While exploring the magnificence of the Murchison River gorges, you are invited to learn about the ancient culture of the traditional owners, the Nanda people. The stories from Nanda traditional lands inspired the interpretive and artistic elements that are such an important feature of the skywalk in Kalbarri National Park.
From Thursday 14 to Monday 18 April 2022, join Colleen Drage, Nanda Elder on the Kurlaji Wangga (Rivergum Talk), as she shares knowledge of her ancient culture and country.
Cost of cultural talk with Colleen:
- Adult $20
- Concession $10
- Family 2 adults + 2 children $45
- Child 6-15 years $$5
- Infant 0-5 years $0
Meeting point: Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri Skywalk, meet at shelter 2 near the message stick forest
Maximum group size: 12 people
Talk duration: 1 hour
What to bring: hat, sunscreen and drinking water; conditions in the park can become very hot.
Cost of park day entry:
$15 per vehicle with up to 12 legally-seated occupants ($8 concession or $8 per motorcycle), which is payable on entry to the park.
Park passes offer a value-for-money option if you intend to visit Kalbarri National Park on more than one day during your stay, or if you wish to visit other national parks where entry fees apply. Purchase a park pass from the WA Naturally online shop.
If you're an RAC member, you can purchase some park passes with a discount at RAC Member Benefits website.
Discover the Dreaming is delivering meaningful and moving Aboriginal cultural experiences in WA’s parks in the spirit of reconciliation and greater cultural understanding and respect. It is a program of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions in partnership with local Aboriginal tourism operators, the Western Australian Indigenous Tour Operator Council (WAITOC) and Nature Play WA.