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Heritage and cultural tours in and around Broome, taking in the local indigenous perspectives and language while experiencing the internationally significant biodiversity of Roebuck Bay's mangrove forests.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Broome, Western Australia 6725, Australia
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+61 8 9195 0232
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The tour was excellent. Bart was knowledgeable, willing to answer questions and friendly. A great insight into indigenous culture and history as well as the broader history of Broome. Be prepared to get a bit muddy and hot but well worth the effort.

Thank Fiona B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Absolutely amazing lesson on the human and pearling history of Broome and an incredible insight into indigenous life. Bart was an engaging host and source of great knowledge - truly a walking museum. A hugely humbling but uplifting trip - I wouldn’t just recommend it,...More

Thank JacquiHk
Reviewed 3 October 2018 via mobile

Did the sunset boat tour with Bart, and it was awesome! Great sunset, cool stories, lots of info, and local music in his native tounge. Really easy to talk to also, and was great with questions. Was BYOB and included canopies. 10/10 must do in...More

Thank BL1991
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile

We found the cultural tour very worthwhile. We learnt about the indigenous insights into the mangroves of Roebuck Bay and the historical significance of the area particularly in relation to the pearl industry. Bart Pigram was a great tour leader with extensive knowledge of the...More

Thank TinaCalulu
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Bart Pigram provided an excellent introduction to the Indigenous groups around Broome their life, food, culture and particularly the trade in Pearl shell. He is an excellent communicator. There are other tours of his but unfortunately this was the only one we could do. Highly...More

Thank jrms82a
Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

I did the Beach to Bay followed by Staircase to the Moon. Loved tracking the dinosaur footprints then the adventure of trekking through the mangroves and moon d to the island to Watch the magic of Staircase to the Moon accompanied by Matsos beer and...More

Thank Marg D
Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

If you are visiting Broome, then this tour with Bart Pigram, a Yawuru man, is not to be missed. I’ve done lots of these type of tours and this is one of the very best. Bart is a friendly, highly knowledgeable and articulate guide. On...More

Thank andrewcK1965JL
Reviewed 27 August 2018

Great, authentic experience with Bart. Really enjoyed wandering through the mangroves and learning about the multitude of bush food plants right there.

Thank mark_mb
Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile

Bart was very informative and obviously passionate about what he does. This tour gives you an overview of Broome from bush tucker to dinosaurs and the local history. The stories were beautifully told and the background to the history of Broome well researched by Bart

Thank Kaz30161
Reviewed 3 August 2018

We did the ‘Life of Guwan’ tour which starts on a shell midden overlooking Dampier Creek and Roebuck Bay and ends up at Cygnet Bay Pearls in town. The tour covers the Yawuru history of the area, their economy, stories and language, interwoven with the...More

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Response from narlijia | Property representative |
Hi Cindy, I don't actually offer the crabbing experience on the mangrove tour. There are a couple mud crab holes that I demonstrate how to look for a mud crab but because it is unsustainable to take a mud crab every tour, I... More
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