Sometimes, in order to learn, you need to slow down and shut up. Which is exactly what my TV crew and I were told to do when we entered the sacred ceremonial grounds at in North East , the home of the Yolgnu clan for more than 50,000 years.

While flying along the red dirt road to the campsite for the festival, I carefully read the “behaviour protocols” provided by the foundation. They state: “Remember you are on land and entering time.

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