Aboriginal culture of the Kija people, Aboriginal history, immerse in one of the world's most ancient landscapes through the eyes of an Aboriginal guide, stories of the life of a Kimberley stockman
Stockman, Horse Whisperer and 'true blue' Cowboy - Johnny Echo grew up at Bedford Downs Station. To become a stockman, he had to learn 'ground work skills' off the horse, including mending fences and making saddles - his father taught him to catch the horses and fix their shoes, then he proudly joined the older stockmen on their long trips mustering the Kimberley cattle.
Johnny walked the country when he was younger and was taught about hunting, making camp and collecting bush tucker by his parents and grandparents.
Tagalong with Johnny on a cultural guided tour and immerse in this spectacular country, with intriguing stories about the ancient land and it's first people - the Kija people.