His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has received a warm welcome at Nhulunbuy in north-east Arnhem Land, for his first visit to the remote region.

It is the sixth time Prince Charles has visited the Northern Territory, with a history of royal visits to the Top End before him, including a 1956 stop by Prince Philip when he went crocodile hunting.

Landing at Gove Airport, Prince Charles met with Northern Territory Administrator Vicki O’Halloran, Chief Minister Michael Gunner, Senator Nigel Scullion and Gumatj leader and land rights advocate Dr Galarrwuy Yunupingu.

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