Groote Eylandt holds many secrets for fishermen, amateur photographers, explorers and nature lovers alike. Secret coves, cliffs, sandy bays and reefs are all best discovered by boat. Inland jungle tracks are perfect for hiking or biking.
We sincerely hope you enjoy your time on Groote Eylandt, however please be aware that permission is required prior to research, film or photography that could lead to commercial activities or publication. Publications that are unauthorised may lead to mental harm, physical injury or have other serious repercussions amongst Anindilyakwa people.
To ensure the best possible legal protection for the Anindilyakwa People and to safeguard their intellectual property, the ALC will generally assume copyright over any design, text, graphics, logos, icons, sound recordings, photography and film generated with the aim of commercial production or research publication. Apart from any use as may be permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), none of these things may be reproduced without the prior written consent of the ALC.
This legal protection also extends to bush tucker, bush medicines and local bio-pharmaceuticals, accessed from cultural knowledge. We simply ask that you Respect the traditional knowledge, wisdom and wishes of our Senior People, their ancestors and the generations to come.
Visit the Anindilyakwa Land & Sea Rangers at Pole 13 to organise your Recreation Permit or to find out more information about Land Access Permits, please see the below information sheet: