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    Discover The Aborigines

    In Australia, it is above all the culture of the "native people", the Aborigines, which arouses most interest in travellers. After having been persecuted for a long time, the Aborigine people, although not returning to their rightful place, are gradually managing to assert their identity in Australian society. As well as traditional items, such as the boomerang and didjeridoo (a wind instrument made out of a eucalyptus branch), Aborigine artists also produce traditional works (paintings on bark and sculptures representing "dreams") as well as plays, ballets or contemporary music.

    © Corbis / age fotostock Aboriginal hunting
    Aboriginal hunting

    The "Bush Tucker" or Man of the Tribe is responsible for harvesting and hunting.

    Marina Bolow / 123RF Cave paintings
    Cave paintings

    The Aborigines left behind a large number of cave paintings, especially in Carnavan National Park.

    Ilia Torlin / 123RF The Tjapukai Aborigines
    The Tjapukai Aborigines

    Tjapukai is about 15 mintues away from the city of Cairns.

    Colin Coomber / 123RF Painting with dirt
    Painting with dirt

    The Aborigines used paint made of dirt to create images.

    Nico Smit / 123RF The paintings at Kakadu National Park
    The paintings at Kakadu National Park

    Kakadu National Park appears on the UNESCO World Heritage list for both its cultural and natural value.