Things To Do

Gove Boat Club

The Gove Boat Club is the sailor’s gateway to the Northern Territory. Located in Melville Bay – 12 kilometres from the town of Nhulunbuy, at the top of the Gulf of Carpentaria – the club caters to local and visiting yachts as well as local boating enthusiasts. Facilities at the Gove Boat Club include a dining venue and bar, not to mention one of the best sunset views in the...

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Gove Peninsula Surf Lifesaving Club

During the dry season, The Surf Club bar is the ultimate relaxing spot for a social mingle on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons. Friday night BBQs are voluntarily run by members of the club and everyone is welcome to join in on the fun. It’s a fantastic example of the amazing sense of community we have here in East Arnhem Land. The location of the club grounds offer a spectacular view...

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Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre

The Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre in Yirrkala is one of Australia’s premier Aboriginal art centres. Buku-Larrnggay meaning is “the feeling on your face as it is struck by the first rays of the sun (i.e. facing East)”. This Aboriginal owned art centre was established in 1975 and supports the Yolngu people of Yirrkala and more than 20 homelands in region. The Yolngu artists from this...

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Culture College Arnhem Land

Culture College is an Arnhem Land-based Indigenous cultural and outdoor education immersion program tailored for secondary school students and their parents (optional) designed to simultaneously educate and inspire our ‘leaders of tomorrow’ and to invigorate the local homeland economies in the Northern Territory of Australia. 7 to 10 day standard programs with duration and activity...

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Garma Festival

The Garma Festival takes place every August at the Gulkula Yolgnu Ceremonial site. Garma incorporates visual art, ancient storytelling, dance – including the famous nightly bunggul – and music, as well as other important forums and education and training program programs relevant to cultural tourism, craft, governance and youth leadership. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable...

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Gove Sports Fishing Charters

Enjoy a fishing trip over the reefs or a deep sea fishing tour with the stunning Northern Territory coastline as your backdrop. Target a variety of fish species including Barramundi Cod, Mackerel, Coral Trout, Red Emperor, Golden Snapper, Jew Fish and Queenfish. This area is one of the least fished in Australia and can offer you the most unique fishing experience from Nhulunbuy. Gove Sports...

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Walkabout Lodge & Tavern

At the Walkabout Lodge & Tavern you’ll be within a short 5-minute stroll of Nhulunbuy township. Highlights at this beachfront lodge include 2 restaurants, 2 bars/lounges, and an outdoor swimming pool. The Lodge provides guest accommodation and  function facilities to cater for weddings, small to medium conferences and seminars and other special events. A camper trailer park with 12...

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The Arnhem Club

  The Arnhem Club is set along the banks of the Arafura Sea with scenic views of Town Beach. Enjoy award-winning dining at Macassans Restaurant or choose to eat on the run at Kools Takeaway.  The Arnhem Club (or the ‘Arno’ as locals like to call it)  has an impressive Main Bar and Sports Bar with TAB and Keno facilities, plus gaming machines. Enjoy free live entertainment...

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Gapuwiyak Culture & Arts

  Gapuwiyak Culture & Arts Centre is located in the stunning, remote community of Gapuwiyak, also known as Lake Evella, located 120km west of East Arnhem Land. The Art Centre sell locally produced art work and house their own collection. Their Media center has a growing archive of old and new media relevant for the community . Artists get support through the use of tools,...

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Lirrwi Tourism

Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism offers a range of Aboriginal cultural experiences for Corporate visitors to the East Arnhem Region. There are day touring options out of Nhulunbuy to some of the closer Aboriginal homelands as well as extended overnight experiences at the more remote homelands. There are many Aboriginal homelands scattered across the East Arnhem Region and Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism is working...

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Milingimbi Art & Culture Centre

The Milingimbi Art & Culture Centre is located on an island community off the coast of East Arnhem Land, 206km west of Nhulunbuy with a population of around 1,000. Milingimbi Arts supports the long tradition of creative and cultural works including bark paintings, carvings and weaving. Many of Milingimbi’s artists both past and present are represented in collections...

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Three C's Café

The Three C’s Café is found ‘uptown’ in the Captain Cook Shopping Centre – just a 2 minute drive from Endeavour Square (endearingly referred to by the locals as ‘downtown’). This café is the place to be on any given morning of the week. Their beautiful outdoor setting provides a comfortable place for friends and families to catch up and enjoy the subtle sea...

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Peninsula Bakery & Café

The one and only Peninsula Bakery & Café provides the town with a hot supply of bread, pies and other goodies, made fresh every day! These guys offer some of the tastiest homemade pies you’ll ever come across. There is certainly no shortage of sweets, including buns, eclairs, donuts and their latest ‘cronut’ – all of which are fit for any sweet tooth. They also offer...

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Munch and Crunch Café

  Munch and Crunch Cafe has been a popular spot amongst locals for many years. They boast the best coffee in town and you simply can’t go past one of their legendary milkshakes. They offer a large variety of foods, from Thai & My Fried Chicken, to scrumptious sandwiches. Situated between Woolworths and The Post Office, their location is a convenient place to stop for a bite to...

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