Join 1770 LARC! Tours for a truly authentic and unforgettable indigenous experience!
The Goolimbil Walkabout Tour will take you on an incredible journey, back to a time that pre-dates the arrival of Lt James Cook in the Town of 1770 (Seventeen Seventy), Queensland.
Enjoy an exciting ride in our amphibious LARC! across the beautiful Round Hill Creek, to the coastline of Eurimbula National Park, where you will disembark and take a bush walking tour with our skipper and a descendent of the local Gooreng Gooreng people.
Enjoy a theatrical experience of hunting and gathering and learn about the intriguing history of the people that lived here sustainably for tens of thousands of years.
Come and immerse yourself in culture and enjoy a fascinating indigenous experience…
Please Note: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service Fees are payable on arrival in our Office and are not included in the above Tour Cost. QPWS Fee $2 per person, excluding infants under 5 years old.
Tour duration: 9.30am til 11.30am
Departs: Tuesdays and Fridays
Price Includes: Tastings and refreshments during tour
Departures: Departs from the 1770 Marina, 535 Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy (Town of 1770), Queensland at 9am and returns 11.30am on Tuesdays and Fridays
This tour departs from Agnes Waters, approx 2.5 hours drive from Hervey Bay
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
Hello Danny :) It was such a lovely day to be hosting you and your friend on the Goolimbil Walkabout yesterday. We could not have asked for more perfect weather for you to enjoy tour :) Glad you had a fantastic experience learning about the indigenous culture and traditions. We are humbled to be able to tell a piece of their story in history. Indigenous guide Ronnie and LARCman Neil make a great team showcasing this tour to our guests. We do hope you enjoyed the rest of your stay while you visited the town of Seventeen Seventy. Many thanks for coming along to experience the tour and for your recommendation :) Kind Regards The LARC! Crew
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