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Join Grant and Anne Riley on an experience in the bush garden at the Wuddi Aboriginal Art Gallery in the Golden Outback region of Western Australia. Your tour commences in the sunken bush food garden surrounded by native bush foods. Your guide Grant will welcome you in language and share his history, traditional artefacts, storytelling and cultural heritage of the area and its First People.
The ‘weitj’ (emu) was prized by the local Aboriginal people of the Dumbleyung area. Discover the various hunting techniques traditionally employed by the Wilman people to hunt this important source of food and how they were first to recognise the medicinal properties of emu oil. Travel in air-conditioned comfort on our 12 seater tour bus and visit an emu farm and see these majestic birds up close, learn about how emu oil is used today in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics and have the opportunity to purchase products direct from the farm.
Your guide Grant will welcome you in language and share his history, traditional artefacts, storytelling and cultural heritage of the area and its first people. Try your hand at roasting quandong nuts over the fire whilst sampling Anne’s modern twist of emu pate, homemade jam, bush damper and tea.
Travel in air-conditioned comfort on our 12 seater tour bus and visit the local emu farm. Located 11km from Kukerin. Visitors are able to view, walk with and feed the emus in their enclosed but natural bush setting as well as tour the incubator and hatcher and collect emu eggs in season. This is a unique experience that can be enjoyed by people of all ages with the opportunity to take photos and enjoy the natural surroundings. Emu products including emu oil, cosmetics, soap and carved and non-carved eggs are available to purchase.
This tour runs once a month on a Tuesday at 10am, please check book now button or enquire now for other available times with a minimum of 4 guests.
Tours start and finish at Wuddi Cultural Centre. Some of the drives between locations are one hour long. No toilets are on the bus. We encourage guests to use public toilets at locations and venues visited.
This tour operates with a minimum of 4 guests and a maximum of 12 guests.
Group bookings can be arranged outside of usual tour times.
Please note the Emu Farm is not Aboriginal owned. They work in partnership with Wuddi Aboriginal Cultural Tours to deliver this experience.
Lake Dumbleyung and surrounding venues.