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    Rubibi

    (Broome) Cultural Tour

A complete Cultural Perspective of Broome

Travelling in air conditioned comfort, you’ll dive deep into Broome’s cultural past. Discover the abundance of bush foods and medicine plants that have sustained the first people of the Kimberley for millennia. Experience a private didgeridoo performance, get hands on with some traditional Nyul Nyul artefacts and enjoy a cup of Robbie’s deliciously refreshing, home brewed Boab Ginger Beer or Iced Tea.

Hear stories of how Broome became the centre of the World’s pearling industry, the illegal practice of blackbirding, the harsh working conditions and social segregation of Broome’s Aboriginal people. Explore forgotten roads and historic landmarks and hear the local stories connected to them. 

Prices

Children (5-14 years) : $120

Adults (14 years and above): $150 

Concession (holding an Australian conession card): $135

*All prices include are in AUD and include GST.

Tour Duration 

The Rubibi (Broome) Town Tour runs for a duration of 3 hours from 0800-1100.

What to Bring

Water bottle, sun protection (hat, sunscreen & long sleeved clothing), camera & comfortable shoes.

Pickup & Drop Off

Pick up from you designated location will be between 7:00-8:00AM. When you complete your booking, confirmation of an estimated pickup time will be emailed to you. Drop off to your designated location will be included post tour. 

Tour Highlights

Didgeridoo performance

Didgeridoo performance

Bush Remedies

Bush Remedies

Pearling History

Pearling History

Boab Ginger Beer & Iced Tea

Boab Ginger Beer & Iced Tea

Nyul Nyul Culture

Nyul Nyul Culture

Forgotten Broome

Forgotten Broome

Superfoods & Medicine Plants

Robbie’s knowledge of bushfoods and medicine plants will amaze you. Growing up at Beagle Bay, learning about bushfoods was just part of our on country education. Bush foods like Gubinge and Boab nut are today recognised globally as superfoods. Medicine plants which were traditionally used to treat everything from the common cold to skin ailments and are today also finding their way into modern medicince.