YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
During our tours, Delta Kay will share significant places and you will hear local history and traditional stories. There are opportunities to learn Bundjalung language and about bush food, natural medicine, tools, weapons and artifacts.
Guests can expect to hear about Aboriginal existence before colonisation, including how Arakwal Bundjalung people cared for and preserved the land. Delta also explains the devastating impact of settlement and displacement on Aboriginal people. She teaches Bundjalung language and provides information about bush food, natural medicine, tools, weapons and artefacts.
During the tour guests often see an abundance of wildlife, such as dolphins, wallabies and fairy wrens to name a few. From coastal rainforest to crashing waves and rocky cliffs, the views on this tour are truly special.
The Broken Head Aboriginal tour is a 90 minute walking tour, a moderate 1.6km return walk.
This tour is available Friday afternoons, starting at 4:00pm.
Please note that children must be accompanied by their parent or caregiver on this tour.
Things to Bring:
We highly recommend that guests wear appropriate shoes and have a water bottle, hat and sunscreen.
We also suggest that you bring binoculars, especially in winter and spring as there are great opportunities to spot migrating whales.
3:30pm Pick-up (if you are using our transfer service)
4:00pm Guided tour begins at Broken Head Nature Reserve.
5:30pm Guided tour concludes
5:45pm Drop off (if you are using our transfer service)
Getting there and Transfer Service:
During July 2022, we offer a free pick-up and drop-off services for guests within 6km of the Byron Bay CBD. If you would like to use this service, please provide your pick-up address when you make your booking. Our pick-up time is 3:30pm.
This tour takes place at Broken Head (184 Beach Road, Broken Head NSW 2481). The meeting place is at the start of the ‘Three Sisters Walking Track’ which is next to Broken Head Holiday Park. Please be aware that you will need to pay for parking within Broken Head Nature Reserve and it can be busy, so it is important that you allow enough time to find a car park.
Broken Head, Byron Bay Shire, New South Wales