TOUR: COASTAL BEACH AND MANGROVE WALK
TRADITIONAL ABORIGINAL FISHING ACTIVITY – MUD-CRABBING SPEAR FISHING
Kuku Yalanji Traditional Custodian will meet with visitors to their traditional homeland on Cooya beach where they continue to practice their cultural activities and maintain their cultural heritage.
After explaining the cultural importance of this country, guides will introduce guests to their traditional fishing activity of spear throwing and handling as it is still practiced here today.
Visitors will then follow their cultural guide with a spear each along Cooya beach observing cultural medicine and food plants. The guides will then take guests along with them as they continue their daily spear fishing and gathering for their families into the mangroves and onto the mudflats.
After about 2hrs of cultural activities and coastal walking guests will return with the guides to see Kuku Yalanji artefacts and share rare stories from their traditional land while they prepare their daily food for their families.
Cost: $90 Adult; $75 Child (4-12 years) Children (Infants) under 4 free of charge
Departs daily at 9.30 am and 1.30 pm
All Bookings are essential.
Minimum Numbers of 4 Adults is required to operate
Private tours can be arranged anytime during daytime working hours. Office Hours Monday-Friday 9.00am-4.00pm
Medium to high level fitness required.
Be sun-safe, wear a hat, sunscreen and cover up. Bring drinking water and don’t forget the insect repellent. Wear beach shoes and comfortable clothing for walking through water, mudflats and mangroves.
TOUR: COASTAL BEACH NIGHT TIME WALK
Try a night-time fishing activity with two options available – night walking and boat rowing. Night-time fishing activities are still a common traditional activity and now is your opportunity to experience it with a local family. New lighting technology is sure to make your experience one to remember.
Night Walk $150 per person
Minimum 2 people required to operate
Bookings are essential.
Departs on request at 7.30 pm
Bring drinking water and don’t forget the insect repellent. Wear beach shoes and comfortable clothing for walking through water, mudflats and mangroves.