Brian Lee is a Bardi Aboriginal man operating tours from Kooljaman, in Ardi country on the tip of the spectacular Dampier Peninsula, 200 kilometres from Broome. He is a true Kimberley character with a personality larger than life.
Follow Brian to Hunters Creek on a tagalong tour (your own four wheel drive vehicle is essential as you will be driving on the beach). The tour showcases the breathtaking scenery whilst giving a unique insight into the country and culture of the Saltwater people of the Dampier Peninsula. Learn traditional indigenous hunting methods before cooking up your catch on an open fire and enjoying a taste of freshly caught seafood.
Regular half day tours are available or you can design your own full day adventure for a personalised experience.
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Brian Lee is a Bardi Aboriginal man and this country has been home to his people for thousands of years. They are proud Saltwater people. In Brian’s words – “It is my privilege to be able to share the stories of my people and our beautiful home with visitors from around the country and all over the world.”
Follow Brian on a fascinating journey from Kooljaman at Cape Leveque. This is a tagalong tour and your own four wheel drive is essential. Follow Brian down to the banks of Hunter’s Creek. Learn some of the fascinating indigenous history of the region and hear stories of the colourful characters who started white settlement on the Peninsula. Taste seasonal bush fruit and hear the ancient stories of the people who once walked this timeless landscape.
Down at the creek the fun really starts. Learn traditional fishing and crabbing methods. The tour concludes under a shady tree, where you cook up your catch – Bardi style on an open fire. This tour is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the traditional Aboriginal lifestyle, while Brian shares his knowledge of country and unique Aboriginal perspective with you.
From $150 to $600
Spend an entire day with Brian on an adventure of your own design! Available for a minimum of four passengers, a full day will allow you to gain a more in depth insight into Aboriginal culture. The tour can be personalised to suit individual interests.
Take in the breathtaking scenery and meet some amazing locals, while Brian shares his country and unique Aboriginal perspective with you. Share the stories of the indigenous Bardi people and their proud Saltwater culture. You will learn about local bush tucker, taste seasonal bush fruit and hear the ancient stories of a people who once walked this timeless landscape. Brian imparts the fascinating history and stories of the colourful characters who started white settlement on the Peninsula.
There is an opportunity to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Dampier Peninsula. At the Creek, you will learn traditional fishing and crabbing methods and have a chance to cook your catch Bardi style, on an open fire.