Early/Late Season Reef Cruise – 1 hour

http://prettytallstyle.com/birkof/1276 This short tour is only available at the beginning and end of the season (high season is May – September) when essential works are being carried out by the Department of Environment and Conservation.

http://bolataruhan.org/?fiopry=site-de-rencontre-ado-au-cameroun&a3f=37 After a short introductory talk that will acquaint you with the Bunuba people and the significance of Darngku to their culture, we’ll board the boat. Then it’s time for a close-up look at the Gorge, and your guide will entertain you with fascinating Dreamtime stories, and tell you how the Bunuba people make use of the plants and animals of the area.

http://www.pioneervillage.org/wifer/5106 Adults $35 Children 4 – 13 years $7.50
Departure times 08:00AM and 4:00PM

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Indigenous Heritage

The Kimberley region has an Indigenous history dating back between 40,000 and 60,000 years, the oldest established culture on earth. In the Darngku region the indigenous people are known as ‘Bunuba’.

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