

Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation brings people together to share our Yolngu culture, break down barriers and build successful tourism businesses. Working from north-east Arnhem Land in Australias Northern Territory, we aim to:

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.

Boat Rental Franchise

Pollyanna Limited is an international company providing Boat Rental Franchise opportunities to indigenous persons and groups in water-and-sun tourism locations around the world. Our prime objective is to provide business and entrepreneurial opportunities to persons and groups that would not otherwise have access to the experience, capital resources, business processes and marketing and advertising required to establish a sustainable and profitable business. Our preference is to deal primarily with indigenous communities, where this is possible.


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