Of staggering size – 91,000 square kilometres – and filled with varied landscapes, Aboriginal-owned Arnhem Land is well worth spending some time in. In the middle of Australia’s northern coast, its boundaries are beautiful ones: Kakadu National Park, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria. So the landscapes here include wild and wonderful coastlines, isolated islands, sprawling savannah and tangled rainforests. It’s a heavenly mix, with superb sport fishing on offer for keen anglers and spectacular scenery for just about everyone else. Art lovers will find some of the Territory’s best-known Aboriginal artists here, with their work displayed at beguiling local galleries. Traditional Aboriginal culture remains largely intact – the small population of this big place is predominantly indigenous – and their ancient territory remains incredibly unspoilt to this day.