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Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

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Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

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Return transfers in our air conditioned coach from Kununurra with a stop at the Durack Homestead Museum (April-October)<br><br>On our popular Sunset Magic Cruise, we’ll explore the rugged northern end of Lake Argyle while navigating through some of the lake’s 90 islands and inlets. Our Skipper will entertain and inform with commentary on the natural history and development of Lake Argyle, The Ord River Irrigation System and the Aquaculture Industry. You’ll encounter Rock Wallabies, Crocodiles, Wallaroos (Euros) and the diverse array of birdlife that call Lake Argyle home. You’ll be delighted and awed by the Archer Fish that shoot water up at your hand with amazing precision and watch a Catfish feeding frenzy. As the sun sinks behind the Carr Boyd Ranges, you’ll enjoy a complimentary drink and light snack to make the most of this magic time of day. With rugged red cliffs reflecting into the blue water, Lake Argyle is the ultimate place to catch the last golden rays of the Kimberley sun.
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Lynette wrote a review Yesterday
Sydney, Australia3 contributions1 helpful vote
Thank you to Ted and Brenda for a wonderful tour of the gallery, for sharing so much of your story with us and welcoming us. A very special way to start our tours of the region. Highly recommend the Waringarri Aboriginal Art centre and their tours to anyone visiting Kununurra
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Heather Jean wrote a review Sep 2020
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Thank you to all at this incredibly rich cultural and arts tour and wisdom shared Ted & Milton loved it
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marcus T wrote a review Sep 2020
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We were lucky enough to have a fantastic and intimate tour through Mirima National Park with local legend Ted Carlton. We learned about the local flora and fauna, the history of the land, and saw a number of historical rock paintings up and close. Afterwards, Ted and his nephew Milton took us through the art centre to explore the history of the artefacts, taste some baobab fruit, damper and bush honey (incredible!). To top it all off, Ted played us some didgeridoo as we sat around the table. An incredible experience, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Diny M wrote a review Sep 2020
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Just out of town across from Kelly’s knob entrance. This seems to be where many local Aboriginal artists sell their work. Well worth a visit to support this initiative of the Miriwoong people. Wonderful Art!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Teneeka wrote a review Aug 2020
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We visited the centre a few times and the staff were very helpful and available. We did the sunset tour which was a nice way to end the day and understand a little more about the culture and history of the centre.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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