Join Njaki Njaki Traditional Owner and Aboriginal tour guide Mick and undertake a cultural walking tour of Merredin Peak and the surrounding reserve. A Njaki Njaki tour is a unique indigenous experience. Let them take you to local important Aboriginal sites, and teach you different skills and techniques for tracking and finding your way and finding food, and more!
Learn about the rich Aboriginal history via a walk along the trail up the rock and be rewarded with delightful views of the town and reserve land to the East.
Learn about the Njaki Njaki peoples creator that shaped the landscape we now see today through the Moulyk Dreaming Tour. They can provide tailor made tours on request.
Merredin is a town in Western Australia, located in the Central Wheatbelt roughly midway between Perth and Kalgoorlie, on Route 94, Great Eastern Highway. The town’s name is derived from the Aboriginal word “merrit-in” the place of the merrit tree, a eucalypt used to make spears.
From $55 to $70
You will learn about the rich Aboriginal history of Merredin whilst enjoying the indigenous native bushland and views of the town.
Travel in comfort on a 14-seater coaster bus with air-conditioning. Walking required.
Please bring comfortable walking shoes, hat, camera, sunscreen,
500 millilitre water bottle suitable for top up.
Tour times can be catered to suit needs.Carpark
From $120 to $150
Allow yourself to be taken on a journey of the Njaki Njaki Nyoongar peoples country and hear stories of Aboriginal connection to the sites. This tour offers visits to traditional and historical indigenous sites important to the Njaki Nyoongar people.
Travel in comfort on a 14-seater coaster bus with air-conditioning. Walking required. Lunch and drinks should be purchased from Merredin prior to departure.
For safety ensure you have plenty of water and wear appropriate clothing.