Djinang Cultural Walking Tour

1.5 Hours
Hervey Bay, Queensland
Culture & Nature
Year Round
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Connect with the culture of the local Butchulla people when you walk in the footsteps of a local Butchulla Guide at Hervey Bay on the Fraser Coast of Queensland. Discover the significant sites in Hervey Bay and K’gari (Fraser Island) such as important gathering places, where to find bush tucker and learn the story of creation first hand.

Location

Great Sandy Straits, Hervey Bay, Queensland

What to expect

Take a walk in the footsteps of a local Butchulla man.

The Djinang Tour is a unique cultural journey that connects visitors with Aboriginal culture and history of the local Butchulla people, offering a new appreciation and perspective of the oldest living culture in the world.

During your walk you will discover many significant sites to the Butchulla people in Hervey Bay and K'gari (Fraser Island). This is a great opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of this beautiful location, discover important gathering places, bush tucker and hear first hand the local story of creation.

What is included

This 90 minute guided tour tour departs from the Great Sandy Straits Marina on select days at 8:30 am.
Bookings are essential and the tour operates with a minimum number of 6 people.
Moderate fitness is required.

Meeting point

Hervey Bay Eco Marine Tours. Great Sandy Straits Marina Terminal. 17 Buccaneer Drive, Urangan (Opposite Cafe Balaena)

What to bring

Camera
Sneakers
Water bottle
Wet gear
Hat and sunscreen
Water Bottle

YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER

Hervey Bay Marine Eco Tours

Hervey Bay Eco Marine Tours is a family business passionate about marine life and Indigenous culture. They have combined their love of these two passions to give their guests the opportunity to connect with the beauty of the Great Sandy Straits and the local Butchulla Culture.

Offering a range of tours with Butchulla guides, Hervey Bay Eco Marine Tours take their guests to experience and snorkel the pristine and healthy reef and explore the local islands of the Sandy Bay Straits while learning about sustainability, the dreamtime stories and the local lore of the Butchulla people.

Ready for an experience you won't forget?