Yalada. Welcome. This is Kuku Yalanji country and the elders welcome you to their home.

Walk with a Kuku Yalanji guide through the Mossman Gorge rainforest and back in time, paint with a local artist and take home your own artwork. Experience an indigenous tour, learn and share the Kuku Yalanji culture and you’ll leave with a deep connection to this place that will forever stay with you.

By visiting this region, people are able to learn about Indigenous country and cultures that thrive here through immersive experiences like nowhere else. Sign up to our newsletter here for all the up-to-date local information and holiday deals so you can celebrate the stories of Australia’s First People, and share in their extraordinary culture.

Our cultural and natural heritage is protected and must be respected. It is important that you do not disturb, harm or damage any type of cultural or natural artefact, as not only are they part of the living culture and histories of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, but it is illegal to do so. This includes animals and plants. Please note that the sale, trade, display or gifting of historical and archaeological artefacts is regulated and penalties are enforced. The Eastern Kuku Yalanji Bama welcome you to their bubu (country) and ask that you respect, enjoy and help look after their special place.

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