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Connect with culture at Mayali Mulil Festival

12 August 2022

You are invited to gather on Murumburr country, to immerse yourself in traditional culture at the 2022 Mayali Mulil Festival on Friday 26th - Sunday 28th August, 2022.
Camp under the stars and share in the worlds’ oldest living cultures, in one of the Territory’s most unique and intimate festivals. 
Located in Kakadu National Park, Mayali Mulil is a gathering of people, country, culture and enterprise with an aim of achieving sustainable balance between two worlds.  A three-hour drive from Darwin, the Aboriginal-run festival is open to people of all ages. 
The festival will feature family and community activities including: Welcome to Country, learn traditional dancing, Indigenous music, guided walks and talk on Country, art exhibition celebrating local artists and bush tucker. 
You can also take part in a cultural workshop, either pandanus weaving, bark painting, didj and clapstick making, spear borndok making and pluck a goose.
Stay on-site at Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp in an eco-hut, or camp with your caravan, campervan or tent in our unpowered sites with shower and toilet facilities. 
“Mayali Mulil is about bringing people together to talk about some of the issues, showcasing our culture and tradition. Visitors can come and participate, share, connect and form long-term friendships”, said Mandy Muir (Festival Curator & Director; Kakadu Billabong Safari Camp)
Festival pass tickets are on sale now:
Kids under 10 are free. Photo contributed.