In Pictures: Aboriginal welcome for Charles on Australia tour

The Prince of Wales has visited an indigenous Aboriginal community on the final leg of his tour of Australia.

Charles was presented with a Malka feather headdress as he was welcomed to East Arnhem Land in Australia's Northern Territory.

(Phil Noble/PA)
The prince talks with an indigenous leader during his visit (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles puts his mulka string headband into a string basket called a bathi (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles puts his mulka string headband into a string basket called a bathi (Phil Noble/PA)
A participant wears sunglasses during the traditional welcome ceremony for the prince (Phil Noble/PA)
A participant wears sunglasses during the traditional welcome ceremony for the prince (Phil Noble/PA)
Dancers perform for Charles (Phil Noble/PA)
Dancers perform for Charles (Phil Noble/PA)
The ceremony took place at Mount Nhulun in Nhulunbuy (Phil Noble/PA)
The ceremony took place at Mount Nhulun in Nhulunbuy (Phil Noble/PA)
The prince even joined in at one point (Phil Noble/PA)
The prince even joined in at one point (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles receives a woomera, a traditional spear thrower, from Galarrwuy Yunupingu, an aboriginal leader (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles receives a woomera, a traditional spear thrower, from Galarrwuy Yunupingu, an aboriginal leader (Phil Noble/PA)
He also took part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala (Phil Noble/PA)
He also took part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles talked with artists at the centre (Phil Noble/PA)
Charles talked with artists at the centre (Phil Noble/PA)

The centre is located in Yirrkala, a small Aboriginal community on the northeastern tip of the top end of the Northern Territory. #RoyalVisitAustraliapic.twitter.com/06k1fjEQhf

-- Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) April 9, 2018

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