• A hands on insight into
    A hands on insight into

    Country and

    Aboriginal Culture

  • I have a connection to
    I have a connection to

    my country

    that I'd love to share with you

  • Enjoy a private
    Enjoy a private


    performance on the pindan cliffs

See Broome through the eyes of a born & bred local

Join Robert Dann, in the place where he was born, for an amazing 3 hour cultural experience. He will share with you a small slice of 40,000 years of Broome and Kimberley culture! A tour with Robert offers a rare insight to Broome’s history from the his own lived experiences.  This culturally rich “hands-on” tour is designed for people of all ages and is both fun and incredibly informative.

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Boab Iced Tea & Ginger Beer

Boab Iced Tea & Ginger Beer

Traditional Bush Remedies

Traditional Bush Remedies

Forage & Sample Bushfoods

Forage & Sample Bushfoods

The Colours of My Country

The Colours of My Country


Visit various locations in air-conditioned comfort, where you’ll stop and explore the history of the town from the perspective of both  the ancient and continuous connection of the area’s first people through to European settlement.  Along the way sample local bushfoods and learn about traditional bush medicine, then enjoy some of Robbie’s very own refreshing brand of Boab Ginger Beer and Iced Tea and a private didgeridoo performance.

Step back in time

Visit Broome’s historic locations and hear stories from a bygone era. Stories of Broome’s during the early pearling days, blackbirding, harsh and dangerous working conditions, the lawless town, opium dens, slum dwellings , hawkers and prostitutes. A town more reminiscent of Asia than Australia. A place and time where pearl shell was valued more than human life.


New Cultural Tour of

Beagle Bay Mission

Home of the Nyul Nyul people

Beagle Bay Mission and community was developed and established by Trappist Monks around the 1890’s, on Nyul-Nyul country. Beneath the gleaming white exterior and spectacular pearl shell inlay altar, lays a sometimes dark and sad history. Hear the full story of Beagle Bay Mission and the proud Nyul Nyul culture of the Dampier Peninsula.


A Cultural connection


Nyul Nyul Artifacts & Culture

Get ‘hands on’ with traditional Nyul Nyul artifacts. Learn their uses and how they were made. Body paint with local natural ochres and understand the importance of different ochres in cultural dances and ceremonies. Find out how the changing political landscape of Australia affected Aboriginal people in the Kimberley from the early 1900’s through to the present day.


What our guests say

“Robbie’s passion and generosity in sharing his culture is contagious. His tour is interactive, fun and highly informative. His encyclopedic knowledge of  bushfoods and medicine plants makes you view the natural environment in a whole new light. You’ll leave this experience with a greater understanding and appreciation of an ancient culture that is still very much alive in Broome.”

Michael, Perth