Kalgoorlie (Kulgooluh meaning ‘place of the silky pears’) is one of Australia’s most iconic gold rush era towns, but there is another side to this legendary town. With an Aboriginal history that dates back some 30,000 years, it is a place of great cultural significance to the Wongutha people, with many Dreaming stories connected to the land. Bush Ghoodhu Wongutha Tours gives you a glimpse into both the modern and ancient history of Kalgoorlie on a range of tours. They invite you to join their Wongutha guide and hear the ‘first story’ of Kulgooluh.
Bush Ghoodhu offer a range of authentic Cultural Experiences both in and around the town of Kalgoorlie. They can work with you to tailor a cultural tour to meet your group’s specific needs. Visit the ghost town of Kookynie, explore the Anthony Gormley statues at Lake Ballard or experience a food foraging tour complete with a traditional bushtucker meal around the campfire.
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Service TypesCultural and Theme Tours
Indigenous CultureIndigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation