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Bush walking with elders and rangers. Explore beautiful country. Prehistoric archaeology. Rock art. Bush craft. Learn alongside the students of Jabiru Area school. In the town and in the bush.

Activities
bush-walking
bush walking
camping
camping
Year Level

Year 9-12

Capacity

30 people

Type

Bush Camp

  • Parallax 0

    cultural and environmental immersion.

    Connecting through language, art and ceremony. Directly drawing upon stories, people and the way they have inhabited the land offers a Real World Learning experience. Broadening knowledge of conservation, culture and connection with others. Interaction with the community is integral to the program.

  • Parallax 1

    extending the journey.

    Building on this experience offers an opportunity for those seeking to range further into the diverse and wild landscape of Kakadu National Park, to dwell in the sacred lands of the Mirarr. Groups work in close partnership with the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) to understand and connect with a truly wild and deeply cultural landscape.

  • Parallax 2

    Opportunity for schools.

    This is a unique opportunity to be involved from an early stage in an Indigenous education program, offering real world learning, delivered in partnership with the traditional owners of the land.
    The Mirarr are absolutely committed to developing educational programs that grow understanding in the leaders of tomorrow. The board of GAC, made up of the female elders of the Mirarr has a clear strategy to develop a sustainable visitor economy post-mining, with a long-term view of increasing the understanding of Indigenous people, their history and traditions.