Our tours are tide dependent as we conduct them in the creeks and rivers of the Solitary Islands Marine Park waterways. We are a bookable product so you can select your preferred day, though our experienced team will contact you and may offer a change in time to make sure we are running the tour on high tide. We will try our best to work with any time constraints to make sure you can enjoy our tours.
We run on a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 15, but If you have a larger group please do not hesitate to contact us as we have ways to accommodate larger groups.
Yes! You will absolutely learn so much. Our Aboriginal guides will take you on an immersive journey through the rich Gumbaynggirr culture. The tour will show you old traditional sites, teach you about old traditional stories, and allow you to touch, smell and taste bush tucker, all while you hear the Gumbaynggirr language words embedded in this experience.
Yes! We are set up to work with and accommodate large corporate or school groups. And we are set up and working on attracting more wholesalers, inbound tour operators and online retailers so we can make our experience more accessible to a wider audience.
We are a 100% Aboriginal owned business that only uses Aboriginal guides. When creating the content of our tours we worked extensively with key community members and Elders to make sure we were only sharing information that was not culturally sensitive.
We offer lots more than just stand up paddle and walking tours. We offer Welcome to Countries for your next event, Smoking ceremonies, Dance performances, cultural awareness training and cultural insulations for your business e.g. RAP development or language signage translations. Contact us know to find out more