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Garma Festival of Traditional Cultures is Australia’s largest Indigenous cultural gathering, taking place over four days each August in northeast Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory, Australia. 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).

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Garma Festival of Traditional Cultures

Events

Garma Festival 2019

Garma Festival 2018

Garma Festival 2017

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