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Reddell Beach Women Only Tour

YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER

Jarndu Ngaank Tours

Join Aunty Pat Torres who has family connections to Djugun, Yawuru, Nyul Nyul, Bard, Jabirr Jabirr and Ngumbarl people in and around the Broome region, West Kimberley for a transformative experience. Aunty Pat is a writer, artist, illustrator, educator, bush tucker specialist, and most significantly a Djugun/Jabirr Jabirr female Elder and custodian of her ancestor’s cultural stories and connection to Country.

This women’s tour provides female visitors with the opportunity to come together and learn about local culture, history and Country. Aunty Pat will share the intricate stories, nature and beauty of women’s Aboriginal culture in a two hour immersive Broome experience exclusively for women.

Insights into your experience

Meeting first at the Mary Minyarl Centre in Broome before heading down to Reddell Beach by car (a vehicle is required, 2 wheel-drive is suitable) and taking a short (easy grade) walk down the pathway to the beach. Here is where you will be immersed in a Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony and Water Ceremony. Aunty Pat will take you through each of these ceremonies explaining their meaning and the positive impact it can have on your personal well-being.

Following these ceremonies Aunty Pat will share with you women’s stories of this culturally significant site, including a short walk up the beach. Sample some bush tucker refreshments such as Rosella or Davidson Plum cordial and sweet treats, specifically known for their healing properties for women’s health. The tour will conclude with learning some language words and a question and answer session will complete this powerful cultural immersive experience.

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Camera
Hat
Sunglasses
Sunscreen
Walking shoes
Water bottle

Things to know

This 2 hour experience runs from April to October each year. 

Scheduled departures:

  • Tour departs once a month on a Saturday at 4:30pm from the Mary Minyarl Centre, Broome. Please click the Book Now button to check times and availability. 

Please ensure you bring appropriate clothing and protection from sun, wind or rain.

Included:

  • Aboriginal guide
  • Bush tucker samples and bush tea
  • Traditional Welcome to Country
  • Smoking and Water Ceremony

Meeting point

Mary Minyarl Centre, 20B Clementson Street, Broome, WA 6725. Please arrive 15mins prior to departure time.

Location

Reddell Beach Broome WA 6725

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