Suggested Itineraries

 

 

Suggested Itinerary

 

Top 10 must-do’s for the East Arnhem Way

  1. Explore the beaches and fresh water holds of the Dhimurru recreational areas on a four-wheel drive camping adventure
  2. Jump on a charter flight and see the fantastic coastline and wildlife from above
  3. Visit Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre at Yirrkala for local Indigenous arts and crafts
  4. Take the self-guided interpretive walk on the trail around Gayngaru (Town Lagoon) or Gadalathami (Town Beach)
  5. Visit the local beaches, East Woody, Middle Car Park, Cape Wirrwawuy or Town Beach for some stunning coastal views
  6. Visit the Roy (Malpi) Marika Lookout for a view of Nhulunbuy and the coast
  7. Escape to Banubanu Eco Wilderness Retreat on Bremer Island
  8. Have a blue water fishing experience with one of the charter tours available based in Nhulunbuy/Gove
  9. Make time for a sunset drink at the Gove Boat Club or Surf Club
  10. Experience picturesque camping at isolated beaches along the East Arnhem Land coast

 Permits

Arnhem Land is Aboriginal Land Trust and permits are required for visiting beaches, parks, waterways and also accessing Aboriginal homelands.

Permits are available through Katherine or Nhulunbuy Northern Land Council offices, and Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation either online or in person at the Dhimurru office in Nhulunbuy.