Join fourth generation pearler and proud Bardi man Terry Hunter as he shares with you his stories, his country and his culture.
Based out of Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula (2 hours north of Broome, WA), Terry offers walking tours. Borrgoron in the Bardi name for Cygnet Bay and the place Terry and his ancestors have called home for many generations.
Lose all sense of time as you discover a coastal landscape abundant with wildlife and steeped in ancient stories and cultural heritage. This experience includes the Hunter family history’s fourth generation connection to Cygnet Bay and stories of life growing up on this remote pearl farm.
Explore the mangroves, creeks and tidal flats of King Sound and experience the Bardi people’s special relationship with the land and sea, they shares an in depth knowledge of bush food, medicine plants and traditional, sustainable hunting and fishing practices. You’ll forage for oysters, hear their stories and along the way discover a culture that has lived in harmony with thecountry for thousands of years and continues to practice traditional ways of caring for the land.
This 2 hour walking tour requires a reasonable level of fitness as you cross the rocks at low tide under the beautiful Kimberley sun. Enclosed shoes (reef shoes ideal), water bottle, hat and sunscreen are recommended.
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