Welcome to a Kurrah Mia genuine Australian Aboriginal Walkabout. Come behind the scenes with an Aboriginal owned and operated walk tour company to explore and connect to our country and culture.
Live for a while in a creative, spiritual way of traditional Aboriginal life, discovering an ancient and inspiring culture on Kinjarling Boodja.
This tour follows the paths walked by the Menang people to Quaranup (Kwooranup – place of brush tail wallaby) to see ancient stone structures, waterholes, artefacts, engravings and flora and fauna.
Travel around the coast of Kinjarling (Albany), to the Quaranup Cultural Site. Walk along the beach or dunes to ancient engravings and tool quarry sites. Tides permitting, guests can walk out and look for shellfish amongst the rocks. Hear the Dreaming stories of the area spending 2 hours sharing cultural wisdom. (2 hour walk, learning, activities, photos and connecting with country).
Kurrah Mia Walking tours are on gravel tracks, participants will need a moderate level of fitness. The tour is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.
We suggest that guests should:
- Wear enclosed, sturdy walking shoes
- Carry a water bottle and snacks
- Bring a hat, rain jacket and sunscreen.
Duration: 2 hours
Cost: $80.00 per person, $60.00 per child under 13 and pensioners
Minimum numbers: 4
Maximum numbers: 15
Tour meeting point: Quaranup
Quaranup is 21.9km from Albany and takes 23 minutes to travel to by car.