Aboriginal Tourism



Explore by region to discover pristine remote beaches, lush rainforests, hidden waterfalls, the rugged outback and spectacular gorges.


Search by experience type to see the diversity of accommodation, activities and tours on offer to experience Aboriginal Australia.

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Search by operator name, product type or location to include a range of rewarding Aboriginal experiences in your next itinerary.

Welcome to Tourism Australia's Aboriginal Tourism website

Uncover the rich diversity of highly appealing Aboriginal tourism experiences offered across Australia. It is now easier than ever to include Aboriginal experiences as a ‘must do’ component of your next Australian itinerary!

Find out about the Indigenous Tourism Champions and how they can help you to confidently create truly memorable itineraries with an Aboriginal flavour.

Filming Aboriginal Australia

To increase awareness and participation in Indigenous tourism experiences Tourism Australia in partnership with Austrade created an inspirational three-minute film to show a contemporary, welcoming and inclusive view of Indigenous touring and the stories that lie within.

The stunning film is directed by two of Australia’s leading film makers – Brendan Fletcher and Warwick Thornton – and brings to life the depth of Australia’s world-class Indigenous tourism experiences, which range from coastal adventure activities to lush rainforest and urban experiences.

Find out more and view the film.

Go behind the scenes …

Kristi O'Brien, Indigenous Experiences Project Manager for Tourism Australia accompanied the film crew and blogged about the amazing locations and charismatic Aboriginal hosts she encountered during the shoot.

Read about all the behind-the-scenes action for the Filming Aboriginal Australia location scouting and shoot.

West Kimberly Aboriginal Experiences Facebook photos

As part of her job, Kristi from Tourism Australia visits Indigenous communities throughout Australia. Here, she shares with us some special moments from her visits to the Jarlmadangah Burru Community and Kooljaman at Cape Leveque in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia.