Stretching back more than 50,000 years, Indigenous culture is central to Western Australia's history, present and future. There are so many ways to explore WA's diverse Indigenous heritage. Whether you're looking for a taste of bush tucker, or to feast your eyes on Aboriginal art, the oldest surviving culture in the world has never been more accessible.
Indigenous theatre, music and dance festivals take place across the year, featuring performances that bring together the worlds of the traditional and the modern.
Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company
Kalaya Tjukurpa by Nyayati Stanley Young
NAIDOC week in July is the perfect time of year to immerse yourself in the richness of Aboriginal culture. One of the most significant events on the Australian calendar, it celebrates Indigenous language, arts, history and culture.
All year around, art lovers can head to one of the many Indigenous art exhibitions on display, or, if you prefer the great outdoors why not take in incredible ancient rock art where it was created? The rock art of the Kimberley and Pilbara are set in stunning landscapes and have survived an ice age.
Dotted across the state, guided tours provide an in-depth look at Aboriginal ancestral practices and stories. Traditional owners share their customs, medicines and bush tucker, as well as showcasing their country, where countless generations of Indigenous people have survived and thrived for thousands of years.
Wula Gura Nyinda
Here you can learn hunting and fishing practices, and traditional ways of cooking bush tucker. And don't forget, if you’re looking for Aboriginal-owned and operated eco-lodges, hotels and safari camps, you can find them here in our guides.
An adventure with Black Tracks will leave you feeling invigorated and recharged with the energy of this ancient land.
Discover Cygnet Bay with Terry Hunter, 4th generation pearler and proud Bardi man.
Follow Brian to the banks of Hunter’s Creek. Hear stories of the colourful characters who started white settlement on the Peninsula.
Bungle Bungle Guided Tours offer a unique experience, providing guided walking tours with an Aboriginal perspective of the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park.
The 10-night Kimberley Cruise explores the rugged Kimberley Coastline. Ride through Horizontal Falls, shower at King Cascade, visit ancient rock art - a truly Australian adventure.
From bush tucker to dream time stories, Dale provides no shortage of Aboriginal Cultural experiences to choose from.
An Aboriginal arts & tour company that promotes awareness of culture to the local people of Perth.
Experience the ancient rock art of Murujuga, a sacred place for the local Indigenous people, with Traditional Custodians on a 1.5 hour cultural tour.
A 4wd Adventure never to be forgotten with a local Aboriginal guide and explore the amazing Francois Peron National Park.
The ultimate way to explore the Kimberley. Choose from a 5 or 6 night, unforgettable private helicopter safaris and explore the stunning Kimberley and NT wilderness in true style.
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Immerse yourself in the knowledge of an ancient and continuing culture here in the West Kimberley with the Worrorra people.
Walk with them at ‘Karrgatup’, the local Aboriginal name for Mount Eliza and Kings Park, Perth.
Kimberley Outback Tours operate tours throughout the Kimberley, staring in Broome, Kununurra and Darwin.
Koomal Dreaming provides an opportunity for visitors to experience Wadandi and Bibbulman country through the eyes of the traditional owners.
Walk with our local Aboriginal tour guides amongst the ancient escarpments of Mirima National Park. Learn about traditional plant uses and artefacts.
Visit the mighty Mitchell Falls. Departing Kununurra, scenic plane flight of the north Kimberley coast, thrilling helicopter flight, hike to the Mitchell Falls... all in a day!
Journey into Ngilgi Cave and be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance, deep inside the cave.
An immersive Aboriginal country and culture tour which showcases the beauty of the Pilbara region and its spectacular and unique rock art.
Explore this iconic island from the unique Aboriginal perspective as your Noongar guide explores the Island’s pre-eminent significance to Noongar People prior to it's notorious recent past.
Join Kaya, your Noongar guide, around the Walyalup prescient for an insightful journey into Fremantle's Aboriginal Heritage.
Learn about Miriwoong culture and art by visiting local public art sites. Experience a Mantha (traditional welcome), learn about Dreamtime stories and understand contemporary Aboriginal histories.
Discover the secrets of a beautiful land and understand the deep spiritual connection between the Nhanda and Malgana people and country.
Walk with your Nyoongar Guide on Country by the shores of the spectacular Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River) overlooking Perth City, Matagarup Bridge and the Optus Stadium Precinct.
Come explore the breathtaking beauty of Baiyungu country with Hazel, an Indigenous traditional owner of Nyinggulu Coast.
This regional tourist attraction offers an interactive educational experience that recognises the rich Aboriginal and environmental presence in the Nyoongar Ballardong region.
Enjoy a walk through bushlands and learn about traditional uses of plants, local history and visit the site of remnants of an Aboriginal Reserve. Share the dreamtime stories of local culture.
While on Bundy’s tour you will learn about the local history, culture and traditions of Bardi people.
Experience the Bungle Bungle from an entirely new perspective. HeliSpirit flights depart from from Purnululu National Park, Warmun, Lake Argyle or Kununurra.
Deep in the raw heart of the majestic Kimberley region, Dillon Andrews and his team welcome you to Bunuba Country.
ush Ghoodhu Wongutha Tours gives you a glimpse into both the modern and ancient history of Kalgoorlie on a range of tours.