Enjoy a theatrical experience learning about the Australian bush and local Indigenous culture, on this two hour hunting, gathering and tasting guided tour through the picturesque Eurimbula National Park.
Discover the beautiful Eurimbula National Park on this 2 hour guided tour, travelling by amphibious vehicle to get to this remote park region. This park is rich in cultural history, dating back from tens of thousands of years ago, to the Gooreng Gooreng Aboriginal people who have inhabited these lands, through to more recent history, when Captain James Cook first landed on this stretch of Queensland coast in 1770.
Your tour will take you to Round Hill Creek, to the sandy beaches, coastal bushland, mangrove wetlands and the rainforests and to a gathering place, called a Gunya or a Waybare, in the Aboriginal language. While on your tour you will enjoy a theatrical experience, learn about the incredible culture of the people who have lived here for so many generations. On the tour you will also discover the methods of hunting, gathering and taste bush tucker, crab and kangaroo.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This tour requires a minimum of 4 participants. There will be a maximum of 64 other people on the experience.
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider. If your experience is cancelled you will be rescheduled by the provider.
Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are recommended. Wear cool, comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes for walking.
This experience is located at Eurimbula National Park, Seventeen Seventy, QLD.