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Rock Art Tour - Yaburrara × × × × × × ×
Rock Art Tour - Yaburrara

Rock Art Tour - Yaburrara

Take a two-hour guided tour with a traditional owner along the Yaburrara Trail and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people. The ridge is rich with petroglyphs dating back over 6,000 years. 

Take a guided tour with a traditional owner along a section of the Yaburrara Trail and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people. The ridge is rich with petroglyphs dating back over 6,000 year.

Tour Highlights:

- Traditional Welcome to Country

- Ancient Aboriginal Rock Art 

- Sacred Sites

- Traditional Stories

- Shell Middens

- Amazing vista views of Karratha and Nickol Bay


DISCLAIMER: 

We require a minimum of 4 bookings, or the cost thereof, for a booking to proceed. If the tour doesn’t proceed due to numbers not being met, you will receive a full refund, or you can choose to transfer your booking to another day.

Child rate: 6 – 16 yrs
Children under 6 FOC
Family: 2 Adults, 2 Children
Concession: Concession fares for individual guests do not apply to international travelers and group tour participants. Concession fares may apply to holders of Australian Senior Cards, Australian Pensioner Cards and full‐time students studying in Australia.

National Park fees included
Tours run April - October on scheduled dates.

Numbers below min or above maximum numbers subject to availability and arrangement.

  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $100.00

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Premium Rock Art Tour - Nganjarli × × × × × × ×
Premium Rock Art Tour - Nganjarli

Premium Rock Art Tour - Nganjarli

Guided tour through the Murujuga National Park, which has the highest concentration of rock art in the world and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people.

Take a guided tour with a Traditional Owner through Nganjarli - Murujuga National Park, which has the highest concentration of rock art in the world and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people. The rock art has been dated back to before the ice age ended and is approx. over 40,000 years old and there is up to 1 million rock art images scattered across the entire Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago.


DISCLAIMER: 

We require a minimum of 4 bookings, or the cost thereof, for a booking to proceed. If the tour doesn’t proceed due to numbers not being met, you will receive a full refund, or you can choose to transfer your booking to another day.

Child rate: 6 – 16 yrs
Children under 6 FOC
Family: 2 Adults, 2 Children
Concession: Concession fares for individual guests do not apply to international travelers and group tour participants. Concession fares may apply to holders of Australian Senior Cards, Australian Pensioner Cards and full‐time students studying in Australia.

National Park fees included
Tours run April - October on scheduled dates via www.ngurrangga.com.au

Numbers below min or above maximum numbers subject to availability and arrangement.

  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $120.00

Enter Number of Participants *

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Rock Art & Bush Tucker Tour Book Now 14 Available × × × Book Now 15 Available × ×
Rock Art & Bush Tucker Tour

Rock Art & Bush Tucker Tour

Guided tour through the Murujuga National Park. Rediscover the petroglyphs created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people, followed by a bush tucker tour on traditional hunting grounds.

Take a guided tour with a Traditional Owner through Nganjarli - Murujuga National Park, which has the highest concentration of rock art in the world and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people. The rock art has been dated back to before the ice age ended and is approx. over 40,000 years old and there is up to 1 million rock art images scattered across the entire Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago.


Follow the rock art tour with coastal foraging and native bush tucker such as berries and potatoes (seasonal). You must be willing to get your hands and feet dirty on this tour as you will be walking through mud, spinifex and scrub.


DISCLAIMER: 

We require a minimum of 4 bookings, or the cost thereof, for a booking to proceed. If the tour doesn’t proceed due to numbers not being met, you will receive a full refund, or you can choose to transfer your booking to another day.

Child rate: 6 – 16 yrs
Children under 6 FOC
Family: 2 Adults, 2 Children
Concession: Concession fares for individual guests do not apply to international travelers and group tour participants. Concession fares may apply to holders of Australian Senior Cards, Australian Pensioner Cards and full‐time students studying in Australia.

National Park fees included
Tours run April - October on scheduled dates.

Numbers below min or above maximum numbers subject to availability and arrangement.

  • Duration : 4 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $250.00

Enter Number of Participants *

Choose a Time *