Visit Us

The spectacular landscape of the Roper Gulf region is unique due its extreme climate and remoteness, and there are a few things you need to consider when travelling through the area

Barunga Festival Dancers

Events

Keep up to date with the latest Council meetings, events and activities in the Roper Gulf region

Road to Minyerri

Travel

If you are planning to travel in the Roper Gulf region, please visit the official Road Report NT website for up-to-date road condition information on all Government controlled roads

Barunga Festival Dancers

Arts and Culture

Explore and connect with the Roper Gulf region by immersing yourself in the stories, artwork, and Aboriginal culture and traditions

Termite mounds

Weather

The spectacular landscape of the Roper Gulf region is unique due its extreme climate and remoteness

Map of Region

Map of Region

Our region runs from the Southern side of Kakadu to the Northern edge of the Barkly Tablelands, and from the Western fringe of the Stuart Highway to the Gulf of Carpentaria and Queensland border

Barunga View

Visiting Community

To visit an Aboriginal community in the Roper Gulf region, you are required to apply for a written permit through Northern Land Council (NLC)