Quandamooka Coast brings you the opportunity to experience the land and waters traditionally known as Quandamooka Country, with cultural awareness.
Quandamooka Country is the land to the East of Brisbane, south of the Brisbane River and North of the Logan River. It includes Moreton Bay and the islands.
Quandamooka Coast brings you Whale Watching Tours beginning 2018, Minjerribah Camping and Accommodation, Quandamooka Festival and Quandamooka Tours.
Many of their experiences offered are on Minjerribah, also known as North Stradbroke Island.
From Meeanjin (Brisbane City), cruise down Maiwar (Brisbane River) as local Aboriginal guides share dreaming stories of the land and waters. Enjoy an intimate weaving circle, learning local Aboriginal language and a display of ancient Indigenous artefacts on board. From Maiwar, traditional Yuggera Country, cruise into Quandamooka waters and across the bay to Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). On Minjerribah, you will be welcomed with a traditional smoking ceremony. In a foreshore location of an ancient midden at Goompi (Dunwich), enjoy a guided walk identifying bush tucker and medicinal plants. Quandamooka chef will serve a lunch of native bush tastes and fresh seafoods under the shade of the gum trees. In the afternoon the Yulu-Burri-Ba Dance Group will play didgeridoo, sing and dance tribal songs to say yuwayi (farewell). On the return cruise to the city enjoy live acoustic tunes, Indigenous tasting platters and local Aboriginal artwork and gifts for purchase.
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