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Mungalla Aboriginal Tours

Mungalla Station, Forrest Beach Road | Ingham, Ingham, Queensland 4850, Australia
+61 7 4777 8718
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What an amazing day!

We had an amazing day. Filled with rich Aboriginal history and we got to meet the station owner... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2016
Latifa T
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Mount Isa, Australia
A place drenched in history, with welcoming passionate descendants..

Mungalla Station is a must stop for ANYONE passing through Ingham QLD, both myself and partner... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
Paul A
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24 Sep 2016
“What an amazing day!”
26 Jul 2016
“A place drenched in history, with welcoming passionate descendants..”
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Mungalla Station, Forrest Beach Road | Ingham, Ingham, Queensland 4850, Australia
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+61 7 4777 8718
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Reviewed 24 September 2016

We had an amazing day. Filled with rich Aboriginal history and we got to meet the station owner Jacob, he has such passion and vision for his people. Mungalla station is set on a beautiful, peaceful property and its just magical. I hope to visit...More

1  Thank Latifa T
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Mungalla Station is a must stop for ANYONE passing through Ingham QLD, both myself and partner intended to only stop over for a few nights and ended up staying on the station for two weeks. The history of the Nawaigi people is both rich and...More

Thank Paul A
Reviewed 14 July 2016

This is a great 1/2 day visit to learn about the trials and tribulation Nywaigi Aboriginal people. It is a wonderful, interactive story. They have a lovely group carriage to take you around the property. There is a wetland restoration program going on here, a...More

2  Thank StephanieKowacz
Reviewed 5 August 2015 via mobile

So inspiring to see the way these traditional owners are regenerating the biodiversity of the wetlands. Learned more about indigenous culture in 48 hours than I had in a lifetime.

1  Thank JTDTravel
Reviewed 5 August 2015 via mobile

Not only did we take a tour, we stayed two nights. The Cassady family are one of the kindest and most hospitable people in Australia. The food was amazing quality and super fresh. I would recommend this to everyone. The rich history is mind blowing...More

1  Thank Shell C
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

The very friendly staff at Mungalla station teaches a lot both directly and indirectly. Awesome experience, would recommend to anyone

1  Thank Maclaxter
Reviewed 2 June 2015

It was moment to step outside of the iphone lives we lead. The presentations were like the best (non-fiction) bedtime story ever told. I left with a clear picture of life as it once was and how life is now that it was almost as...More

3  Thank Tracy M
Reviewed 5 August 2014

I really enjoyed my visit. The aboriginal hosts were really nice people and it was interesting to learn about their ancient culture and hear the didgeridoo. Throwing the boomerang was good fun. The old homestead area was very interesting and it was amazing to see...More

3  Thank Colombo4850
Reviewed 5 August 2014

I enjoyed a lot the place, the people was very friendly. I saw many birds, the cattle were very cute. I especially liked throwing the boomerangs.

1  Thank Malco K
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Sharon H
24 June 2016|
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Response from Mungallamarketing | Property representative |
Four hours for the actual tour plus additional time if you include lunch or a meal - usually an additional hour for this.
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