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Weekdays & Weekends

3 days

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Discover the Aboriginal culture of west and central Kimberley through this one-of-a-kind, spiritual tag-along tour. The Aboriginal history of the region will enrich your perception about the Indigenous way of life.

Be guided by the renowned Aboriginal painter, poet and storyteller, Edwin Lee Mulligan, in this unique spiritual journey. This tag-along tour will finish in Fitzroy Crossing, spanning for 3 days and 2 nights.

Tour starts from Broome, drive along the Great Northern Highway and through “the road less traveled" Yungngora Community (Noonkanbah)—the back road of the Fitzroy Valley.

The tour itinerary is as follows:

Day 1: Departing from Broome, you’ll have a rest stop at Willare and then visit the Old Boab. Lunch will be held at the Erskine Range. After that, you’ll engage with the Yungngora community where you can meet their elders. Experience a smoking ceremony, as well as sharing cultural knowledge and stories. You’ll stay on the Sandy Bank for some fishing and overnight camp. 

Day 2: Your second day starts with breakfast and early-morning fishing if you want to. You’ll then head to Mulligee (Goanna dreaming place) for photo opportunities, stories and bird watching activities. Next stop will be River Fork for morning tea and site visit. The tour will then proceed to the Yakanarra Community where you’ll drop in to see the old yard, lookout, and have your lunch break. Walmajarri Cultural tour will follow. And lastly, the tour will head to the Old Cherubin Station for dinner and overnight camp.

Day 3: Visit Gogo billabong for morning tea where you can take photos and listen to stories. From here on, you will head to Fitzroy Crossing and approximately arrive at noon.

Tour price is $700 per person. There is a minimum requirement of 20 people and maximum of 30 people. The tour will leave from Broome Visitor Centre at 8:00 AM on the scheduled day of departure.

 

You can book this tour easily with In2Culture. Simply click the ‘Book Now’ button, enter your desired date and number of people. Create your free In2Culture user account (recommended) or proceed as Guest to enter your credit card into our secure system with your booking. When the supplier confirms the booking, your credit card will be processed  and you will receive the booking confirmation by email. If the supplier declines your booking you will not be charged and you will receive an email declining the booking.

1 Hamersley St, Broome WA 6725, Australia

This is a tag-along tour that will cover mildly-rough and off-road terrains. A 4WD vehicle is necessary. Tour guests will need to self-cater for this journey and bring their own swag/tent for sleeping. Covered footwear must be worn at all times.

The tour will depart from Broome Visitor Centre which is located at 1 Hamersley St, Broome WA. It is about 23 hours drive from Perth.

By Self-drive

From Perth, the visitor centre is accessible via National Highway 95 and National Highway 1. 

If you are planning to do a campervan holiday, you can hire a campervan. Check out Campervan Hire Perth.

By Bus

There is a direct bus departing from Wellington St Forrest Place R10 / Y14 and arriving at the centre. Services depart twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday. Travel time takes approximately 34 hours.

By Air

The fastest way to get from Perth to Broome is to fly. From the Broome airport, you can walk your way to the centre for 12 minutes via Macpherson St and Coghlan St.