Take a trip out on country with Clinton to his favourite fishing spots and traditional hunting grounds to catch some native tucker such as mud crabs and cook fresh kangaroo tails in an earth oven, then go foraging for native fruits and vege's and have a big feast. You must be willing to get your hands and feet dirty on this tour as you will be walking through mud, spinifex and scrub.
Spend the day exploring the Millstream-Chichester National Park with Clinton and learn the traditional stories about how the Warlu (Serpent) created Millstream during a time known as Ngurra-nyunjunggamu (when the world was soft). Millstream is an oasis in the desert complete with stunning pools and native palm trees. Millstream is the traditional home of the Yindjibarndi people and Yarndanyirra (Fortescue River).
BUSH TUCKER TOUR
A day or two may not be long enough for you to see the Pilbara, then take your time on the 3 day tour. This tour will enable you to experience George Gorge which is situated on the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi boundary, Python Pool, Pyramid Hill, Millstream-Chichester National Park, Horseshoe Gorge, Driller's Hole and Dogger's Gorge. You get to do all the fun things on the overnight tour, but with an extra day to see and learn more.
BARRIMIRNDI DAY TOUR
TEAM BUILDING EXPERIENCE
3 DAY TOUR
ROCK ART TOUR
Thinking of having a fun day out! Then contact Clinton to organise an experience that you'll never forget. Have Clinton take your team or students to the outback and learn how to track animals or find water in places you'd least expect. Discover the deep connection Aboriginal people have with the land and use that knowledge to help you in your daily routines. This experience is great for school excursions and work place team building days and can be tailor made to suit your needs.
Take a guided tour with Clinton through the Murujuga National Park, which has the highest concentration of rock art in the world and rediscover the petroglyphs (rock art) created by the Yaburrara (Northern Ngarluma) people. The rock art has been dated back to before the ice age ended and is approx. over 40,000 years old and there is up to 1 million rock art images scattered across the entire Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago.