Arnhem Land is vast, covering 91,000 square kilometres.
Arnhem Land is located in the middle of Australia's northern coast and bounded by Kakadu National Park, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria.
This Aboriginal-owned expanse is made up of wild coastlines, deserted islands, rivers teeming with fish, lush rainforests, soaring escarpments and savannah woodland.
This land is one of the last great unspoiled areas of the world. Its small population is predominantly indigenous, whose traditional Aboriginal culture remains largely intact. The didjeridu originated in Arnhem Land, and the area is also world-renowned for its distinctive, authentic Aboriginal art.
Arnhem Land is one of the best fishing destinations in the world, mainly owing to its seldom-fished waters. You can go bluewater fishing for marlin off the secluded coastline or cruise inland on a tidal estuary in search of massive barramundi. Afterwards, relax with a drink on the deck of an exclusive fishing lodge and watch the changing colours of the sunset.
Arnhem Land is real adventure territory. Many travellers fly in or visit Arnhem Land on a four-wheel drive tour, but to really test your driving skills, obtain a permit and experience the networks of four-wheel drive tracks yourself (April to September only). You can then sleep under the stars at one of Arnhem Land’s many secluded camp spots.