Sunset on the Clay Pan
Join our exclusive tour to watch the sun set from an ancient red clay pan, where Gwamu/Kooma people have wandered for over 60,000 years. Your First Nations guide will introduce you to some traditional dances and instruct you in the art of boomerang throwing.
Listen to the haunting sound of the yidaki (didgeridoo) echo over the vast landscape and toast another beautiful Bollon sunset while enjoying some bush tucker nibbles.
- Conducted by a Gwamu/Kooma elder
- Try your hand at boomerang throwing
- Learn some traditional dances
- View a spectacular outback sunset
- Gourmet bush tucker nibbles and wine/beer/soft drink included
- Approximately 2 hours duration
- This exclusive tour is a child free event. However, we don't want you to miss out on this unique experience so please contact us directly if you wish to include your children and we can provide you with a quote.
- Tours operate seasonally from 1 April to 31 October.
- If you are unable to attend one of our scheduled tours please contact us directly to discuss an alternative time. A minimum of two participants is required for a tour to operate.