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Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Arnhem Highway | Adelaide River NT, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
+61 89849282
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A truly memorable experience that gives a great insight into indigenous culture. Graham and his... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jeff P
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Sydney, Australia
Eye opening experience

Graham and Lynette and their lovely daughter Selina showed me and my friends more about my home... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
Michael K
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Want to learn about Northern Australian Aboriginal culture and way of life? Then this is a tour not to be missed, come with us, we will truly inspire you with our rich culture, from a bush tucker walk and talk through to throwing a spear as well as sharing our stories of how we use the land and how our people used the land. We will share with you the stories of why the plants are important as we follow the seasons hunting and gathering bush tucker and medicine. You will be our guest on our country, we will share our culture with you, our arms are open, we deliver our talks at a high standard and we thrive to be the best at it! All age groups are welcome, it's educational, fun, creative and importantly it's knowledge that that has been passed down for years and we want to share it with you! 2 hours with us and we will have you wanting more!!! We are fully 100% aboriginal owned and operated.
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Hours Today: 10:30 - 12:30
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Arnhem Highway | Adelaide River NT, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
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+61 89849282

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A truly memorable experience that gives a great insight into indigenous culture. Graham and his family explain away many misconceptions about indigenous culture. The experience is very empowering and the family are to be congratulated on what they have achieved in their enterprise so far

Thank Jeff P
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Graham and Lynette and their lovely daughter Selina showed me and my friends more about my home country and its indigenous people than I'd ever known. Graham is a man staying true to centuries of culture, extremely knowledgeable and friendly (and apparently one hell of...More

Thank Michael K
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 9 May 2017

Thank you for your feedback. We are glad you enjoyed the tour and the experience with our family. It is great when we can end a tour saying to each other that we wished the tour hadn't ended so soon! You and the girls were...More

Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

The journey with Graeme & Lynette was amazing & extremely empowering. Their connection, story and passion is second to none! As an Aboriginal man myself from the East Coast of NSW; I was (am) in awe of their continued unbroken 'Dreaming' that has been handed...More

Thank WanaruahGuri
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your review, it is amazing for us to know that people appreciate the experience with us. We have made some special friends over the years and we are glad that you are one of them, as it was our pleasure to have...More

Reviewed 6 December 2016 via mobile

I was even the only one who booked for the day (start of wet season)--he didn't cancel he took me around and did his usual thing--making it a private tour. He told and explained to me everything I wanted to know, and we went around...More

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LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hello littalwabbit, Thank you for your review, we are glad that you enjoyed the experience with Pudakul and Graham as your guide. We are also happy that your highlight was the time spent with Graham. Thank you taking the time to write a review, we...More

Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

I took my 5 and 6 year old. They were quite grumpy to start with as it was very hot. They quickly cheered up though. Our hosts were welcoming and more than happy to answer questions. The ochre and spear throwing were highlights for them...More

Thank VeronicaMerton
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 October 2016

Hi VeronicaMerton, We are glad you and your children enjoyed the experience overall. Yes it is getting very warm outside on some days because the guides are also feeling it but I must say we have some really lovely days too when you get the...More

Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

We really enjoyed the activities that were part of this tour... basket weaving, spear throwing, didgeridoo playing. Our hosts were knowledgeable and displayed an open and honest approach in the information they provided. They were lovely, kind people who happily shared their culture with us...More

Thank Andynjac
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 30 September 2016

Hi Andynjac, Thank you for your review, we are happy to hear that you enjoyed the experience with our family and how lovely and comfortable they made you feel on the day you visited and how very privileged you were with the overall experience. Your...More

Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

Such a worthwhile 3hr experience only 50mins from Darwin but don't rely on Google maps to find where to meet. Stick to the Arnhem Highway until you see the sign for the Pudakul turnoff. Like his father before him, Graham is now the elder of...More

Thank Spindl
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2016

Hi Spindl, Thanks a million for your detailed review, we are so happy that you enjoyed your recent experience with Pudakul and even happier that your children enjoyed it too. There is nothing like listening and sharing stories with a local and we are pleased...More

Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

Graham and Selina taught us so much about painting, basket and bag weaving, trees and materials, family and the importance of their cultural heritage. Both are great story tellers and have a wonderful sense of humour. We loved learning to use a woomera to throw...More

Thank NoCarpetRegret
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2016

Hi NoCarpetRegret, We are glad that you enjoyed your recent experience with us and thrilled that you have come on to TripAdvisor to review us a 5/5. We thrive to maintain to be our best even during the warmer months and really, really appreciate it...More

Reviewed 18 September 2016

Yesterday we enjoyed the aboriginal cultural tour (2 hours) with Graham and his daughter. It was so interesting, we were able to learn about basket weaving, some of the trees and their amazing uses for survival and the Didgeridoo. At the end of the tour...More

Thank Michaela K
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2016

Hello Michaela K Thanks a million for highly recommending our tour on TripAdvisor and for sharing your personal experience of your visit with us with others. We are glad you enjoyed the experience and would like to thank you for acknowledging the work the guides...More

Reviewed 7 September 2016

We scheduled our tour individually and were accompanied by a large organized bus tour group. Graham and his daughter were friendly and gave a very interesting and informative presentation of Aboriginal life. We truly enjoyed this and absolutely recommend it!More

Thank yia-yia-yia
LynetteK994, Public Relations Manager at Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2016

Hi yia-yia-yia, Thanks for your review and for highly recommending Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours to other visitors who maybe thinking of doing our experience, honest reviews like yours assure people that they can expect a great tour. Thank you for taking the time to review...More

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margaret0072015
We are arriving Darwin on Feb 23 on the Pacific Princess. Do you have a pick up at the cruise terminal for this tour & what is the price per person. We arrive at 7 & depart at 5.
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Response from JoeandMichelle M | Reviewed this property |
I answered this question about a day after, I suggest that you get in touch with Wayoutback tours in Darwin and they will let you know. The tour took us a day but we were incorporating this visit alongside our Litchfield... More
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