NGILGI CAVE CULTURAL TOURJourney into Ngilgi Cave and be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance, deep inside the cave.
Ngilgi Cave Cultural Tour – available for groups only minimum 10 pax
Journey into Ngilgi Cave and be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance, storytelling and traditional fire-making during this fascinating 2.5 hour tour.
Take a bushwalk with Josh and learn how to identify traditional plants, foods and medicines and how they are uniquely linked to the six Noongar seasons.
Discover the art of creating a fire by rubbing sticks together, and share a magical didgeridoo performance inside the Earth amplified by the superb acoustics of the cave.
See and touch the tools and cultural artefacts used by the Wadandi in their every day lives.
Where: Ngilgi Cave, Caves Road, Yallingup
When: 9am daily upon request
Length of tour: 2.5 hours
Group Size: Minimum 10 PAX
What Our Visitors Are Saying
My boyfriend and I recently went on the tour of the area around the caves with Josh. He was very knowledgeable about his culture and had a true passion for what he was telling us about. The highlight was Josh’s playing of the didgeridoo in the Cave! I am from Perth but my boyfriend is from Italy and in organising this tour for him I was also able to learn much more about a place that I have been to many times before. A fantastic experience! Thanks (Jessica was also so very helpful in arranging this experience for us as other tours were booked out!)…Grazie Angela & AntonioAngela, Perth, Australia
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
We explored the Margaret region for the past 10 days, full of fun activities ranging from tree climbing to whale watching, horse riding etc….and when we asked the kids which part of the holiday they enjoyed the most, all 4 kids said that the Koomal dreaming tour was their favorite part.
Keep up the good work!