Corporate Rock Art & Bush Tucker Tour

AUD $300.00
  • Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: PKY3Y0

Experience the Corporate Rock Art and Bush Tucker Tour in Nganjarli, Murujuga National Park

Immerse your team in an unforgettable journey with a guided tour led by a Traditional Custodian through Nganjarli/Murujuga National Park. Home to the world’s highest concentration of rock art, this site offers an unparalleled opportunity to reconnect with history and culture. Marvel at the ancient petroglyphs, etched by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people, some of which are over 40,000 years old, predating the end of the last ice age. With an estimated one million rock art images spread across the Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago, this tour provides a profound connection to the ancient world and the rich cultural heritage of the area.

Following the awe-inspiring rock art tour, embark on a coastal foraging adventure to discover native bush tucker such as seasonal berries and potatoes. Embrace the spirit of the land by getting your hands and feet dirty as you traverse mud, spinifex, and scrub. On-country experiences like this tour are invaluable for team building, providing a shared sense of discovery and achievement. Engaging with the land and learning from Traditional Custodians about their enduring cultural practices enhances cultural appreciation and fosters a deeper respect for the connection between people and place. This immersive adventure offers your team the chance to learn, grow, and build stronger relationships in an environment rich with history, culture and natural beauty.


We require a minimum of 4 bookings, or the cost thereof, for a booking to proceed.

Full payment OR 50% deposit once booking is confirmed and remaining 50% to payable within 2 weeks of experience completed.