On Country In Arnhem Land Life in Arnhem Land is rapidly changing but forever the same. Occupants have had to adapt to contemporary ways of living while attempting to maintain traditional values and knowledge. For generations, Governments thousands of kilometers away, have been making decisions on Aboriginal policy with little or no community consultation. Landowners continue to struggle for a voice on policy and decisions made that directly affect their lives. It’s a clash of civilisations – Where American rap music competes with the didgeridoo, the seductive pull of town life contends with the traditional homelands and white man’s law undermines respect for the elders and their ancient laws.