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DHURRA-GA-RRA: Journey Through Aboriginal Culture

There are many ways to learn and connect with the diverse Aboriginal cultures found throughout the Murray River region:

  1. Locally Guided Tours: Immerse yourself in the rich history and traditions with a knowledgeable guide.

  2. Cultural Trails: Explore galleries and attractions that showcase Aboriginal art and heritage.

  3. Road Trips: Venture through World Heritage-listed national parks like Ulupna Island, Gorbram Falls, Winton Wetlands, or further into Beechworth.

Create unforgettable memories and share your experiences. Your journey awaits—experience the profound beauty and cultural richness of the Aboriginal heritage. Book your adventure today!






Experience the magic and history of Mooroopna, a remarkable Cultural Landscape cherished by Aboriginal people. Join our guided tour to explore awe-inspiring sites, including a 400-year-old birthing tree, lava flow riverbed, and freshwater inland beaches. Immerse yourself in Dreamtime stories and enjoy a guided tour through stunning National Parks. Book your trek today and step into a world of wonder and tradition!


What to Expect:

  • 400-Year-Old Birthing Tree: Stand in awe before this ancient tree, a symbol of life and continuity, where generations of Aboriginal people have welcomed new life into the world.

  • Lava Flow Riverbed: Witness the raw beauty of the land shaped by ancient volcanic activity, offering a glimpse into the powerful forces that have molded the landscape over millennia.

  • Freshwater Inland Beaches: Explore serene inland beaches that provide a peaceful retreat and a perfect spot for reflection and connection with nature.

  • Dreamtime Stories: Be captivated by the enchanting Dreamtime stories shared by our knowledgeable guides, bringing to life the myths, legends, and spiritual heritage of the Aboriginal people.

  • Guided National Park Tours: Traverse through stunning National Parks, including Chesney Vale National Park, Ulupna Island, Gooram Falls, and Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site. Discover breathtaking wetlands, directional trees, caves, waterfalls, and diverse wildlife along the way.

At Jukurrpa, we are dedicated to providing an authentic and enriching experience that honors the traditions and knowledge of the Aboriginal people. Whether you are seeking adventure, cultural enrichment, or a deeper connection with nature, our tours offer a journey like no other.

Book Your Trek Today: Step into a world of wonder and tradition with Jukurrpa. Experience the magic and history of Mooroopna and create memories that will last a lifetime. Join us on this unforgettable adventure and connect with the ancient spirit of the land.



Welcome to Country

Day 1

2. 00pm : Arrival

Arrive at you accommadtion and be greated by your host and guide. Then settle in to your deluxe accommodation for the night.


Lake Mokoan

Scar Tree trail and hand dug water well.

Day 2

9.00 am : 

Heading from Mooroopna we follow the women's business trail, bringing us to Lake Mokoan there you will learn about men's business around inication


Gooram Falls

Learn about how  local people trapped fish.

Day 3


Euroa. A series of two cascades in "Yera-O" which means joyful  separated by a flat section of volcanic lava flow. Here you will see serval canoes carved in the tree surrounding the area.


Yeddonha Aboriginal Cultural Site 

SHHH we are entering sacride sit of the Yeddonha people.

Day 4

9.00am :


Boasting many significant areas including a rock shelter and bush tucker area. The site is of particular archaeological importance as it features an Aboriginal red-ochre painting


Ulurpna Island

Time to say farewell to your guide.

Day 5


Final treak towards Cobram.“Gulpa Gaka Anganya – Gaka Yawal Ngulla Yenbena Yorta Yorta Woka,”  We farewell you with a inland beach for a swim or just wide down– come walk  along the shores of Barmah National Park.  

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Kaiela Arts

Oportunity to buy a gift from the local people

Day 5

 Our finish the day off with returning back to Shepparton. And a opportuinty to buy local and support Aboriginal artists.

Camping at Festival
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