Scenic air tours of Australia
Aboriginal Shell Trade
Gwion Gwion Rock Paintings (Bradshaw Art)
Bradshaw's discovery of rock art in the Kimberley remained a challenge for many decades .This article for small group tours of senior couples and solo travellers into the Kimberley provides information about the rock art and the re-discovery.
How was Pituri Traded in Ancient Aboriginal Australia?
Seven Ancient Roads That Connected the World
Bora Rings: Ancient Aboriginal Ceremonial Grounds
Key Aboriginal Trade Routes of Ancient Australia
Religious Beliefs of the Arrernte: Traditional Spirituality and Catholicism
Article supporting small group tour for senior couples and solo travellers of central Australia. For the Arrernte, their language goes to the core of who they are, including their cultural identity, their belief systems and their social order. Speakers do not just share the Arrernte group of languages but also an understanding of the way the world is organised and how it came to be that way. This all encompassing and enduring world view is known as Altyerre: the creation of the world and the things in it, and its external existence (often termed “The Dreaming” in English).
Ngangkari: Traditional Aboriginal Healers of Central Australia
Albany Fish Traps, Western Australia
Articles supporting small group tours for senior and mature travellers, couples and solo travelers learning about Aboriginal and colonial history. A large body of archaeological sites specifically associated with Aboriginal estuarine fishing and fishtraps lie scattered across the southwest of Western Australia.
The Hawkesbury River
Budj Bim Eel Traps, Victoria
Article supporting small group tours for senior couples and solo travellers of significant Aboriginal farming activity and aquaculture. A UNESCO world heritage site complementary to Mungo man and lady and more. The eels farmed were then a trading asset taken along songlines (trading routes.) forming part of kinship rituals.