A heavy duty 4X4 whisks me from port city Darwin to the rough, open road towards Kakadu National Park in Arnhem Land
on a threehour drive.
Bill Niedjie--or "Big Bill" as he was known from his brawny younger days--was a highly respected elder of Arnhem Land
Yirrkala was a Methodist mission established within the Arnhem Land
Reserve in 1935 and run by personnel who were largely supportive of the continuance of Yohu cultural life.
Inside was a photocopy of the foundational report on the archaeology of Arnhem Land
by members of the 1948 Arnhem Land
Expedition (McCarthy and Setzler 1960).
How would they know what was authentic if they didn't have a family from Arnhem Land
to refer to and learn from?
The second episode of 'Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild', featuring Arnhem Land
, Tanzania, Borneo and Canada, will be aired on The Discovery Channel on Wednesday.
The East Arnhem Shire Council, Northern Territory Library and other providers' have formed a partnership to deliver library services, promote reading and increase literacy and school readiness for indigenous people in Australia's Northern Territory remote areas of Northern Arnhem Land
DARWIN FESTIVAL: Get to know Australia's Northern Territory--home to the country's largest population of Aboriginal people--with new productions rooted in the cultures of Arnhem Land
, Elcho Island and the Tiwi Islands.
Our annual conference will be held on Saturday and Sunday 29 and 30 May, in Nhulunbuy, a beautiful coastal town in East Arnhem Land
Rio Tinto Alcan will be investigated by the Northern Territory Government over an industrial spill on one of its alumina mine and refinery on east Arnhem Land
The largest reserve to be gazetted in this period was the Arnhem Land
Reserve, declared on 14 April 1931.
This article explores the various ways in which the Yolnu of northeast Arnhem Land
in Australia's Northern Territory traditionally perceive of bodies, whether corporeal or corporate.