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Tag-along Tour - Quandong Beach

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Jarndu Ngaank Tours

Join us for an unforgettable cultural immersion on Ngumbarl/Jabirr-Jabirr Country. Follow Aunty Pat Torres, a local Custodian of the area, on a 45 minute drive in your own 4 wheel drive vehicle to the northern beaches of Broome (90 minute return trip), combined with a 2.5 hour immersive experience.

This is a hands-on experience. You will get the opportunity to participate in building a traditional ground oven, cooking fish the traditional way in paper bark and making damper. While the delicious bush tucker ‘feed’ is cooking, Aunty Pat will share with you the powerful Dreaming stories of the area. After morning tea it’s on to learning the Snake Dance and some words in the local language.

Insights into your experience

This is a tag-along tour to Quandong Beach.

Meet at the Women’s Centre in Broome before heading off in convoy to Ngumbarl/Jabirr Jabirr Country. Travel along the red dusty roads and visit the country, seeing the wild native fruit trees and animals.

Once at the culturally significant site you will be greeted with a Welcome to Country, Smoking and Water Ceremonies. These ceremonies will allow you to learn and reflect deeply about Aboriginal culture, the oldest continuous living culture in the world.
Enjoy as you participate in prepping the ground oven for your bush tucker feed, learn stories and dance of this beautiful country Pat calls home.

This is a hands-on experience as you get to learn traditional cooking and dances.

Inclusions

Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Camera
Hat
Sunglasses
Sunscreen
Walking shoes
Water bottle

Things to know

This 4 hour experience runs from April to October each year. 

Scheduled departure:

  • Tour departs once a month at 8am from the Women’s Centre, Broome. Please click the Book Now button to check times and availability. 
  • This tour runs for approximately 4 hours.

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

Nagula Jarndu Women's Arts and Resource Centre 3/12 Gregory St, Broome WA 6725 Please arrive 15 mins prior to departure time.

Location

Quandong Beach (also known as Quondong Beach
Waterbank WA. 50km north of Broome.

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