Aboriginal Food, Culture, Cave & Didge TourTake a guided bushwalk with Josh to forage for native bush foods, and medicines and discover their cultural uses, then sample traditional foods.
Aboriginal Food Cave and Didge Tour
Take a guided bushwalk with Josh to forage for seasonal native bush foods and medicines and discover their cultural uses, then sample traditional foods during this full 3 hour tour.
Learn about the six Noongar seasons and how they influence what is hunted and gathered. Taste traditional foods and flavours around Josh’s campfire. Depending on the season, these could include kangaroo, emu, quandong, emu plum and salt bush.
Journey into Ngilgi Cave for Josh’s authentic storytelling of the Dreaming and a unique didgeridoo experience; this is the only place you’ll ever hear the ancient instrument through the awesome acoustics inside a cave.
Finally, discover the art of traditional fire lighting and tool making, as Wadandi custodian Josh demonstrates how to create a spark by rubbing two sticks together and explains how his ancestors created the artefacts you can touch and feel.
Where: Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup When: Upon request
Adults: $108 / Children $62 /
Children under 3: Free
Private Tour: Minimum cost $450
Length of tour: 3 hours Group Size: Min 2 Max 30
What Our Visitors Are Saying
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Josh’s tour is amazing. His knowledge and stories were incredibly interesting and significant for all people to understand the connection with land and our need to be respectful custodians. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to his explanations as we walked for a short distance in the bush, listened to the ocean and learnt about nature and the Aboriginal knowledge of the flora. We then went into Ngilgi Cave and apart from enjoying the tour, we received an amazing display of didgeridoo playing by Josh with the sounds echoing in the Cave. It was truly magical. From there we sat around a campsite and learnt the customs of Aboriginal people including watching Josh light a fire from rubbing sticks the traditional way. Overall, a truly professional operation. Highly recommend this tour to all visitors when holidaying in the Margaret River region. Its fabulous.Billie12, Gold Coast
The tour was beyond all expectations. The southwest was brought to life through stories of history and the cultural significance of various sites to the Aboriginal people, somehow giving us a feeling of connectedness to the region. The cave was beautiful and Josh’s talent in dreamtime storytelling and didgeridoo created an extremely moving, nigh on spiritual experience. The food was authentic and tasty, and our group learnt so much despite having lived in the southwest for years! Josh is a genuinely talented and warm person and it was a privilege to have him guide us through the life and country of his family and ancestors. An amazing experience that I recommend to all visitors, and to all locals like myself who would like to know more about this special place. We did the “Food, culture, cave and didg” tour which was great value for our group!!
Our 3 hour private tour with Josh was incredible with experiences to be remembered for a long time. His Aboriginal heritage provided us with an understanding of the spirit and it’s people. He explained how the people lived off the land using plants for food, medicine and even the change of seasons when different fish would migrate to their shores. We toured through the cave
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This tour requires a minimum of 4 partipants to operate. A Private Tour option is available for Groups with less than 4 people for flat fee of $450.