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Garma Festival

Join more than 2,500 attendees as they head to Gulkula — home of the Yolngu people in Arnhemland, Northern Territory — for the annual Garma Festival, the Aboriginal equivalent of the World Economic Forum held annually at Davos in Switzerland. Garma is Australia's most significant Indigenous event, and a model for self-determination, reconciliation, Indigenous knowledge sharing, transfer and exchange. It incorporates visual art, ancient storytelling, dance — including the famous nightly bunggul — and music, as well as other important forums and education and training programs relevant to cultural tourism, craft, governance and youth leadership.
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Gulkula, Arnhemland, Northern Territory