The First Nations owned-and-operated Budj Bim Cultural Landscape Tourism on Gunditjmara Country in Victoria’s far Southwest is now open.
A range of Gunditjmara-guided tours is on offer to deliver a personal experience of the landscape, including two-hour walking tour of Tae Rak (Lake Condah), a half day tour of Tungatt Mirring (Stone Country) or a full day tour aptly named Kooyang Yana (Kooyang (eel) Walk) in reference to the region’s plentiful supply of eels.
A group of 16 travellers were first to join the guided cultural tours of the World Heritage-listed First Nations cultural experience on Friday.
The new Indigenous cultural experiences affords visitors an incredible discovery of the region’s ancient living heritage where evidence of society working around a system of life-filled waterways dates at least 6,600 years.
Bookings for Budj Bim Cultural Landscape Tourism guided tours are essential. For bookings and more information, visit www.budjbim.com.au.
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