Learn about the cultural history and significance of Kalgoorlie (Kulgooluh: meaning place of the silky pears) through a Bush Ghoodhu Wongutha tour.
The guide will share stories of the Aboriginal history of the town, which dates back thousands of years, including the “first story” of Kulgooluh, as well as Dreaming stories with ties to the land.
The tours can include a food foraging experience complete with traditional bushtucker meal, and trips out to the ghost town of Kookynie and exploring the Anthony Gormley statues at Lake Ballard.
The tour is the best way to see both the modern and ancient history of the iconic gold rush city.
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