Shark Bay Didgeridoo Night Tour
Length of Tour: 2 hours
Tour Dates: Operates on request – Minimum 4 persons to depart
Community: Shark Bay (Monkey Mia), Western Australia
Child AUD$50 (5-16 years) Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour. Children under 4 years of age free of charge.
Departs: 7.30 pm from the reception of RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
- 2 Hour Experience
- Bush tucker tasting cooked over an open fire
- Relax around a campfire with didgeridoo meditation
- Learn about local Aboriginal culture and history
- A great family cultural tour - fun and educational
- Cook bush tucker or seafood over an open campfire
- Learn to play the didgeridoo
There is no other sound more synonymous with Australia’s ancient landscape than the didgeridoo. Its resonant and tribal tones around an open campfire will transport you to another place, another time. Hear Dreaming stories and learn to play this timeless instrument.
Come and join us for an amazing night-time adventure under a sky of magnificent stars. Sit with us around our warm campfire. There's no other tour like it in Shark Bay. Enjoy fresh seafood or bush tucker cooked on the open campfire. Learn about local Aboriginal culture and history and lose yourself in the stories of the dreamtime as you rest by the warmth of a campfire...Transcend into the ancient and fascinating history of the Gutharraguda (Aboriginal name for Shark Bay meaning 'Two Waters') and be carried away by the ancient sounds of the didgeridoo. Surrender yourself to the wonder of the flora and fauna that surrounds you. A chance to spot Kangaroos, Echidnas and many other native animals engaging in their night-time tricks.
*Please be advised that in Aboriginal Culture the didgeridoo is ONLY traditionally played by men but we offer any women attending an opportunity to play the traditional conch shell.
What to bring:
- Camera and smile!
- Camp chair or blanket to sit on
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