Hot springs and geysers, Whakarewarewa Thermal Village, Rotorua

traditional Maori experience of the Whakarewarewa Thermal Village at Rotarua, on New Zealands north island, allowed us to get up close to the hot springs, and mud pools and to view the Pōhutu geyser from a short distance

Whakarewarewa Maori Living Village Tauranga NZ, Traditional Dances

we were entertained with the dancing and with a short description of the stories and traditions behind each one, we grew to understand the culture and history of these proud New Zealand people.

The Art Gallery, Carnarvon Gorge, QLD

Carnarvon Gorge’s rock art sites are believed to have been in use for over 3500 years with connection to the Bidjara and Karingbal Aboriginal people.

Carnarvon Gorge, the Main Gorge Track

follow Carnarvon Creek into the heart of the gorge under towering cliffs, across stepping stones in the creek and you will discover Aboriginal rock art and cultural sites, fernfilled gorges, breathtaking sandstone structures, rainforest pockets. A wonderful oasis in the outback.

Indigenous rock art, Northern Terrirtory

Angbangbang Gallery contains excellent examples of “x-ray” art, or art depicting the bones and organs of humans and animals