Garma Festival of Traditional Cultures is Australia’s largest Indigenous cultural gathering, taking place over four days at the end of July / beginning of August in northeast Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory. Hosted by the Yothu Yindi Foundation, Garma is a celebration of the cultural traditions of the Yolngu people, and a major community gathering for the clans and families of the Arnhem Land region. The event showcases traditional miny’tji (art), ancient story-telling, manikay (song), and bunggul (dance).
2022 dates: July 29-August 1
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