Aboriginal Land and History

Caring for Country

Meet the Nywaigi Aboriginal people of Mungalla Station, a working cattle property, to learn about the cultural and spiritual significance of Palm Creek and their sprawling wetlands. Take a first-hand look at their biodiversity project addressing the introduced weed problem on wetlands and waterways and participate in tours on the site where you will learn about Nywaigi Aboriginal culture, pioneering history of the European settlers and the Captive Lives story (2-3 hours). Plant native trees and help to restore the health of the precious wetlands of the Nywaigi people (1 hour). 

 

Program Duration: Full Day (incl. travel time)

Location: Mungalla Station, 12km from Ingham

Maximum Group Size: 44 people (min. 15)

Meals: Lunch can be included upon request (“Kupmurri” traditional style underground cooking or Famous Country Style Barbeque lunch)

Transport Information: Group Transfer can be organised by TECB upon request. If you are conferencing in Townsville, please consider an estimated travel time of 1.5 hours from Townsville to Mungalla Station

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