WELCOME TO KOOMAL DREAMING
CORPORATE AND EDUCATION
Aboriginal Tours, Art and Culture
For over 50,000 years, the Wadandi and Bibbulman people of the Busselton, Dunsborough and Margaret River areas of Australia’s south-west have walked this ancient land.
Together with other Aboriginal groups from an area that stretches from Kalbarri to Esperance, they are also known as Noongar. The Noongar culture is as rich and varied as the countryside itself, and their knowledge of the environment is incredible and fascinating.
Koomal Dreaming is your opportunity to follow in their footsteps and experience Wadandi and Bibbulman country through their eyes.
Wadandi custodian Josh “Koomal” Whiteland will introduce you to the world’s oldest living culture with his authentic, personal interpretation.
Be moved by the skill and intensity of Josh’s didgeridoo playing and fire-making, taste native foods, discover bush medicine and meet the animals, plants and Dreaming spirits that have enriched the lives of Wadandi and Bibbulman people since time began.
Come on a tour with Koomal Dreaming and see life as it has always been.
OUR CULTURAL EXPERIENCES
Ngilgi Cave Cultural Tour
Journey into Ngilgi Cave and be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance and traditional fire-making.
Twilight Didgeridoo Cave Tour
Join a short bushwalk to discover traditional medicine plants and share local knowledge about the region, then hear the didgeridoo played deep inside the Earth.
Aboriginal Food, Cave & Didge Tour
Take a guided bushwalk with Josh ‘Koomal’ to forage for native bush foods, and medicines and discover their cultural uses, then sample traditional foods.
Full Day Cultural Tour
Immerse your senses in an authentic Aboriginal cultural experience as you
spend the day with Josh ‘Koomal’ exploring the best of Dunsborough and Yallingup.
Cultural Awareness & Education Programmes
KOOMAL DREAMING CULTURAL AWARENESS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Book a cultural awareness session with Koomal suitable for corporate and school groups delivering an awareness of country, people, society, environment, science and history through public speaking, artefacts displays and traditional music.