Join our tour and camp at our Mount Anderson bush camp for a night under stars in domes and swags in the beautiful Kimberley on our traditional aboriginal land. Our 1 night (2 Day Culture Tour) departs on Mondays. Dry season 12 May - 19 Oct 2014.
Monday nights only.
You will be camping in Jarlmadangah country, Mount Anderson Station. The red ridges of Mount Anderson are your back drop as you camp surrounded by the Kimberley bush and historic remains of the old Mount Anderson station. This site is well off the well trodden tourist trail, so far off that we will need to drive you there by 4WD. This 2 Day Culture Tour (1 night) includes all of your food, transport from Broome accommodation or Willare Bridge Roadhouse, camping equipment (2 man tent or swag each), sunscreen and insect repellent.
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6.30am Depart from your Broome accommodation and travel through Kimberley cattle country, entering Nyikina (pronounced Nig-a-na) land.
Enjoy a coffee break at Willare Bridge Roadhouse (approximately 8.30am) and pick up any additional guests.
Travel to Jarlmadangah community Cultural Centre for a warm welcome. Meet your guides and other local community members and learn about some history, culture, skin groups, tools, weapons and art followed by a lunch and a walking tour of the community.
Then onto a rock art gallery enjoying billy tea, damper and dreamtime stories.
Off to Mount Anderson station to set up camp.
Travel 5 minutes down the road to the billabong for spot of afternoon freshwater prawn (cherabyn) fishing before returning to a BBQ dinner and camp fire.
Marvel at the sunset and open sky as you camp under the stars in domes and swags.
6.30am Rise to a lovely cooked breakfast then break camp.
A short walk to historic Mount Anderson Station to discover the buildings and remnants that remain amongst the newer buildings used now.
Experience a 2.5 hr camel trek at Mount Anderson Rock Hole for a swim and morning tea while learning about bush tucker, tracking skills and bush medicine.
Return to enjoy a freshly made lunch.
End your tour by visiting the stirring and historically significant Lynungoodjung cave to hear dreamtime stories of Woonyoonboo and more over afternoon tea.
3.30pm Depart for Broome stop at Willare Bridge Roadhouse (approximately 4.30pm) for a short break and say goodbye to any guests, before arriving back at approximately 6.30pm.
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You will certainly meet us! This is our home. We are the traditional owners of the land and proud to invite you to share in a piece of our culture and hear our stories. We are always a little shy at first but once we get warmed up you won't shut us up!
We are a 100% Australian aboriginal owned and operated business. All of the profits from our tours are reinvested back into our community – the very place where we live and our children live.
Otros aspectos destacables
This tour also includes a 2 1/2 hour camel trek.
We are unable to transport children under the age of 7.
Fitness level recommended: Average to Moderate
A minimum of 2 and maximum of 14 people are needed to operate this tour.
This is a real bush experience operated by the traditional owners of the land. All we ask is that you have an open heart and mind and you will have a wonderful experience.
You should bring with you hat, closed in shoes (long pants and gators are useful through long grass), sunglasses, camera, bottle of water suitable for top up. Bring extra clothes, toiletries, towel, bathers, warm jacket, pillow/sheet and torch. 10 kg max luggage (soft bag preferred).
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