Southern Cross Cultural Walk

3 Hours
Dampier Peninsula - ARDI, Western Australia
Catch & Cook
April to September
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Join Bardi-Jawi man Bolo Angus and his family on an inspirational journey through Country at Lullumb on the Dampier Peninsula, in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Learn about Bardi-Jawi culture and experience hunting and gathering techniques passed down through generations.

During this three hour walk you will experience the mangroves, paperbark forests, salt plains, creeks and drink from a sacred freshwater spring. Bolo will explain and demonstrate the use of various native plants, show you how to find fresh water and bush tucker. Discover how the Bardi-Jawi people use the Country and tides to determine the seasons and how this dictates their hunting and foraging patterns.

This is a hands on experience and filled with plenty of laughter and lots of little surprises along the way from nature and your charismatic guide Bolo.

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Lullumb, off the Cape Leveque Road. Meet just north of the Djarindjin airstrip. You will find the Lullumb and Mudnunn turn off where your guide will meet you. Approximately 8km south of Cape Leveque at Kooljaman.

What to expect

The Southern Cross Cultural Walk is approximately three hours in duration. The experience requires a medium level of fitness and a 4WD to reach Lullumb.

Bolo will welcome you to Bardi-Jawi Country and guide you through a fascinating cultural journey as you make your way across the changing landscapes back to Lullumb, the spectacula