Wunambal Gaambera people welcome visitors to share our Wanjina Wungurr culture and the remote, rugged, inspiring beauty of Wunambal Gaambera savannah and coast.
Their country is home to North Kimberley icons Punamii Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls), Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau), Marriawalu – guardians to Yirinni (Hunter River), Wanjina and Gwion paintings and World War II history.
Their living home – “Uunguu” – is intact. Their culture, landscapes and all the plants and animals of their ancestors are still with them today. Wunambal Gaambera people are proud to share and keep their culture and country healthy.
The Uunguu Visitor Pass (UVP) is required by all visitors. This is the modern way for them and their ancestors to know who is travelling in their country. Visitors can purchase the UVP online at https://www.wunambalgaambera.org.au/uvp-landing-page
The Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners manage Munurru (King Edward River) Campground and Ngauwudu where tourists can access the Wanjina Gwion rock art sites, spacious, serene campsites set in Kimberley bush, toilets, river swims and easy access to Punamii-Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls).
Wunambal Gaambera people welcome cruise passengers to the Uunguu Coast Zone and visitor locations including Ngula Jar Island in Vansittart Bay. Traditional Owner cultural performances will inspire your “Uunguu Experience”.
Coach Parking Disabled access available Family Friendly Public Toilet Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council