Kaya Cape Experience

1.5 Hours
Margaret River, Western Australia
Culture & Nature
Year Round
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Join tourism award winning guide and business owner, Wandandi man Josh Whiteland. The Wadandi people ‘forest people by the sea’ live within the ‘Cape to Cape’ region in the South West of WA.

Your 1.5 hour Kaya experience begins with a Welcome to Country, followed by a short 200 meter walk around Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse as your Wadandi guide interprets the landscape. This tour concludes with a live didgeridoo music demonstration.


Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse precinct

What to expect

Learn about the deep connection the Wadandi people have to the Cape to Cape region.

Our Kaya tour is wheelchair accessible and begins with a ‘Welcome to Country’. Your guide will escort you on short (200m round trip) walk around Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, where you are surrounded on three sides by oceans, interpreting the landscape to you through the eyes of an
indigenous custodian.

Next, gather at a private Meeting Place for an interactive experience with an artefact interpretation and a didgeridoo music session.

For groups with more than 10 guests a gourmet BBQ with native food tastings is available as a lunch or dinner option. Enquire now for further information.

What is included

This is a 90 minute experience departing from the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse precinct.

Lunch or dinner option available to groups 10+. Please enquire now for more information.

Wheelchair accessible

Meeting point

This tour departs from Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse precinct; 1267 Cape Naturaliste Road, Naturaliste, WA Please arrive 10 mins prior to departure time

What to bring

Comfortable walking shoes
Water bottle.
Cameras are welcome on tour but video and voice recording devices are not permitted.


Koomal Dreaming

Tourism award winning Koomal Dreaming is owned and operated by Wandandi man Josh Whiteland. The Wadandi people ‘forest people by the sea’ live within the ‘Cape to Cape’ region in the South West of WA.

“Koomal” meaning brushtail possum, is the traditional name and totem for Josh chosen for him by his Wadandi elders. Born in Busselton, WA.

Josh grew up surrounded by family, culture and a deep understanding of connection to country. Josh provides leadership programs for Aboriginal youth at risk and disengaged students and believes that prevention is better than a cure and through education you can make a difference.

Josh also enjoys sharing this knowledge and passion for food with visitors and chefs from around the world which has led to opportunities to work with leaders in this field in film, on location and at events.

Passionate, learned and spiritually aware, Josh has a personal commitment to sharing his knowledge of his culture and lore with visitors. It is for this reason he created ‘Koomal Dreaming’ in 2007 so that he could communicate his connection with his land and his people with guests from Australia and around the world.

Koomal Dreaming’s product portfolio includes:

Welcome to Country
Music Performances
Cultural Awareness and Education Programmes

Ready for an experience you won't forget?