Length of Tour: Full Day
Tour Dates: Operates daily on request
Community: Shark Bay, Western Australia
Cost: Adult AUD$165; Child AUD$132 (8-16 years) Not suitable for children under 8 years
Pickup Point: Tours depart from Shark Bay Visitor Centre, Denham Foreshore. Pick ups and transfers can also be arranged, fees apply
Includes: Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, safety induction, snorkelling, bush walk, animal tracking, mapping, bush tucker, uses of medicine plants, local Aboriginal history and heritage, mask and snorkel.
- Local Aboriginal heritage and history
- Handline fishing
- Learn how to find bush tucker, medicine plants and their uses
- Discover ancient mapping of tribal boundaries
- Snorkel in crystal clear waters
- 4wd adventure
Explore the beautiful clear waters and breathtaking natural landscapes of Gutharraguda (Shark Bay)in Western Australia. On this full day marine adventure, the only Aboriginal guided kayaking adventure in Shark Bay, you will explore the place where the desert meets the ocean; snorkel along shallow rock holes and sea grass banks; spot rays, turtles, birds sharks and the elusive dugong; test your skills by fishing with a hand line. Enjoy a 4wd adventure, learn local Aboriginal History and Language, taste seafood and explore the bay’s best-kept secrets, including hidden lookouts and other points of interest. See Gutharraguda from the inside and get a feel of the local Nhanda and Malgana people’s deep spiritual connection to this Saltwater Country. Kayak departure times may vary and are subject to weather conditions e.g. tides, winds etc.
What to bring:
- Mangawalla (hat)
- Baba (water)
- Jinabugas (shoes)
- Mask and Snorkel supplied (or bring your own)
- Camera and smile!