Cultura aborigena

La cultura aborigena australiana e quella degli indigeni dello Stretto di Torres rappresentano una delle società viventi più antiche del pianeta e la loro complicata storia e pratiche tradizionali possono essere conosciute in tanti modi in tutto il Queensland.

Che siate interessati a scoprire meglio l'arte aborigena, a esplorare il bush o semplicemente ad aggiungere un pizzico di cultura alla vostra vacanza, assicuratevi di avere il tempo di spuntare alcune di queste attività consigliate dalla lista delle cose da fare assolutamente.

  • Approfondite in prima persona questa cultura unica e imparate le tecniche tradizionali, come la raccolta e la preparazione del bush tucker (cibo del bush) o il lancio del boomerang.
  • Andate nel bush e imparate come sopravvivere lontano dalle strade battute, durante un tour in 4x4 con una guida aborigena.
  • Ascoltate le storie dietro l'arte contemporanea e le pitture tradizionali rupestri lasciate dalle generazioni precedenti.
  • Andate al Parco nazionale di Carnarvon, dove i siti di arte rupestre del parco rivelano la storia aborigena.
  • Si ritiene che il Parco nazionale di Lawn Hill abbia avuto una delle occupazioni più lunghe e ininterrotte da parte degli aborigeni, risalente ad almeno 17.000 o persino 30.000 anni fa.
  • Visitate Thursday Island. Oltre a essere uno dei posti migliori per la pesca, vi potrete scoprire la cultura insulare degli abitanti delle Isole dello Stretto di Torres.
  • Di ritorno sulla terraferma nel Queensland tropicale settentrionale, potrete partire per un'avventura in fuoristrada negli antichi siti aborigeni di Capo York, visitare il Centro informazioni della Foresta pluviale di Daintree o procurarvi del pesce fresco come da tradizione nella Grande Barriera Corallina.
  • Potrete persino coccolarvi con trattamenti benessere ispirati agli aborigeni nella bellissima Foresta pluviale di Daintree.

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