Goolamwiin

Cultural and Theme Tours

Goolamwiin (meaning ‘Winds blowing from the Southwest’) is an Aboriginal-owned and operated tour company and consultancy based in Mandurah, Western Australia.

Go on a journey with them and learn about Nyungar people. They will share who they are and where they come from. They will share their experiences of growing up on an Aboriginal reserve. They will yarn with you about how we can work together.

Experience their sand art, ceremonies, cultural services or come out On Country to their property at Yalgorup National Park for a cultural bush tour or overnight camping experience.

Facilities

Service Types

Cultural and Theme Tours Nature and wildlife Walking and Biking Tours

Activities

Camping Walks

Fitness

Basic

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation WAITOC Full Member (ATB Member)

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation China Ready Accreditation

Services

In this 3-hour Aboriginal cultural experience On Country at their property in Yalgorup National Park, they will share who they are and where they come from and their experiences growing up on an Aboriginal reserve. They will yarn with you about how we can work together.

Tour features include: Nyungar welcome; bush-walking tour; identify/taste bush foods; storytelling; get hands-on with Aboriginal tools; camp-fire morning or afternoon tea; and traditional game.

Explore the bush for bush tucker and medicine plants, a fresh-water site. Participate in Aboriginal dance. At conclusion of the tour, you will have the opportunity to buy Aboriginal artworks by Artist Kerry Stack.

Each participant is presented with a complimentary water bottle and a unique souvenir.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

In this overnight bush camp Aboriginal cultural experience (4pm to 9am) On Country within Yalgorup National Park, they will share who they are and where they come from and their experiences growing up on an Aboriginal reserve. They will yarn with you about how we can work together.

Tour features include: Nyungar welcome; bush-walking tour; explore the bush for bush tucker and medicine plants; identify/taste bush foods; Nyungar language session; traditional game; get hands-on with Aboriginal tools; participate in Aboriginal dance; experience a cultural healing ceremony; camp-fire dinner; overnight camping around a camp-fire with storytelling and; camp breakfast with billy tea.

Upon conclusion of the tour, participants will have the opportunity to view or buy Aboriginal artworks by Artist Kerry Stack.

Each participant is presented with a complimentary water bottle and a unique souvenir.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

The Noongar People have been on this land for a long long time and today they would like to share some of their history of these coastal plains that has been handed down to them from their old people.

If you would like to walk this way with them, they would like to provide you with a proper, Welcome to Country.

Disabled Access

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