The history of Indigenous people on the Dampier Peninsula is thought to date back as far as 5,000 years and the communities on the north tip of the peninsula include those of the Bardi (land) and Jawi (island) coastal Indigenous groups. These local people retain a particularly special relationship with their land and sea that encompasses in-depth knowledge of bush food, medicine and traditional hunting and fishing practices.
Borrgoron Coast to Creek Tour
Discover Cygnet Bay with Terry Hunter, 4th generation pearler and proud Bardi man. Share in his story as you explore our tidal flats, forage for oysters and learn some of his traditional coastal hunting techniques.
This 2 hour walking tour requires a reasonable level of fitness as you cross the rocks at low tide under the beautiful Kimberley sun. Enclosed shoes (reef shoes ideal), water bottle, hat and sunscreen are recommended.
Book Now $65 Adult | $35 Child
Iinala Booroo Cultural Tour
Cruise through the islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago on your way to Jaydee Island, home to the Ejai Family. Get a rare glimpse into the life of these saltwater people as they share their stories.
Book Now $250 Adult | $195 Child
Bruce Wiggan Artist in Residence
Meet Bardi Jawi artist Bruce Wiggan as he creates his carved pearl shell ‘Riji’. Artworks are displayed and for sale in our Broome and Farm Boutiques. All proceeds go directly to the artist. Learn about the ancient art of pearl shell carving on our Riji Add On.
Check out the other spots on the Dampier Peninsula for great cultural experiences.