Wunambal Gaambera people are the Traditional Owners of Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau) and along with the local Uunguu Rangers, they manage the Munurru (King Edward River) Campground and surrounding country.
Munurru Campground is an ideal place to set up camp to explore the area, with spacious, serene campsites set in true Kimberley bush alongside the King Edward River.
It also offers visitors the unique opportunity to meet a Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owner and to take a guided tour of the rock art sites close by. Visitors will receive a Welcome to Country smoking ceremony, learn about Wanjina-Gwion rock art, cultural stories, bush tucker and how life is for this remote community of Aboriginal people.
Tours can be booked at the Munurru Campground Ranger Base.
Service TypesCultural and Theme Tours
MembershipRegional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre WAITOC Member
From $20 to $50
Come on a guided rock art tour with their Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners through the Munurru Rock Art Sites at Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau).
Listen to authentic cultural stories passed down to them from their ancestors, about Wanjina, Gwion, plants and animals.
Receive a Welcome to Country Smoking Ceremony as part of your guided rock art tour. This will keep you safe as you travel through their Country.
This is a wonderful opportunity to engage with their Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners as they share cultural knowledge and information on Uunguu plants and animals.
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