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Walk amongst sandstone escarpments and tropical savannah with Aboriginal Traditional Owners. Explore exquisite ancient rock art hidden in the rock shelters which has been home for Balngarrawarra people for thousands of years and rarely seen by outsiders.
Gain an insight into the traditional life of Aboriginal people and learn about spirituality, survival and bush tucker. Discover traditional food and medicine and learn about the colourful history of Normanby Station. Enjoy morning tea and gain an understanding of how the Balngarrawarra continue to remain connected with their homelands.
Normanby Station, located an hours drive from Cooktown is the homelands for the Balngarrawarra people.
Normanby Station Aboriginal Rock Art tour is a genuine cultural experience connecting you with local Aboriginal people. With special permission from the Traditional Owners at Normanby Station, we are able to grant you a unique experience with the Balnggarrawarra people. Visit the homelands and ancient rock art with unique insight of the Balnggarrawarra people.
With its sandstone escarpments and woodland savannah, this area was a crucial place for the survival of Aboriginal people with plenty of water, food and rock shelters. Discover rarely seen mysterious and spiritual rock art as you are guided by a Traditional Owner. Learn how the Balngarrawarra are keeping their culture alive. Hear astonishing stories handed down through the generations. Discover traditional bush food and medicine whilst enjoying morning tea amongst a bush setting.
This half day experience is available as a tour (with a maximum of 14 people) or private charter ( 1-14 people)
Departs from Cooktown. Click on the Book Now button to check the calendar for tour availability.
Departures are scheduled on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from April to November.
The duration of the tour is from 7:45am – 12:30pm
Child (4-14 years old) $79.00AUD
1 to 6 Passengers $1,350.00AUD
7 to 14 Passengers $1950.00AUD
Normanby Station, QLD. One hour’s drive from Cooktown.