I am wondering if it's possible for a traveller in Australia to immerse in aboriginal culture, or Torres Strait Islander culture.
By "immerse" I mean stay in a traditional aboriginal area where people speak the language on an everyday basis and generally live to some degree or other in a traditional way. Maybe including staying with a family and being taught some traditional skills or otherwise participating in daily life.
I'm from Australia and work in tourism and I think it's safe to say most Aussies would have no idea if you can do this. But it's a big country and we're pretty ignorant of our native culture.
For me the language aspect is important. I do know the most actively maintained indigenous languages in Australia are in Central Australia (Pitjantjara, Arrernte, Warlpiri) and Torres Strait (Kala Lagaw Ya). I also believe that traditional culture and language is practiced in Arnhem Land by the Yolngu people. But I have no idea about the state of tourism in those areas.