Brendan Chaquebor, known as ‘Bundy’, is a Bardi elder of the Djarindjin community on the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome. Djarindjin community people were once part of the Lombadina Catholic Mission, during the 1980’s the Federal Government instigated the homeland movement, and the old people that were living on the sand dunes and around the mission decided they wanted to have their own community.
Bundy’s passion in life is upholding traditional knowledge, law and culture and he shares this through his tourism experiences on Bundy’s Cultural Tours which the family started in 2015.
As a Traditional Custodian, Bundy lives a contemporary but traditional Aboriginal lifestyle and his culture is very much a part of his everyday life. His tours provide an opportunity for visitors to meet with him and his family.
Join Bundy on his fishing tour and witness how the local Bardi people use a native plant to stun fish and learn about the reef and the fascinating marine life. Take a walk with Bundy on a bush tucker tour and discover the local use for many of the native plants in the area. While on Bundy’s tour you will learn about the local history, culture and traditions of the Bardi people.