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Min Min Tour - Minyarr Park Broome


Mabu Buru Tours

Open your eyes to the country and world of the Yawuru people on this Broome tour in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Join Johani as he offers an informative guided walk along Broome’s Birndany trail. The trail is located in the Minyirr Buru conservation park, an area traditionally known as a place of healing for its abundance of plant medicine and bush foods. On the 1.2 km walk, visitors learn about Minyirr Buru’s native flora, taste bird flower nectar and listen to Yawuru dreamtime stories. Make sure you look out for the ancient dinosaur tracks in the coastal areas of the park, a must-see on Johani’s tour.  

Insights into your experience

Your guide Johani will pick you up in the comfort of the Mabu Buru Tours 4WD or you can tagalong in your own 4WD.

Minyirr Park is a very special place that has a coastal birragun (bushland) and nyiamarri (sand dune) system, a place of great significance for the Yawuru and Djugun people abundant in native flora and fauna. Traditionally known as a place of healing, Minyirr Buru is an area of cultural and ecological significance. The park is both a Yawuru Conservation Estate and an Indigenous Protected Area.

Discover animal tracks that make patterns in the dunes, mostly lizards, snakes and ghost crabs. You never know what you will encounter, so expect the unexpected.

You will also experience a short, leisurely beach walk to see some dinosaur tracks (tide dependent). One of only a few places in the world where there is a strong link between dinosaur tracks and Indigenous creation stories.

Learn about plants traditionally used for medicine, food and making tools along with discussions about Yawuru culture, country and history. 

“Balancing Yawuru traditional knowledge with Western science gives me a unique perspective in my work as a qualified Indigenous Ranger. I encourage all people to experience our spiritual and physical connection to country and spread understanding of Aboriginal culture.” - Johani Mamid


Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Walking shoes

Things to know

This 2.5 hour tour runs from Monday to Friday each week. Weekend bookings are possible by enquiry.

The tour begins at 8:30am or 3:00pm and runs for approximately 2.5 hours.

Maximum 4 people per tour unless you are a Tagalong Guest which means you are joining the tour in the comfort of your own vehicle. Tagalong is only possible by request. Maximum tagalong guests per tour is 6.   

What to Bring
You will often be walking under the open sky so make sure you have a hat, some sun protection, closed in footwear, a camera and a sense of adventure!

What’s included:

  • Aboriginal Guide
  • Travel in Mabu Buru 4WD up to 4 pax. 
  • Pick up from Broome accommodation on request.

Corporate and Private Group Bookings possible by enquiry.

Meeting point

Pick up from accommodation OR your guide will meet you at Minyirr Park, corner of Gantheaume Point and Gubinge Road Broome WA (approximately 10km from Broome). Please arrive 10 mins prior to departure time


Minyirr Buru conservation park.

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