Tour cost starts from $2,800 per person for a 7-day experience (Land Only)



Culture College Arnhem Land Aboriginal Corporation is a social enterprise established to support the charitable objectives of the Hooker Family Foundation and the East Arnhem Land region, to inspire and educate secondary school students and empower the next generation of Australia’s leaders.

Students and parents (optional) are immersed for 7-10 days in an education and recreation program in a safe environment in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia, one of the most culturally intact and pristine regions left on Earth.

Culture College Arnhem Land Aboriginal Corporation offers unique programming opportunities for educational groups, starting from 15+ students/staff up to our Year Group program which offers cultural exchange opportunities for 100+ students/staff

The Immersion will provide those who come with privileged access to, and interaction with, the Yolŋu people and their lands of which they have been the traditional owners for over 60,000 years. The programs are tailor-made for each school’s requirements and the personal development needs of your students.



For Australia to be united, culturally enhanced and stronger. A country led by a new generation of Australians who are global citizens: well educated, culturally dynamic and environmentally sensitive.





  • L. Janusz Hooker

    We were inspired and searched the country for a suitable location to establish a permanent 'Kids to Culture' campus and a social enterprise to sponsor Aboriginal youth education programs sustainably over the long term.

    Hooker Family Foundation, The Scots College and Redlands alumnus

  • Djawa ‘Timmy’ Burarrwanga

    We are very excited to expand our existing student cultural exchange programs with Culture College. Bringing additional sustainable activities to the Homelands, make these traditional lands more attractive for Yolngu to come back to their country which is critical for the preservation of our culture and our people.

    Bawaka Homeland, Elder, Gumatj clan, Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians