Twilight Didgeridoo Cave Tour
Josh “Koomal” Whiteland conveys stories of the Dreaming spirits that connect us to his traditional country. Here visitors will experience a uniquely memorable didgeridoo performance, providing a deep connection and lasting memories.
Ngilgi Cave, 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282. 260km South of Perth
What to expect
A focused, heart-opening 90 minute cultural tour with powerful Aboriginal learnings.
Enjoy a short guided bushwalk identifying traditional medicine plants and learn local Noongar knowledge about the region.
Next, venture into Ngilgi Cave where the good spirit Ngilgi dwells to hear Josh relate the Dreaming legends with his unique way of storytelling. Ngilgi Cave features stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and shawl formations.
Here, deep inside the earth, Josh delivers a mesmerising didgeridoo performance in the stillness of the cave. Guests say it is an experience to treasure for all time.
As you depart the cave, you’re likely to see a glowing WA sunset to seal the memory.
What is included
Tours depart from the front of the Ngilgi Cave ticket office.
A seasonal tour designed to commence at 4:00pm or 5:00pm when the cave shuts to the public for the day allowing private access to Ngilgi Cave. Available at other times of day upon request.
Please note that tours require a minimum of 4 people to operate. Click on the Book Now button to see available dates or Enquire Now regarding your preferred travel date.
- Cave entry fee.
- Aboriginal Guide
Please be aware that whilst the walking tracks are graded as easy, there are some sections that are sandy and a little rocky which can be challenging for some prams and mobility aids.
Planning your trip
Transport to and from Ngilgi Cave is not included in pricing and is by own arrangement.
Bus bays, car parking and toilet facilities are available at pick up and drop off point at Ngilgi Cave.
Tours depart from the front of the Ngilgi Cave ticket office, 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA. Please arrive 10 mins prior to departure time
What to bring
Comfortable walking shoes
Cameras are welcome on tour but video and voice recording devices are not permitted.
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Tourism award winning Koomal Dreaming is owned and operated by Wandandi man Josh Whiteland. The Wadandi people ‘forest people by the sea’ live within the ‘Cape to Cape’ region in the South West of WA.
“Koomal” meaning brushtail possum, is the traditional name and totem for Josh chosen for him by his Wadandi elders. Born in Busselton, WA.
Josh grew up surrounded by family, culture and a deep understanding of connection to country. Josh provides leadership programs for Aboriginal youth at risk and disengaged students and believes that prevention is better than a cure and through education you can make a difference.
Josh also enjoys sharing this knowledge and passion for food with visitors and chefs from around the world which has led to opportunities to work with leaders in this field in film, on location and at events.
Passionate, learned and spiritually aware, Josh has a personal commitment to sharing his knowledge of his culture and lore with visitors. It is for this reason he created ‘Koomal Dreaming’ in 2007 so that he could communicate his connection with his land and his people with guests from Australia and around the world.
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