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Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience & Tours

Kings Canyon, Australia
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About Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience & Tours
Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience and Tour is an Aboriginal owned and operated business (Est 2014). Our cultural tour is a 1-hour small walk and talk. We share with visitors our very rich cultural history, language and culture as passed down through generations of the Luritja and Pertame (Southern Arrernte) people. Our tour includes shaded displays areas of our bush foods, traditional bush medicine methods, men and women wooden artifacts i.e. spears, boomerangs, traditional trading methods, large collection of organic tree seeds used by women for jewellery and a lot more.
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We are an established Aboriginal owned and operated business. Our Aboriginal cultural experience provides a unique insight into one of Australia's oldest living cultures on earth. Our tour has a variety of areas showcasing our native bush foods, wooden artifacts as used by Aboriginal men and women of the region, bush medicines and a lot more. If you are looking for a friendly, authentic and informative Aboriginal cultural experience then let us take you on that journey.
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Katie C wrote a review 14 May
Holt, Australia4 contributions
My husband and I loved this experience. Peter and Natasha were so welcoming and shared so much knowledge with us! In particular we enjoyed the sections on bush food and plant life. We’d travelled for 4 weeks in the desert before this tour and it was the first one we’d found that helped us to identify food plants that we saw as we travelled. We also changed our booking date and Natasha was super flexible which we really appreciated.
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algy2014 wrote a review Apr 2022
Busselton, Australia7 contributions
The cheerful greeting, everflowing information, and excellent displays made this tour a favourite for all our family, 6 adults between 35 and 70 years of age. Peter, Natasha, Aaron and Debbie were full of knowledge which they were very happy to share, and the set up made it feel like a genuine experience.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Deirdre L wrote a review Apr 2022
Darwin, Australia31 contributions30 helpful votes
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A truly authentic and generous sharing of local Aboriginal bush life and traditions by Peter, Natasha and family in the beautiful Kings Canyon region. Absolutely worth spending time with the tour to appreciate all the beauty of the area.
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Wendy S wrote a review Mar 2022
Melbourne, Australia40 contributions3 helpful votes
This was an incredible visit. Peter and Natasha shared their knowledge and experience of indigenous culture in this region. We found out about bush food and medicine, plants, artefacts, dot painting and bush jewellery. We were amazed by the diverse range of bush food available during this season. Thank you both so much for sharing your stories with us.
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Date of experience: March 2022
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Belinda E wrote a review Nov 2021
Brisbane, Australia335 contributions97 helpful votes
This was one of our favourite experiences in the Red Centre. Peter and Debbie were warm, genuine and authentic people. I'm so glad we chose this cultural experience over the others available in the Uluru and Alice areas. We travelled with our two early teen children and the whole family found it fascinating. It was indeed a privilege to gain a better understanding of Aboriginal culture. Both of our kids said that they learned far more from this tour than from anything they'd ever touched on in school. Highly recommend this experience. If at all possible stay a night or two in Kings Canyon as the area has a lot to offer. If you are pushed for time don't miss Karrke and the Rim Walk. Easily the two stand out experiences in the area.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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