Join Kuku Yalanji Traditional Owners the Walker family for a hands on Aboriginal cultural experience. Discover how to use a spear and collect a variety of food and medicine amongst a diverse and picturesque coastal landscape.
- Coastal survival experience 2hrs
- Sample freshly gathered traditional food
- Small group (Maximum 14)
- Scenic coastal drive
- Morning tea at Walker family home
- Return accommodation transfers
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Approximately 80% cultural content
What to Bring
- Water bottle
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Avoid the crowds and experience genuine traditional Aboriginal hunting and gathering techniques with Kuku Yalanji traditional owners the Walker family. Discover hands on survival practices and
knowledge on an interpretive coastal walk.
Nestled between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park is Cooya Beach (Kuyu Kuyu) the traditional ﬁshing grounds for the Kuku Yalanji. Learn how to use a spear and collect a variety of food and medicine amongst pristine tidal lagoons and mangrove mudﬂats.
Enjoy morning tea at the Walker family home whilst tasting freshly gathered food.This authentic hands on cultural experience is perfect for those seeking something different and don’t mind getting their feet wet.