Aboriginal Rock Art Day Trip with Indigenous Guide from Karratha
This small group trip, led by a local Aboriginal guide is a fantastic and unique way of exploring and learning about the history and culture of Murujuga National Park, located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Take a tour with your aboriginal guide Clinton through the Murujuga National Park, which has the highest concentration of Aboriginal rock art in the world and rediscover the petroglyphs created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people.
This ancient rock art has been dated back to before the ice age, which ended over 40,000-years ago. There is up to 1-million rock art images scattered across the entire Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago.
Experience a traditional Welcome to Country and learn about the Bush Medicine and other traditional stories. See the Flying Foam Massacre Site and Hearson Cove Beach.
Your tour guide has extensive cultural knowledge of the areas surrounding Karratha and will share with you over 50,000 years worth of history and knowledge of the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people.