Visitors to South Australia can enjoy an exciting range of unique Australian Indigenous culture across coastal, wine and bush regions of the state.
Aboriginal Cultural Tours, Yorke Peninsula and Mid North
Aboriginal Cultural Tours delivers a range of unique Aboriginal experiences, whilst exploring some of South Australia’s best natural attractions, from rugged earth gorges to pristine untouched beaches.
Visitors gain a unique insight into one of the world’s oldest living cultures. Dreamtime stories are shared as ancient archaeological sites, spectacular coastal areas and ancient bush land where giants once roamed are explored.
The world famous Clare Valley wine region offers lunch and wine tasting; Burra and the Mid North, the Southern Flinders Ranges and Yorke Peninsula region will fascinate explorers.
Visitors will meet the local Aboriginal community and gain a wealth of knowledge about their heritage, culture, traditions and beliefs.
Owner-operator Quenten Agius has won numerous awards and in 2012, was inducted into the South Australia Tourism ‘Hall of Fame’.
How to get there: Flights from major Australian cities service Adelaide. It is a one- hour drive from Adelaide to the entry of the Yorke Peninsula and a 45-minute drive to the Mid North.
Tickle Belly Tour, Yullu Wirru, Flinders Ranges
At Tickle Belly guests join Adnyamathanha Elders as they celebrate their culture through storytelling, song and dance connected directly to the Flinders Ranges. Here they will enjoy a three-course gourmet bush food dinner including kangaroo, bush tomato, wattle seed and native lime.
The Yullu Wirru experience takes guests on a journey into Dreamtime legends through stories and song lines about rare insights into the cultural significance of the Flinders Ranges and the reality of survival in this ancient land.
Tickle Belly Hill is located in Pichi Richi Pass, an ancient trade route between the coastal people, the Bungala and Nukanu, and the desert rock people, the Adnyamathanha.
How to get there: Complimentary coach transfer departs 1 Eyre Highway, Port Augusta. Pick up available on request.