Discover the diverse landscapes and hidden treasures of WA with the traditional custodians of this land. There is a range of tours encompassing mudcrabbing, hunting and rock art.
Bursting with opportunities to learn more about Australia’s Indigenous culture. The Mimbi Caves are in the heart of Gooniyandi country in the Kimberley – you can learn to appreciate the beauty of ancient rock art and petroglyphs, and all about the caves’ importance to the Gooniyandi people, with Girlooroo Tours.
The Indigenous communities own and operate many of the tours in the Kimberley, such as Kimberley Dreamtime Adventure Tours, which is owned by the Jarlmadangah Burru Aboriginal Community.
Wandjina Tours has a range of activities – depending on weather conditions and guest fitness – and can include visits to Cyclone Cave rock art site, a freshwater swim, and possibly humpback whale sightings.
The Shark Bay Heritage Area is a good spot to learn about the local Indigenous culture. Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventure Tours explores the ties of the Nhanda and Malgana Aboriginal people to Gutharraguda (the Aboriginal name for Shark Bay).
Indigenous Tours WA lead Indigenous Heritage Tours through Kings Park and, on the weekend, offers an Indigenous Heritage Tour of Fremantle that includes the story of Yagan (The Warrior) and Midgegooroo (The Elder of the Beeliar people).
Kepa Kurl is the Aboriginal name for Esperance, and Kepa Kurl Eco Discovery Tours offers a selection of eco-cultural charters, ranging in length from two hours to overnight, and filled with great opportunities to learn all about the local Aboriginal culture.
Based in Bunbury, Koomal Dreaming allows visitors to experience Wardandi and Bibbulman country in the company of Wardandi man Josh Whiteland. For cave lovers, the Twilight Didgeridoo Cave Tour and the Ngilgi Cave Cultural Tour are essential.