Sand Beneath My Feet Cultural Walk

1.5 Hours
Minjerribah, Stradbroke Island
Culture & Nature
Year Round
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Join your local Quandamooka guide on a 90 minute cultural talk and walk around Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island), hearing stories and learning about Aboriginal connection to land and sea.


Point Lookout, Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island)

What to expect

Enjoy a guided cultural talk and walk to a range of beautiful locations to learn how the Traditional Owners of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island), the Quandamooka People, used plants and trees and connected with the ocean.

You'll take an easy beach walk to reach Adder Rock and enjoy the South Passage Dreamtime story overlooking the Coral Sea and across Mulgumpin (Moreton Island).

Learn about native food foraging and, depending on what the bush has to offer that day, you may also have the chance to sample some native bush tucker along the way.

What is included

This is a 90 minute experience that is available on regular set days from 9.00am.

This experience operates on a minimum of 2 adults and a maximum of 15 people.

Please contact us directly to organise group pricing for groups over 15 people.

Family rate of $180 is available for family of 4.

Low to medium fitness is required for this activity and comfortable shoes and clothing should be worn.

Own cost to travel to Minjerribah (see ferry information in 'Planning your trip' section below).

Tour cost includes your local Quandamooka guide and a Welcome to Country by a Traditional Owner.

Planning your trip

Ferry transport is at an additional cost. To book a passenger or vehicle ferry go to

The Ferry Terminal is at Toondah Harbour, Cleveland, and travels to the Dunwich Ferry Terminal on Minjerribah. Cleveland is about 40 minutes’ drive from the Brisbane CBD and is also serviced by trains to Cleveland, and local buses to the terminal.

Meeting point

Point Lookout, Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island)

What to bring

  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Wet weather gear (in case of rain)


Yura Tours

Yura Tours delivers outstanding cultural experiences showcasing the beautiful Island of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) and the surrounding Quandamooka Country.

Yura Tours is a 100% First Nations owned and operated business that has a deep connection to the land and sea, sharing respect and care for Quandamooka Country and making it a part of their everyday business as part of their role as caretakers of this land.

Elisha Kissick is the owner and founder of Yura Tours and is a proud Quandamooka mother, daughter and wife who enjoys living, working and playing on her Quandamooka mother Country on Minjerribah.

Elisha has travelled the world and has a passion for First Nations tourism and sharing her culture which has been passed down from her Elders.

This magical island is home to a rich cultural heritage, along with pristine beaches, charming clear bays, blooming bushland and stunning headlands. On Minjerribah, native wildlife thrives both on land and at sea and with Yura Tours you can expect to see turtles, dolphins, kangar