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Whoop Whoop Walk About Tours.

Walkabout Cultural Adventures - Private Tour

Curious about Indigenous Australian culture, but don’t know where to start? Here is a simple and vibrant introduction to knowing a bit more about Aboriginal history in Australia.

Aboriginal Culture Show

Experience

The Modern Australian Walkabout

A contemporary Australian walkabout is an immersive Aboriginal cultural experience for travelers.

With Craigmuir Lake House host Avalon as your guide, visitors learn the traditional customs and practices that kept the Aboriginal communities alive in the region.

The Walk

Step gently on country where lessons about natural foods, traditions, eduction and customs await.

Visitors receive instruction in fire starting, yabby catching learning how to use traditional tools, along with an opportunity to tell their own story on the canvas of making a Traditional Damper. Additionally, you will be introduced to Bush tucker, allowing visitors to sample this native Australian treat. While once a rite of passage for only Aboriginal men, women, and children.

Whoop Whoop walkabout has opened a window into the World's oldest and most beautiful culture that everyone can experience.

Come try one out and be guided through Lotjpatj Natjan Danak. WintonWetland, (Mokoan).

Attendees of a bush tukka cooking class, preparing traditional Aboriginal dishes using native ingredients
A workshop in progress, with participants learning to craft traditional Aboriginal items such as boomerangs and clapsticks.
Native Australian Cuisine
A breathtaking sunrise over the tranquil Craigmuir Lake, setting the scene for a day of adventure and discovery

What to bring:

  • Hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Camera

  • Swimwear & towel

  • Water bottle

  • Insect repellant

  • Comfortable walking shoes e.g. reef walkers

JUKURRPA works collaboratively with a traditional custodian in this region on Kanny Goopna country and Lotjpatj Natjan Danak, Mokoan Reserve.

 

Larger Groups?

Your host is a qualified TAE40116 trainer in Bush Medicine, educational programs, and eco-guide tours. Connecting you, your family, friends, and work colleagues to local food, traditions, sacred sites, and educational programs.

Workshops and talks are available at your office, lecture hall, center, or school providing

- 1-3 hour walks, talks, and foraging workshops are typically

   Priced between $120- $245 per person.

   Budget experience for 30 minutes $85 per person

- Group sizes maximum of 10  people.

- Groups smaller (than 10) or larger (than 10) can be negotiated by request.

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