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Aboriginal Cultural Experience in the Wheatbelt

Sep 7, 2014 -- Posted by : admin

A new cultural tour is starting in Merredin with local Aboriginal guide Mick Hayden - Njaki Njaki Tours.  Merredin is a town in Western Australia, located int he Central Wehatbelt roughly midway between Perth and Kalgoorlie on Route 94, Great Eastern Highway.  The town's name is derived from the Aboriginal word "merrit-in", the place of the Merrit tree, an Eucalypt used to make spears.  Join local Aboriginal tour guide Mick and undertake a cultural walking tour of Merredin Peak and the surrounding reserve.  Learn about the rich Aboriginal history via a walk along the trail up the rock and be rewarded with delightful views of the town and reserve land to the east.

For more information or booking enquiries contact Mick on 0407 984 470


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