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Aboriginal Gourmet Experiences Issue Two

Feb 7, 2014 -- Posted by : admin

WAITOC announces Darren ‘Capes’ Capewell’ Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventures as the second featured operator in a series of Aboriginal food and drink showcase experiences in WA

Western Australia Indigenous Tourism Operators Council’s (WAITOC) Chairman, Doc Reynolds is pleased to feature another member as part of the Aboriginal Gourmet Experience series for 2014.

Over the course of 2014, WAITOC will showcase ten Aboriginal Gourmet Experiences across Australia, from food and produce, seafood, food events, cafes and restaurants.

Second in this ten month series is WAITOC Aboriginal tourism operator member, Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventures

Based in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area in the Coral Coast region, from ‘Red Sand Country’ to ‘White Sand Country’ to the beautiful and pristine ‘Blue Waters’, Capes introduces his new Catch & Cook Overnight 4WD Safari. This tour is for the ultimate adventurer and takes in the raw and untamed rugged Wild West Coast of Australia including Steep Point, South Passage, False Entrance and Zuytdorp Cliffs.

Enjoy three days of exploring on a comfortable 4WD adventure, paddling across sheltered bays, landing on deserted beaches, swimming on magnificent coral reefs teeming with amazing marine life. Introducing his new tour, Capes said “After receiving many enquiries about this type of tour, we’ve developed this exciting tour where you can even catch and cook your own seafood on a campfire, camp on the beach and listen to the ancient sounds of the didgeridoo under a starlit sky.” www.wulaguda.com.au 

Speaking of Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventures, Simon Haigh, CEO of WAITOC said, “WAITOC’s Aboriginal Gourmet Experience campaign is intended to highlight the unique food, drink and culture experiences that Aboriginal tourism operators have to offer in WA. The positioning behind Tourism Australia’s forthcoming Restaurant Australia campaign lies in three key attributes: People, Produce and Place. In summary it is about: Fresh thinking, Open Air and Our Flavours. Capes’ tour is another great example of an Aboriginal Gourmet Experience, using ‘fresh’ and original flavours to be experienced in one of the world’s heritage listed ‘open air’ locations”. 

Media Contact
Mr Simon Haigh – CEO WAITOC
+61 (0)419 921 946

Mr Darren ‘Capes’ Capewell
+61 (0)429 708 847 / (0)432 029 436



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