After the excitement of last week’s by-the-skin-of-their-teeth recovery at Lorella Springs, Jase and Simon move on to Arnhem Land. They are invited to a ‘Welcome to Country’ ceremony by the traditional owners and even get to take part.
Then it is time to hit the beautiful waters off the Gove Peninsula. They’ll fish for their dinner if anything tasty bites.
Back on land, their local guide takes them on the hunt for some bush tucker. They find some food in unexpected places.
Later, Jase and Simon get introduced to another local tradition, didgeridoo making. Both the carving and the playing are art-forms they probably won’t perfect this trip.
The next day, they are itching to get back in the water and launch the big boat from Nhulunbuy, the gateway to the Arafura Sea. After they’ve had their fun with the rod and reel, they later do some crab collecting from shore.
All 4 Adventure thanks the traditional owners of this amazing part of the country, for sharing their culture, hospitality… and tucker.
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