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Night Fishing with Bundy

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Bundy’s Cultural Tours

On Bundy's tag a long night fishing tour you will experience marine life at night. More species can be seen at night and different corals will amaze you with their beautiful colours and splashes of light. Fish for bluebone, coral trout, mangrove jack, rock cod and blue line emperor to name a few. Bundy will bring along the spears for you to try traditional fishing methods.

Learn about the tides, how Bardi people read the stars and how they connect into the Dreamtime stories. Bundy will light a fire on the beach to show respect to his Elders and that fire will stay alight until you get back from fishing.

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$110

Insights into your experience

As the sun sets on a perfect day, meet Bundy’s mob at the Djarindjin Roadhouse before heading off for a spot of night fishing with a twist! This is a tag a long tour and a 4WD is essential. 

In the tag a long convey Bundy will lead you to his fishing place where you will join some of his family as you walk along the beach searching for rock pools to go spearing for fish and crabs. 

Bundy will welcome you to his area and you will discover many learning about the traditional fishing methods, how to throw a spear correctly to ensure you can catch a feed.  You will get to have a beach cook up if you catch a feed.

Bundy’s knowledge of his land and his people is inspiring and he loves to share many stories with his guests. He will share many stories with you including the connection we share to the beach and the moon at night time. Listen to the sounds of the beach, waves crashing or lapping and discover how we are all connected to the ancient landscape around us.
 

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide
Gear

You should bring

4WD
Camera
Hat
Repellent
Snacks
Spare clothing
Sunscreen
Towel
Walking shoes
Water bottle

Things to know

Tour departures are subject to tide times. 

Tag A Long Tour - 4WD Essential.

Bring along reef shoes, torch, mosquito and sandfly repellent, some snacks, water and clothes you are happy to get wet.

The tour runs for approximately 1.5 - 2hours pending on tides.

Tour Includes:

  • Aboriginal Guide
  • Fishing and equipment
  • Bush cook up with the night's catch.

Things to know:
COVID19 restrictions still apply to Aboriginal Communities please read signs.
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

Djarindjin Roadhouse, Djarindjin Junction St, Dampier Peninsula Western Australia.Please arrive 15 mins prior to departure time.

Location

Dampier Peninsula

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