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Yawuru Cultural Tour with Crocodile Feeding


Mabu Buru Tours

Experience a Yawuru Cultural Tour followed by a Crocodile Feeding Tour in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Mabu Buru Tours will take you on a very personal journey that explores Yawuru Culture through Country, nature, history, lore and traditional knowledge. You’ll discover secrets of nature hidden in plain sight throughout the landscape of Cable Beach to Roebuck Bay, taste seasonal fruits, encounter local wildlife and enjoy a private viewing of the feeding of the local resident crocodiles at the Crocodile Park.

Insights into your experience

Visit Minyirr Buru, a protected and sacred area for the Yawuru people, abundant in native flora and fauna whilst yarning with Johani about Yawuru culture, Country and history. Learn about Minyirr Buru’s native flora, taste bird flower nectar and listen to Yawuru Dreamtime stories. Make sure you look out for the ancient dinosaur tracks in the coastal areas of the park.

After exploring the surrounds of Broome on your cultural journey you will be treated to a very unique crocodile feeding experience at The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park located just 15 minutes drive from the town. Witness Johani hand-feeding giant saltwater crocodiles that are over 5 meters long.

If you're brave enough, you can also hold a baby crocodile!

“Balancing Yawuru traditional knowledge with Western science gives me a unique perspective in my work as a qualified Indigenous Ranger. I encourage all people to experience our spiritual and physical connection to country and spread understanding of Aboriginal culture.” - Johani Mamid


Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Walking shoes

Things to know

This 3 hour tour runs each week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 

On Wednesday and Thursday the tour runs from 9:00am to 12:00pm. On Fridays the tour runs from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.(May to October) and 3:00pm to 6:00pm (October to April) .

*Weekend bookings are possible by enquiry.

Maximum 4 people per tour unless you are a Tagalong Guest which means you are joining the tour in the comfort of your own vehicle. Maximum tagalong guests per tour is 6.   

Pick up from your accommodation or an address at your request.

What to Bring
You will often be walking under the open sky so make sure you have a hat, some sun protection, closed in footwear, a camera and a sense of adventure!

Meeting point

Your guide will meet you at Minyirr Park, corner of Gantheaume Point and Gubinge Road Broome WA. Minyirr Park, , Broome WA (approximately 10km from Broome) Please arrive 10 mins prior to departure time


Minyirr Buru Conservation Park and Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, Broome WA.

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