Top destinations around the Australia
Explore our latest toursLirriwi Tourism - 84 Galpu Rd, Yirrkala NT 0880From $
This Women's only tour will immerse you in Yolŋu philosophy and kinship, weaving, painting,
astrology, healing ceremony, crying ceremony (Nathi), cooking and bush medicine, dancing, gathering
oysters or mud crabs and much more.Lirriwi Tourism - 84 Galpu Rd, Yirrkala NT 0880From $
Come and explore our culture, sit with us, hear our stories, walk with us, share some
knowledge. This tour led by a Yolŋu guide of the Gove peninsula, takes you to a range of secluded and culturally significant coastal and inland locations in the East Arnhem Region.Lirriwi Tourism - 84 Galpu Rd, Yirrkala NT 0880From $
This tour has been designed for the more independent traveller and has all the makings of a genuine adventure in culture, visiting different remote Yolŋu homelands. Not only will you participate in a variety of cultural programs and activities, but you will cross a diversity of incredible landscapes during the tour.
Read our storiesOur Songlines is passionate about promoting Indigenous Culture, in these times where Australia is on fire, we need to look to our First Nations people to lead the path to old country. We had a yarn with Dr Jared Thomas and this is what he had to say. Image: Lindsay Thomas dealing with fuel load, […]Once upon a time, the Great Ancestor spirit of Bunjil, the creator, set at work to reform the Earth. He had the task of creation. Of the lakes and the seas, the mountains and the plains, the flora, and the fauna. In this came the creation of the Grampians. As Bunjil finished with the sandstone […]Wish to go on vacation, away from all worries of everyday life? Want to take a walk down the corridors of Indigenous history? Desire to experience a soulful and enlightening experience? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Arnhem Land is the place to be. In 1623, a Dutch captain sailed into […]Right in the heart of the Red Centre lies the most famous monolith of Australia – Uluru. This massive sandstone rock began to form about 550 million years ago, and gained fame due to its historical importance, as home to the Aboriginal Australians: the Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara people. People of these tribes reside near Uluru, […]
Our Songlines work with other Indigenous owned AND lead businesses to ensure authenticity and promote the Indigenous economy.
Our Songlines is committed to telling a true account of Indigenous history. This is demonstrated through every aspect of our business.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have the OLDEST LIVING CULTURE IN THE WORLD. We protected these lands for at least 65,000 years before white settlement.
Did you know there are more non-Indigenous tours taking people on “Indigenous experiences” then Indigenous tour companies? By booking with us you are supporting first nations business.