Prince Charles has been given a traditional indigenous welcome to Australia’s Northern Territory.
Arriving in Gove, Charles was handed a woomera – a traditional spear-throwing device – as he was greeted by aboriginal leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu.
He was then presented with a feather-stringed headdress and string basket before a colourful welcome ceremony featuring singing and dancing.
He will visit the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Arts Centre, which showcases the work of the indigenous community, including initiatives led by the Gumatj clan.
He is spending the final two days of his 16th tour of Australia in the NT.
Last Wednesday, he open the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and has spent time in Brisbane, Bundaberg, Cairns and Vanuatu.