Southern Cross Cultural Walk Lullumb was established in 2018 and is owned and operated by Bolo Angus and his family from Ardyaloon community in the Kimberley region. Join Bardi, Jawi man Bolo and his family on an inspirational journey through his traditional Country on the Dampier Peninsula, 200km north of Broome at Lullumb.
Bardi and Jawi people are gaarra (saltwater) people. Bardi people are from the mainland of the Dampier Peninsula and islands immediately offshore from Ardyaloon (One Arm Point). Jawi people are from the islands further east, including Iwany (Sunday Island). Both Bardi and Jawi people share and practise the same law. The whole of Bardi and Jawi Country is culturally significant from the different plants and animals that live there to the many significant sites and places which are interconnected through songlines and stories that refer to mythological beings and places far afield.
Bolo is strong in his lore and culture which has been passed on to him by his grandfather, and he is passionate about keeping these traditions alive for future generations to follow.
Share the secrets of Bolo’s ancestral homeland at Lullumb, where the bush meets the sea.
Customised tours are available on request
Cultural Dance group bookings available on request