Australian Geographic


Art, people and place

Australin Geographic Managing Director Jo Runciman travelled north on Coral Discoverer to be immersed in the enthralling Indigenous cultures of northern Australia.

I WAS DELIGHTED to recently host a special Australian Geographic Coral Expeditions art-themed tour of Cape York and Arnhem Land. This was so much more than simply a visit to the Tiwi and Torres Strait islands. It was an extraordinary and immersive opportunity to meet and interact with the communities living there.

What my fellow travellers and I experienced was an intimate education on Australian Indigenous culture. We did this by exploring

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