- Departs from:
- CVA Office The Transit Centre, Shop 7a/69 Mitchell Street, Darwin
- Departure time:
Cape Arnhem - Nhulunbuy (Gove)
Naturewise Eco Escapes contribute to priority on-ground conservation efforts. Working with the Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation and Conservation Volunteers this voluntour supports the annual Wanuwuy marine debris clean up program. Alongside Dhimurru Aboriginal rangers we walk along Wanuwuy beach (Cape Arnhem region) to collect, catalogue and dispose of marine debris. During the first half of the trip you will be walking the beaches daily to collect marine debris before spending the last few days cataloguing and recording data on the collected debris. The data is sent to Tangaroa Blue to determine the source of pollution and guide strategies to aid pollution reduction. This tour is run in partnership with the Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation and Conservation Volunteers Australia.
Transported from Darwin in a sideward-facing air-conditioned 4WD
Depart Darwin for a full day of travelling to Bulman. Set up camp and prepare dinner under the stars.
Travel to Nhulunbuy, also referred to as Gove, a remote community located on the Gove Peninsula. We arrive in the late afternoon and settle into our accommodation.
Each day we will travel by 4WD to remote beaches – where we undertake marine debris clean-ups alongside the aboriginal rangers from the Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation. Clean-up activities will involve walking along the beaches daily to collect marine debris before sorting and cataloguing the collected debris. There is also time to enjoy some of the local sights and stunning East Arnhem Land sunsets. Local activities include the Gayngaru Wetlands Interpretive Walk, Marika Lookout, Wurrwurrwuy (Garanhan) Macassan Beach Interpretive Walk, and Yirrkala (Buku-Larrnggay Mulka) Art Centre. BLD
Today we depart Nhulunbuy for our return road journey to Bulman. Set up camp and prepare dinner again under the stars.
Final road trip back to Darwin. Expected arrival time back into Darwin is approximate 5.30pm.
8 days 7 nights
7.30am CVA Darwin Office
5.30m CVA Darwin Office
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