Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours and Experiences is an Aboriginal-owned and operated business based in Perth Western Australia delivering authentic indigenous cultural experiences for local, domestic and international visitors to Perth, conference and events delegates, government agencies, corporate clients, schools, community programs and special interest groups.
Owned and operated by Walter McGuire, a Nyungar man from the Perth region and Meg McGuire, a Kungarakan woman whose traditional lands lie in the Northern Territory, Go Cultural delivers a variety of products and services that educate and share Aboriginal culture including Welcomes to Country; Smoking Ceremonies; cultural consultancy, public speaking, cultural awareness programs and Aboriginal cultural tours.
Please visit their website for more information on their tours.
Aboriginal Culture Aboriginal Culture Art & Culture Australian Tourism Accreditation Basic Carpark Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Disabled access available Family Friendly Half Day or Less Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Land - Motorised Land - Self Propelled Moderate Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Sightseeing Tours Signature Experiences Tourism Council Australia Visitor Information Centre Walk Walk Walking and Biking Tours Walks Water - Motorised Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council Wheelchair access
From $45 to $60
The tour offers a glimpse into the world’s oldest living culture through ancient Dreamtime stories, traditional indigenous songs and Nyungar language.
Learn about the six seasons and how they influenced the day to day lives and spiritual connection the Nyungar people have to their country.
Join their Nyungar tour guide on location at Elizabeth Quay and embark on a journey of discovery through the historic and cultural landscape of Aboriginal life prior to European settlement.Family Friendly Public Toilet
From $60 to $120
Spend some time with them talking about Aboriginal culture and history.
Hear a selection of Dreamtime stories that have been passed down through generations, Nyungar hunting and celebratory songs, then get hands on with traditional ochres, implements and indigenous hunting weapons.
The tour offers a glimpse into the world’s oldest living culture through ancient Dreamtime stories, traditional songs and Nyungar language.
Learn about the six seasons and how they influenced the day-to-day lives and spiritual connection the Nyungar people have to their country.
Join their Nyungar tour guide on location at Elizabeth Quay and embark on a journey of discovery through the historic and cultural landscape of Aboriginal life prior to European settlement.
Extended tours can be structured to suit individual group requirements.Family Friendly Public Toilet
Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours and Experiences is an Aboriginal-owned and operated business based in Perth Western Australia delivering authentic indigenous cultural experiences for local, domestic and international visitors to Perth; conference and events delegates; government agencies; corporate clients; schools; community programs; and special interest groups.
Services include customised cultural tours, ceremonies and services in the Perth Central Business District and surrounding areas, for example – Welcome to Country; Smoking Ceremonies; Cultural Consultancy; Public Speaking; and Cultural Awareness Programs.Family Friendly Public Toilet
From $50 to $180
This surprising 90-minute walking tour is guaranteed to heighten your appreciation of ‘Wadjemup’- the local Aboriginal name for Rottnest Island.
From a unique Aboriginal perspective, your Noongar guide explores the Island’s notorious penal history in context of its pre-eminence in Noongar lore and culture. The tour starts with a traditional Aboriginal sand ceremony at the first settlement, includes a Dreamtime story and traditional song in Noongar language.Family Friendly Public Toilet
Hear the untold story of Aboriginal resistance, resilience and survival.
This short walking tour at Perth’s newest attraction in Perth’s Central Business District pays tribute to prominent local Aboriginal leaders of the Noongar nation during Perth’s early colonial times.
Their heroic stories of resistance and courage will resonate long after the tour is over.Family Friendly Public Toilet
From $45 to $60
Walk with them at ‘Karrgatup’, the local Aboriginal name for Mount Eliza and Kings Park, Perth.
You will learn of the hill’s intriguing past and spiritual significance to Noongar People, beginning with a Noongar welcome and ochre ceremony. The tour includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language against the backdrop of the Park’s native flora and Perth city skyline.Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet