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Kuku Yalanji Traditional Custodians meet with visitors to walk on their traditional homeland on Cooya beach, where they continue to practice their cultural activities and maintain their cultural heritage. Learn about the cultural importance of this country, fishing, hunting, foods and medicines.
This is a one-hour, educational experience.
Kuku Yalanji Traditional Custodians will meet with visitors to their traditional homeland on Cooya beach where they continue to practice their cultural activities and maintain their cultural heritage.
The tour starts by explaining the cultural importance of this country. Next, guides will introduce guests to their traditional fishing activity of spear throwing and handling as it is still practiced here today.
During a short beach walk, guides will show the foods and medicines which we still use today, along with our various hunting tools and practices.
*Please note, this is not a hunting tour – for a more hands on, interactive tour select our Cultural Beach, Mangroves and Mudflat Tour.
Tours depart daily, each morning and afternoon. The tour duration is 1 hour. This is an education tour (non hunting).
This experience operates on a minimum of 10 Adults. Additional adults and children can be added to the booking.
The standard departure times are 9:30am and 1:30pm pending tide. You will need to contact the office at least 48 hours prior to your tour commencing to confirm exact departure time.
Low to medium fitness is required for this activity. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
Planning for your trip:
Beach side of 1 Palm street where parking is available under the trees. 15 minute drive north of Port Douglas and a 5 minute drive from Mossman.