We’ve always greatly respected the heritage and traditions of the First Australians.

Back in 1998 we were the first tour company to advise our travellers against climbing Uluru on account of its sacred significance to numerous First Nations cultures. The close working partnerships we’ve established with First Nations’ communities continue to inform our understanding of the land, as well as inspire in our travellers an appreciation for one of the world’s oldest living cultures. Below are some of the partners that we’re proud to work with.  

Maruku Arts

Nearly 900 artists make up the collective arts hub Maruku, which is owned and operated by the Anangu people (who originate from the Western and Central deserts of Australia). Maruku’s purpose is to keep the Anangu culture alive through art and to make their culture accessible for those seeking an in-depth understanding. Today Maruku is one of the largest and most successful First Nations’-owned operations in Australia, with programs including tours, painting and carving workshops, traditional ceremonies and art exhibitions. 

Trip Name Days From AUD
Uluru Adventure (Yulara to Alice Springs)

3

$995

Overnight Uluru Adventure (Yulara to Yulara)

2

$595

Uluru Adventure (Alice Springs to Alice Springs)

3

$995

Top End Day Tours

Run in collaboration with the Traditional Owners of Western Arnhem Land, Top End Day Tours are a journey into the heart of this region’s beautiful wilderness. Join a Binninj guide to hear stories with strong connections to the landscapes. These tours offer cultural immersion in a spectacular setting.

Trip Name Days From AUD
4WD Kakadu Adventure – Camping (June – September)

3

$840

Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure

5

$1,526

Butchella

Nestled along the pristine shores of K’gari, is a unique retreat managed by K’gari’s original custodians, the Butchella people. This initiative not only offers a serene escape but also actively supports local Butchella enterprises. By staying here on our tours, guests contribute to job creation and the development of culturally connected products like clap sticks, native art, and organic body washes. Moreover, funds help enhance the Scrub Hill cultural precinct and foster the growth of young Butchella individuals. Collaborative efforts with the Butchella also enrich visitor experiences, providing deep insights into their rich culture and history.

Trip Name Days From AUD
2 Day K’gari (Fraser Island) Tag Along Adventure

2

$499

3 Day K’gari (Fraser Island) 4WD Tag Along Adventure

3

$569

 

Read more about First Nations culture.