On this cultural tour to Sunday Island, several kilometres off the coast and at the entrance to the King Sound, learn about Bardi Jawi culture and the Dreaming stories connected to Sunday Island and the turbulent waters that separate it from the mainland. Explore tranquil, unspoilt locations and learn about the cultural and environmental significance of this spectacular marine reserve.
Our journey takes us through the whirlpools and eddies between Jooloom and Jayirru and allows you to experience the power of some of the World’s biggest tidal waters and learn how these massive tidal currents were used by the Jawi people to hunt, fish and trade. Hear the story of the Journey of the Tide Drifters as you retrace their ocean journey from Bardi Country on the mainland through the network of islands and tidal passages that make up Jawi Country.
Your Guide Rosanna Angus is a Jawi woman whose family lived on Sunday Island, during the early mission days.
Approximately 4.5 hours in duration. The tour is not age limited, the boat has a shade, it's safe to move around and offers a toilet onboard if required.
Adults - $350
Children - $250
(under 15 yrs)