Cape Arnhem Marine Debris

Join us for a remote journey to Northeast Arnhem Land, assisting the Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation with marine rescue projects.  Cape Arnhem is located at the tip of the Northern Territory, forming part of the spectacular North East Arnhem Land wilderness area.  This land is one of the last great unspoiled areas of the world and well known for its strong Aboriginal culture, towering escarpments, spectacular coastlines, wetlands and wildlife. The peninsula's wild coastlines and surrounding waters swarm with marine life and face continual threats from marine debris pollution. 

Working with the Dhimurru Rangers, participants will walk beaches along Cape Arnhem to collect, catalogue and dispose of marine debris. 

Cape Arnhem

Duration: 9 Days
Price from: A$1550 per person

Program inclusions: 
8 night’s accommodation •  return transfers from Darwin to Gove • experienced Conservation Volunteers guide and Dhimurru Rangers •  Yirrkala (Buku-LarrnggayMulka) Art Centre • all meals • maximum 7 passengers • permits • marine debris activities • local scheduled sightseeing 


Annual Marine Debris 2013

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"This trip was truly amazing, such a magical part of our beautiful country!  To be able to contribute as a volunteer was such a rewarding experience." S Campbell, August 2012

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