Seven Spirit Bay,
Seven Spirit Bay is located on the Cobourg Peninsula, in the Aboriginal Arnhem Land, and is part of the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park which covers an area of 4,500 square kilometers (1,737 square miles). The park preserves dunes, marine life, sea grass meadows, sandy beaches, coastal grasslands, rainforests, swamps, mangroves, lagoons and coral reefs. Part of the park is an internationally important wetland. Aboriginals have been living in the area for over 40,000 years and four tribes – the Agalda, Muran, Madjunbalmi and Ngaindjagar – are found in the area today. With spiritual links to the land and sea, these clans believe that their ancestors from the Dreamtime created all this magnificence. The Black Point Cultural Centre across the peninsula features a display of Aboriginal, Macassan and European histories of the area.