Karajarri people are the traditional owners of the lands from far into the Great Sandy Desert to the Kimberley coast, approximately 32,000 square kilometres of land and waters. For Karajarri people the Country, plants, animals, and the water are wankayi (alive). Our connection to Country and commitment to caring for Country is strong ‘palanapayana tukjana ngurra’ – everybody looking after Country properly’.
Come along and experience Karajarri culture and Country with Karajarri man, Francis and his family. This walking tour begins with a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony, then sets a leisurely pace along spectacular coastline of white sands, turquoise waters and towering limestone cliffs that have been sculpted by thousands of years of erosion. Along the way we stop at cultural sites where your hosts share the Dreaming stories and songs connected to these significant places. A bushfood tasting prepared by the family and infused with bush herbs is cooked and served on the beach. The tour concludes with a traditional cultural dance performed by the Karajarri dancers.