tours to Bawaka


one day to multiple nights

At Bawaka Experience we provide special tour experiences with a wide variety of tour options that are guaranteed to suit your needs. Whether you are looking to join a tour group for a day trip while exploring the Gove Peninsula, are looking for a longer cultural experience or are a corporate group looking for a tailored program to build your teams connection and relationship – we will have a tour for you.


A self-drive, self catered day tour to Bawaka.

Recommended for visitors:

  • with their own 4WD
  • comfortable with beach driving
  • comfortable with bringing their own lunch and snacks
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A self-drive, self catered two-night tour to Bawaka.

Recommended for visitors:

  • with their own 4WD
  • comfortable with beach driving
  • comfortable preparing their own meals for the tour duration
  • seeking an in-depth cultural experience
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All inclusive tours to Bawaka by licensed tour operators.

Recommended for visitors that:

  • do not have their own transport
  • prefer not to organise meals
  • prefer everything to be organised for them.
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customised group tours

Looking for a customised experience to Bawaka? Let us help you craft your dream itinerary – whether it is a customised itinerary, unique event or a personalised guided tour, we can work together to tailor an unforgettable tour to Bawaka homeland for you and your group.

For more information about how to plan a customised tour, please contact our team.


partner with Bawaka?

Are you a tourism operator looking to bring your guests to Bawaka? We partner with companies, charitable foundations and individuals with aligned goals to grow and nurture an effective and sustainable network that creates a positive impact for the Bawaka community.

We are attracted to organisations which embody the following traits and organisational culture:

  • strive to attain a high standard of professional responsibility and achievement.
  • maintain an unimpeachable standard of integrity in all business relationships.
  • respect all people, considering the sensitivities of their customs, habits, and beliefs.
  • recognise the richness of a diverse world and value the unique skills and perspectives of all people, including those of different cultural and educational backgrounds.
  • promote, represent, produce ethical products or services which directly or indirectly positively impact upon country, people or culture.
  • support equity-seeking populations to achieve gains towards attaining equality.

For more information about how you can partner with Bawaka, please contact our team.

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Media opportunities

Bawaka homeland has hosted a number of visits from media over the past decade. We have principles and guidelines to follow for all media and publications. If you are a media organisation or a corporation wishing to visit Bawaka for content to publish, please contact our team to discuss your project in further detail.

We Don’t Need a Map

One of Australia’s leading film-makers, Warwick Thornton, tackles this fiery subject head-on in this bold, poetic essay-fil. We Don’t Need a Map asks questions about where the Southern Cross sits in the Australian psyche.

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Hamish and Andy

Hamish and Andy have been a lot of places in our travels, but Australia still tops their list in terms of beauty. No place more so than their trip to Arnhem Land in 2012.

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Tales by Light

Dylan River journeys into Arnhem Land, where he participates in a welcoming ritual and films that customs and tribal lifeways of the Yolŋu people at Bawaka homeland.

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Going Bush with Cathy Freeman

Setting out from Broome and heading all the way to Arnhem Land, Olympic Champion Cathy Freeman and actor Deborah Mailman reveal the stories behind Australia’s rich cultural heritage.

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