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SHARING OUR STORIES

Family and sharing is central to Yinggarda culture.
Sharing stories and passing on knowledge generation after generation has kept our culture alive and strong for tens of thousands of years. Today, we are proud to share our ancient culture with people from all over the world. Our cultural protocols run deep and respect for cultural knowledge and sacred places requires that in some places, visitors are accompanied by a culturally appropriate guide.

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Tagalong Town Tour

This two-hour tour is a great introduction to the cultural side of Carnarvon. Tag along in your vehicle as Rennee takes you to visit various sites across Gwoonwardu. Journey with the convoy hearing Rennee share her story of Gwoonwardu and take part in a Sand Ceremony. Along the way we will search for seasonal medicine and food. Samples of traditional seasonal foods will be provided.

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Star Story Tours

Mobile phones and devices off, clear your mind and let your eyes adjust to the natural light of the night sky. Nowhere else is the vastness of space laid bare, than beneath a clear Gascoyne night sky. Miles away from the light pollution, the billions of stars in our night sky slowly come into focus. Lay back and gaze up at the night sky as your Yinggarda guide shares star stories and traditional…

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Come See The Bees

This two-hour tour is a great introduction to the Yinggarda people and their culture. At certain times of the year the bush here is ablaze with colourful and delicate wildflowers and in early spring, hidden claypans erupt with the frenzied mating season of the (Moogadgurrah) Burrowing Bees. The walking tour takes visitors through the heritage trail, along the way learning some Yinggarda culture as…

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Town Walking Tour

The easily accessible walking tour takes visitors on a moderate walk across the town bridge to the pristine floodplains at the mouth of the Gascoyne River. Along the way hear stories of traditional Yinggarda life and the impacts of colonisation. Visit an area abundant in traditional bushfoods, medicine plants and wildlife. At certain times of the year the bush here is ablaze with colourful and…

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Mingah Munda

Walk amongst the prehistoric landscapes of Mundatharrda (Kennedy Ranges) and hear the Ant Dreaming story connected to Honeycomb Gorge (Mingah Munda), a place of great spiritual significance to the Yinggarda people.

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Seasonal Tours

The traditional lives of the Yinggarda people have been governed by the changing seasons for millennia. At different times of the year, certain foods are in abundance, while seasonal indicators like the bees emerging from their burrows or wildflowers blooming, signal the arrival of a new season. Each of our seasonal tours are located in and around Carnarvon making them the ideal add-on to the…

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Book a Tour

All tours are subject to a minimum number of guests. Minimum number per tour varies, this information can be found above on our website. All bookings are made on request. Wooramulla reserves the right to alter rates, times, and tour content due to seasonal or cultural circumstances.

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