INDIGENOUS TOURS

INDIGENOUS TOURS

Experience The Quandamooka Coast.

From a unique vantage point, experience The Quandamooka Coast.

The Quandamooka Peoples have lived on Minjerribah (now known as North Stradbroke Island) for a very long time.  Scientists say at least 25 000 years. 

There are three clans that comprise the Peoples of the Quandamooka. They are the Nughi of Moorgumpin (now known as Moreton Island) and the Nunukul and Gorenpul of Minjerribah.

The Traditional Owners hold their heads high with a strong identity and culture.

Immerse yourself in the Quandamooka Peoples’ culture exploring the Quandamooka Coast by air and land leaving only footprints behind.

Experience Traditional Aboriginal welcome to country, dance, stories, and traditional arts. Then dine on a native-inspired menu prepared by local Quandamooka chefs.

This is a truly unique experience not to be missed.

 

Pricing Packages: From $660pp, Call For Details!

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