Experience a truly authentic Indigenous cultural experience led by a local artist. Learn how to paint your own artwork to keep as a souvenir, make fire with sticks, and test your skills at throwing a spear with a woomera.
The Top Didj Cultural Experience has been developed to offer visitors a unique cultural interaction with the Aboriginal people of Katherine. Their rich culture provides an avenue for local Indigenous artists to tell their story and to showcase traditional activities such as fire lighting, spear throwing with a woomera and painting while educating visitors about their culture and way of life. The cultural experience is designed to promote a positive experience with Aboriginal people.
This fantastic 2 ½ hour interpretive experience will not only teach you about our local Indigenous culture but also provide many hands-on activities such as painting a piece of Indigenous artwork, testing your skills at fire lighting and holding or feeding baby wallabies. View and purchase some of the best Indigenous art and didgeridoos in the Northern Territory.
Interpretive experience for the family includes learning about Aboriginal Art and creating your own, learn to light fire with 2 special sticks, learn to throw a spear, hold or feed baby wallabies, view and purchase some of the best Aboriginal art. Includes wrist band with Manual Pamkal’s (guide) tribe embossed.
Days Operating: Daily
Season: May - Oct
Duration: 2.5 hours
Min Numbers: 4
Max Numbers: 40
Excellent sealed highway provides ease of access into Katherine, which is located about 300 kms south of Darwin on the Stuart Highway (about a 3 hour drive).