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Coastal Cultural Adventure Tour with Bundy

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Bundy’s Cultural Tours

Enjoy a 4WD tag along tour with Bundy and his family on the Dampier Peninsula, 200km north of Broome. Learn about the region’s history and hear the Dreamtime stories of the Bardi people.

Try your hand at spearfishing, mud crabbing and learning how the seasons and tides guide the Bardi people on what bush foods are in season. Walking through the mangroves, spearing for fish, crabbing, line fishing and cooking your catch are all part of these hands on and interactive experiences. Bundy is generous with his time and knowledge of his land and people is inspiring.

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$110

Insights into your experience

A wonderful experience driving in your 4WD in convoy along beaches and exploring mangroves and fishing spots that you would not normally be able to find without a local Traditional Owner. Spend some time with Bundy and his family. Learn about the region’s history and hear the Dreamtime stories of the Bardi People. Try your hand at spearing a fish or a mud crab. Maybe even catch lunch. 

Conquering sand hills and tracks to find your way to beautiful destinations on the beach and during the season you can get lucky and watch the whales breaching as you park up on top of the sand hills with a great vantage point for looking out across the bay.

Keep your eyes peeled for the marine life including manta ray flying out of the estuary waters, stingrays, a huge variety of fish and much more.
 

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide

You should bring

4WD
Camera
Hat
Repellent
Snacks
Sunscreen
Walking shoes
Water bottle

Things to know

Tour departs Djarindjin Roadhouse at 8:30am. The tour is approximately 3-4 hours in duration. 

Tag A Long Tour - 4WD Essential.

Includes:

  • Aboriginal Guide
  • Beach catch and cook up
  • Traditional fishing spears for fishing 

Things to know:
COVID19 restrictions still apply to Aboriginal Communities – please observe signage in the area.
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

Departs Djarindjin Roadhouse at 8:30am. Djarindjin Roadhouse, Djarindjin Junction St, Dampier Peninsula Western Australia.Please arrive 15 mins prior to departure time.

Location

Dampier Peninsula

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