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Indigenous, Cultural & Spiritual Tours

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Wirruwana (Dirk Hartog Island) Dreaming Safari W.A.

3 day, 2 night exclusive escape to Dirk Hartog Island

  • Enjoy a boat trip to the Island looking for a variety of marine wildlife (aprox. 45 mins)
  • Explore the recent history and ancient cultural ties to this world heritage listed area
  • Discover untouched natural beauty and spectacular landscapes
  • Hike along the stunning rugged coastal cliffs
  • Learn about some of Australia’s most unique native wildlife species and conservation projects
  • Kayak and snorkel in crystal clear waters exploring shallow bays and reefs
  • Learn about local bush food, medicine and survival techniques
  • Sleep at the rustic Eco Lodge or camp on the beach under a blanket of stars

Tour Details

Availability: On Request, Min 2 Adults, Max 6 pax.
Duration: 3 days (2 nights),
Departure: Denham jetty every Friday @ 10.30am
Return: Denham Sunday @ 2pm
Price: On Request

Francois Peron Catch & Cook Safari W.A.

An overnight adventure in a unique and vibrant location with so much to do including:

  • Seeing breathtaking natural landscapes
  • Learn about bush tucker and traditional medicine plants
  • Learn about local Aboriginal culture & heritage
  • Snorkelling & swimming in crystal clear oceans
  • Amazing wildlife and bird watching
  • Camping under the stars
  • Didgeridoo around the campfire
  • Catch and cook your dinner
  • Forage for bush foods (when in season)

Tour Details

Availability: On Request, Min 4 Persons Required
Time: 2 days (1 night), 10am pick up, return after 3pm following day
Price: $825- Adults, $750 – Kids (2-16 years)
Departs: Pick up/drop off to your accommodation

Extended tour options also available (3 – 7 days)

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour.

Steep Point Wild West Safari W.A.

An overnight adventure to the most western point of Australia and enjoy experiences such as:

  • 4wd wilderness safari to WA’s most westerly point
  • Explore stunning rugged coastal cliffs and dune landscapes
  • Discover the country’s rich natural treasures through the eyes of your local Aboriginal guide
  • Learn about local bush food, medicine and survival techniques
  • Kayaking, swimming and snorkelling
  • Catch & cook your food at the beach
  • Camping on the beach under a blanket of stars
  • Hear ancient cultural stories around the campfire and the magical sound of the didgeridoo
  • Sandboarding on locla dunes

Tour Details

Availability: On Request, Min 4 Persons
Time: 2 days (1 night), start at 8.30am – return next day after 3pm
Price: $875 – Adults, $800 – Kids (4-16 years)
Departs: Pick up/drop off to your accommodation

Extended options available (3 – 7 days)

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour.

Hamelin Pool Stromatolites 4WD Tour W.A.

Breathtaking natural landscapes including Eagle Bluff and Shell Beach
Learn about bushtucker and traditional medicine plants
Learn about local Aboriginal culture & heritage
Snorkelling & swimming in crystal clear oceans (depending on weather conditions)
Amazing wildlife and birdwatching plus animal tracking and much much more

Tour Details

Availability: On Request, Min 3 Persons
Time: 8.30am – 4.30pm
Price: $250- Adults, $200 – Kids (2-16 years, under 2 years free)
Departs: Shark Bay Visitor Centre or free pick up/drop off to your accommodation in Denham
(transports from and to Monkey Mia available – $50 transfer fee applies per booking)

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour.

The Rocks Aboriginal Dreaming Tour (Illi Langi) NSW

Be touched by the most ancient human culture on earth on a 90-minute leisurely walkabout with an Aboriginal guide in The Rocks, and journey into Dreamtime, the culture of Aboriginal People.

This leisurely walkabout around The Rocks uncovers the authentic history of the Aboriginal people’s saltwater heritage within Sydney Harbour, their land and water use and their spiritual connection to the adjoining waterways and foreshores.

Aboriginal guides will demonstrate how this place we now know as Sydney continues to weave the Dreamtime Southern X text into it’s modern, built up environment. Discover how to experience contemporary Aboriginal society right in the heart of cosmopolitan Sydney today.

Drawing upon knowledge populated from the oldest ecologists, conservationists, wildlife carers, botanists, astronomers, climatologists and marine biologists on the Earth today, the guides will explain how this ancient wisdom continues to reveal itself within the English settlement of The Rocks.

This is much more than a Tour Itinerary. Discover how we all belong to Country. Don’t MISS This Experience!

Coach Sightseeing Tour (Wyanga Malu) NSW

Today whilst Planet Earth’s entire systems risk ecological collapse Dreamtime Downunder Southern X holds the key to Earth Mother’s (Wyanga Malu’s) oldest human memories of the Natural Lore. Discover how this Natural Lore informs the living seasonal and sustainable conservation protocols for all people and for future global generations.

Enjoy a 4 hour immersion on a living Dreamtime cultural trail visiting sites of significance, rock engravings, and fauna and flora across metropolitan Sydney and the surrounding landscape to learn how Aboriginal people maintain their cultural connection. Experience first hand how to always walk on and travel through country, whether in the city or the outback, with a deep respect.

Welcome to Sydney’s Dreamtime (Ghurryungun) NSW

Discover Sydney’s Dream Time identity through an Acknowledgement and Welcome to Country as Aboriginal people invite you to visit these places and spaces, to ask our Dream Time Custodians to guide and watch over you as you walk, sleep and travel across our waters and skies and the land we affectionately call ‘Down Under’.

Receive a traditional scenting from Earth Mother via white ochre or experience a mini smoking experience to develop an appreciation of the Ceremony and it’s origin, purpose and relevance to modern Aboriginal People and how to walk on country with respect.

Tailored for Inbound Tourism Operators who co-ordinate ground support for services in Sydney Guest Arrivals from either overseas or intra-state at Sydney International or Domestic Airports and the Overseas Passenger Terminals.

Illi Langi – Tailored for schools

The Rocks Aboriginal Dreaming Tour NSW

For schools only.
A 90 minute walkabout connecting students to nature based ways Aboriginal people have used land, water and skies since creation to modern day – in The Rocks.

Experienced Aboriginal Teacher Margaret Campbell is also a Culture holder of Dreamtime Knowledge. An Elder from Dunghutti Jerrinjha Nations (NSW) Margret designed illi Langi tour content with Sydney & NSW Aboriginal community groups and education staff to connect school curriculum to share with students and teachers.

Students and Teachers will learn about Aboriginal people’s origin history through the Dreamtime eyes. hear about Dreamtime characters from our ancient past (sun, moon, water, lands) in creation stories, and role models during the English contact period: Patyegarang, Bungaree, Colebee, Arabanoo, Pemulwuy Bennelong and their roles and responsibilities during the colonial settlers arrival in The Rocks, Circular Quay, Parramatta River, and Harbour. Students explore the science in the shapes of boomerangs and other tools, music clap sticks, fishing equipment, shells, seasonal calendar of native plants, rubbish and caring for mother earth.

 

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