Things To Do

The Kamayan Café

For fresh and healthy food with a modern approach, look no further than Kamayan Cafe! While they specialise in Southeast Asian cuisine, you can find anything from Vietnamese rice paper rolls to crispy fish and chips. Their diverse menu range caters for everybody.  For more info, check them out on Facebook: Kamayan Cafe

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Gove Pizza & Takeaway

Gove Pizza & Takeaway is open six nights a week to cater for all your pizza cravings! If you’re not in the mood for pizza, be sure to check out their deliciously authentic Thai menu. For further information, give them a like on Facebook: Gove Pizza & Takeaway    

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Anindilyakwa Arts & Cultural Centre (Groote Eylandt)

Anindilyakwa Arts & Cultural Centre was established in 2005 by the Anindilyakwa Land Council to help local artists promote and sell their artwork. The art centre is located at the Groote Eylandt Lodge (Dugong Beach Resort). Groote Eylandt is a small island south-west of Nhulunbuy township and is on aboriginal reserve land. Groote Eylandt Lodge is working with the Anindilyakwa people, to...

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Gulkula "Garma" Corporate Venue

  This is the site of the Garma Festival, normally held in the first week of August. It is located about 30 minutes from the township of Nhulunbuy on the Central Arnhem Highway. The site is on the edge of an escarpment with views out to the coast and it is close to the northern beaches and Cape Arnhem. Generally the site is not open for individuals to camp, however, corporate group bookings...

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Elcho Island Arts

Elcho Island Arts is an Aboriginal community-owned art centre in Galiwinku, 150 km north-west of Nhulunbuy. The community’s artists produce a wide range of traditional craft and fine artworks, utilising materials collected from surrounding bushland and beaches, continuing a tradition of many thousands of years. The island is also the home of musician Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu and the Chooky...

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World War II Historic Sites

Numerous allied Air Force bases were established across the Arnhem region during World War II and many of the communities are within easy access of the old air strips, bunkers and the wrecks of aircraft that were shot down during the war. During World War II, the Gove Peninsula was a key in the defence of northern Australia. Three operational air squadrons were based here: 83 Squadron –...

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