The Ngurin Bush Tucker Trail is a 2 kilometre self-guided walk around the Ieramargadu pool on the Harding River (Ngurin) in Roebourne, which utilises some of the existing tracks and the old De Gray Street bridge to cross the Harding River at the southernmost end of the trail.
The layout of the trail was done in close liaison with the Ngarluma people, the traditional owners of the land. The Ngurin and all the vegetation surrounding it, holds great significance to the Ngarluma peoples. Ngarluma Elders David Walker, Violet Samson and Pansy Hicks provide insightful and valuable learnings along the Ngurin Bush Tucker Trail on featured explanatory signs depicting bush tucker, bush medicines and other artefacts which are used by Aboriginal people in their traditional way of life, as well as today.
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