Activities for visitors include visiting the first Aboriginal Mission, see the old mission
buildings, tour the Hermannsburg Watercolour Gallery, buy local Aboriginal art
including paintings, pottery,
souvenirs and Namatjira prints, and enjoy some refreshment in the Kata Anga Tea
The area at Hermannsburg today is known by its Aboriginal name Ntaria.
Hermannsburg is also the point from where you go off-road to visit the
Finke Gorge National Park, the famed
Palm Valley home to the
Red Cabbage Palm (remnants of a tropical rainforest), and the popular
The Western Aranda language is the traditional language used within the
precinct, passed on by ancestors to missionaries and taught to the children at
the old Hermannsburg Mission School. You can also view the Hermannsburg website
in Western Aranda.
In addition to our listed online travel guide
information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for
more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.