Wave Rock Aboriginal Cultural Tours

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Gold Fields

Discover the cultural significance of this 60 mill. year old Granite 'Wave' and gain fascinating insights about the ancient people who camped, hunted and traded here

Wirnda Barna Art Centre

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Gold Fields

Wirnda Barna Art Centre is located in Mount Magnet and managed by the Badimia Land Aboriginal Corporation. The Wirnda Barna Art Centre supports and represents Aboriginal Artists from the communities of Mount Magnet and Yalgoo.

Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Adventures

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Coral Coast

A premier eco-tourism experience in the Shark Bay World Heritage area. Range of tours include: bushwalk, kayak and snorkelling adventure, 4wd tour or sit around the campfire under the stars listening to the ancient sounds of the didgeridoo.

Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation - Uunguu Visitor Pass

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Kimberley

We Wunambal Gaambera people welcome you to our Country: "Bianngaa graa winya". We look forward to sharing with you our rich Wanjina Wunggurr culture and the remote, rugged, inspiring beauty of Wunambal Gaambera savannah and coast.

Wundargoodie Aboriginal Safaris

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Kimberley

Wundargoodie invites you to experience one of the last great wilderness areas in the world and see the Kimberley through the eyes of the traditional owners as we share the ancient beauty, mystery and diverse culture of our people and their land.

Yamaji Art

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Coral Coast

Yamaji Art provides professional services to support and develop Aboriginal artists living in the Lower Murchison region of Yamaji Country with a focus on sustaining cultural maintenance and arts practice while creating economic benefit.

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company

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Perth

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company exists to share Aboriginal stories. We look to the past to help define the present and pass stories to the future. Our artists and outcomes will improve the cultural health of all involved and allow space for an Aboriginal voice to be heard.

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