For a real outback adventure, let the traditional landowners show you the wonders of this sun-kissed land.
Tours range from four wheel drive camping tours to leisurely bush walks.
Learn to forage for bushtucker, listen to stories of the dreaming around a campfire and discover a deeper understanding of Australian Indigenous history.
The Indigenous Australian culture one of the oldest and most fascinating on Earth.
Australia's Golden Outback
For a real taste of life in the outback visit Laverton
in the Gibson Desert north of Kalgoorlie
Here the Outback Gallery represents the people of the Laverton and Western Desert area and displays and sells works by well known Aboriginal artists.
For a taste of outback on the water, head south to Esperance
and learn about hunting and gathering, and bush medicine while exploring pristine beaches.
Experiencing a four wheel drive
adventure gives an inside view of local Aboriginal customs, names, places and meaning,
Australia's Coral Coast
The traditional landowners of Shark Bay
are the Yamajti Wirriya tribe - saltwater people who lived off the ocean and feasted on fish, shellfish, dudong and turtles.
Local guides lead fascinating cultural walks through the area, presenting traditional country through tribal eyes.
Through role-plays and interaction, participants decipher between tasting and medicinal plants, track animals, throw spears and boomerangs and even learn the local language.
Australia's North West
Learn more about the secluded coastline of the Dampier Peninsular north of Broome
during a visit to the Bardi/Jawi people of Mudnunn Aboriginal Corporation.
Bushwalking and mud crabbing trips offer a special insight in the Indigenous way of life.
is also dotted with ancient rock art and cave paintings, including the world-famous Gyorn Gyorn (or Bradshaw) paintings - believed to be up to 60,000 years old.
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