Arnhem Land is bounded by Kakadu National Park, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria and is once of the last great unspoiled areas of the world.
This Aboriginal owned expanse, with a predominantly indigenous population is renowned for being one of the best fishing destination in the world, and is also home to some of the best Aboriginal rock art in the country, and is made up of lush rainforest, soaring escarpments, wild coastlines, rivers and deserted islands.
Permits are required to venture into Arnhem Land. These can be applied for through the Northern Land Council (1800 645 299 or www.nlc.org.au). Please note that at least 10 days is required for permit processing.