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Bush Tucker Walk with Bundy

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Bundy’s Cultural Tours

Join Bundy on a guided bush tucker talk through the grounds of Kooljaman at Cape Leveque on the Dampier Peninsula. Bundy is a proud Bardi man and very passionate about his people and shares stories of their land, culture and traditional hunting methods. You will learn some of the history that dates back some 40,000 years when the sacred song lines and places of the dreaming and connection to Country were the constant in tribal lore.

As you walk through the grounds of Kooljaman you can sample the abundance of seasonal fruit and enjoy the breathtaking scenery, as you learn about the seasons, bush medicines and local bush tucker.

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$50

Insights into your experience

Your guide Bundy will meet you at the front reception of Kooljaman at Cape Leveque.

While on Bundy’s tour you will learn about the seasons, bush medicine, local history, culture and traditions of the Bardi people.

This is an easy paced 45-60 minute walk with plenty of stops in the shade and at key sites of bush medicine and dream time story sharing. Bundy will explain the importance of the Bardi Seasons and the significance of birds, marine and local ecosystems as you walk along the boardwalk and down near the beach side to take in the stunning views. You will also learn why they divide their year up into six seasons (lalin) whose time length varies.

A fun and easy paced walk for the whole family.
 

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Camera
Hat
Repellent
Sunscreen
Walking shoes
Water bottle

Things to know

Tour departs daily at 8:30am or 3:30pm (depending on the time of year) from Kooljaman at Cape Leveque reception. 

The tour is approximately 45-60 minutes.

Tour Includes:

  • Aboriginal Guide

Things to know:

  • COVID19 restrictions still apply to Aboriginal Communities – please see attached information:

https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-remote-aboriginal-communities-travel#remote-aboriginal-communities-open-to-visitors 
 


Meeting point

Kooljaman Resort at Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula.Your guide will meet you at the front of the KooljamanResort reception 10 minutes before your tour

Location

Kooljaman Resort at Cape Leveque, Dampier Peninsula. Kooljaman is located 220kms north of Broome on the Northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Access is either by air or by 4WD vehicle.

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