Jarramali Rock Art Tours

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Jarramali Rock Art Tours offers a unique, Aboriginal cultural experience, exploring the Quinkan Rock Art sites found among the sandstone escarpments around the town of Laura, North Queensland, Guided by friendly, Kuku Yalanji traditional owners. Visitors will experience a hair raising four wheel drive adventure, whilst experiencing the best of Cape York they will be exploring the rich history of the world's oldest living culture.

The Quinkan Rock Art provides an extensive legacy and is one of the best on the planet. Tour guides will explain to the meaning of their life, their culture, and how they lived!

If you journey to this remote landscape, stories that are thousands of years old will be told that were hidden in their rock art.

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Jarramali Rock Art Tour

Jarramali Rock Art Tours takes you to Quinkan Rock Art that is one of the ten most significant bodies of rock art in the world!

Leaving Cairns you will receive onboard commentary about the region and its past.

On arrival at your destination you will have lunch on a sandstone escarpment at Johnny’s bush camp. You will be welcomed to this area with a welcome to country and accepted by the smoking ceremony. Your interpretive guided Rock Art Tour will take anywhere from one hour to one and a half hours. Depending on how many questions you ask and how much you put into it!

Following the guided tour you will have some free time to wonder and explore the country or just enjoy the scenery at the lookout. In the meantime your camp oven roast will be prepared for a scrumptious dinner. Then its billy tea and damper and yarns around a camp fire. On waking up the next morning, you will enjoy a lovely hot breakfast and shortly after you will return to Cairns/Port Douglas to your respective destinations!

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