Half Day
Tues, Thur, Sat
14 Max.
Group Size

Join the Walker brothers on a hands on experience where you will be taught how to use a spear and collect a variety of food and medicine amongst the ever-changing mudflats and tidal lagoons.

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Adults $130

Children $95
(4-14 years old)

7.00am – 1.00pm

Northern Beaches
7.40am – 12.30pm

Port Douglas
8.30am – 12.00pm

What’s included;

  • Cultural survival experience 2hrs
  • Sample your own catch of the day
  • Informative cultural guides
  • Scenic coastal drive
  • Morning tea
  • Return accommodation transfers

Physical Rating

Average kilmoters walking in a day
5 Kilometer

Cultural Rating

Aboriginal content %

Approximately 60% Aboriginal cultural content

What to Bring

  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Insect Repellant

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Watch Linc talk about his country
Coastal Experience


We do hunting educational tours. We teach you how to look after yourself in our country. Brandon Walker - Kuku Yalanji Cultural Guide


Located between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park is Cooya Beach (Kuyu Kuyu) . It is a magical place that is the traditional fishing grounds for the local Aboriginal people the Kuku Yalanji.

Avoid the crowds and experience traditional Aboriginal hunting and gathering techniques .Learn about the abundance of food and medicine that can be found in this picturesque piece of paradise.

Following the traditions of their ancestors Linc and Brandon Walker will educate you about Kuku Yalanji coastal survival whilst experiencing the culture first hand.

Join the Walker brothers on a hands on experience where you will be taught how to throw a spear and collect a variety of food and medicine amongst the ever – changing mudflats and tidal lagoons.
Enjoy morning tea at the Walker family home whilst tasting freshly gathered food.
If you are seeking something different and don’t mind getting your feet wet then this authentic cultural experience is for you.

Hunting The Traditional Way At Cooya Beach
Mangroves At Cooya Beach
Lunch Time
Linc and Guest Searching For Crabs
Learning How To Use A Spear
Informative Local Traditional Guides
Heading Out To Hunt Crabs
Hands On Experience Hunting For Crabs At Cooya Beach
Great Catch - Half Day Coastal Survival Experience
Bucket Full Of Crabs
Blue Swimmer Crab
At The Walker Brothers Home - Half Day Coastal Survival Experience
That Bucket Is Getting Full Of Crabs
Stunning Backdrop At Cooya Beach
Still Waters At Cooya Beach
Searching Amongst The Mangrove Roots
Searching Across The Tidal Flats At Cooya Beach

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 3 reviews
June 17, 2017

Scenery,culture and great food!!
Our tour guide was Roger who gave us a lot of information about Aboriginal culture as we traveled along a beautiful coastal drive. We went out with Brandon and Linc in a small group. Everyone
practiced throwing spears on the beach, then we walked through the shallow water collecting cowrie shells, looking out for stingrays and crabs. We then collected oysters and mussels in the
mangroves, learnt about bush food and medicine on the beach, and finally went back to the house where all the collected food was cooked and served to us. Absolutely delicious! Linc demonstrated
boomerangs and other cultural artifacts in a fascinating talk …. but the food and teaching from Brandon was tops!

July 21, 2017

Unforgettable experience!

If you’re looking for a unique outdoor experience with culture, adventure and nature in mind, this is for you! One of the best thing we’ve done as a family and our 2 boys (9 & 11) will remember it forever. Linc was the ultimate hands-on tour guide, sharing his incredible knowledge as we meandered along the mud flats, opening our eyes to a whole new world. It’s a laid back, no frills experience, with the perfect finish – delicious fresh mud crab cooked by Linc’s lovely mum. Highly recommended!

August 6, 2017

Culture and Nature
If you are interested in nature and gaining knowledge about indigenous culture then this is the tour for you. There was a small group on the day of our tour (7 in total) which made it a personal experience rather than feeling like a tour. After an early morning pickup with our guide Roger we took a stunning scenic drive to Cooya Beach where we were greeted by Linc, a traditional owner from the Kuku Yalanji tribe.We walked a long way out across the sand at low tide and the views of the coastline and mountains were beautiful The tour included Linc providing information about bushtucker including traditional seafood and medicines .We walked into the mangroves to find periwinkles and clams. After the walk along the beach we were welcomed into the family home for morning tea which included Lincs mums homemade damper. Thank you Linc for your generosity and hospitality and Roger for your great insight into Indigenous culture. This tour was a highlight of our trip.

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