Oolin Sunday Island Cultural Tour
Explore tranquil, unspoilt locations and learn about the cultural and environmental significance of this spectacular marine reserve just two hours’ drive north of Broome, on the Dampier Peninsula in Western Australia. The remote Kimberley coast is an untouched wilderness rich in Aboriginal culture.
Join Jawi woman Rosanna Angus on a journey that began thousands of years ago through what is today known as the Middle Passage. Pass through the whirlpools where you can experience the power of some of the world’s biggest tidal waters and learn how these massive tidal currents were used by the Jawi people to hunt, fish and trade. Abundant with wildlife, the sheltered Buccaneer Archipelago and King Sound are nurseries for humpback whale calves and three types of dolphin.
Cygnet Bay, Dampier Peninsula, WA. Approximately 2 hours north of Broome. Please note a 4WD vehicle is needed on the Pearl Farm Road.