Grounded through stories of fire, earth and water, this guided tour uses the true stories of legendary historical Tasmanian Aboriginal figures of the region, as anchors to tell the deep and ongoing story of Aboriginal connection to this coastal landscape.
On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, looking across to lunawuni (Bruny island).
This enlightening and moving guided tour was written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania, aloo alongside Tasmanian playwright and long-time collaborator Sarah Hamilton.
It is the first and only Aboriginal authored tour available south of nipaluna/Hobart.
If you have enjoyed takara nipaluna/walking Hobart tour, this new tour mumara patrula, which has been created as a companion piece, will deepen your knowledge and understanding of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community.
mumara patrula is open for public tours as well as private group bookings. To enquire about our private group options and availabilities please read our fact sheet complete our booking form.
This walking tour involves 90 minutes of brisk walking; along the way there are 15 stops, there are only two seats along the track, a toilet is available at the meeting point and the start and conclusion of the tour. Neither the track nor the toilet is wheelchair accessible.
It’s a 1.2 km return journey along a walking track. The tour starts and ends at the trial bay boat ramp.
Patrons are advised to dress for the weather
Meals are not provided on the tour so patrons are advised to plan meals in advance. The Ferry for Bruny is less than 5 minutes drive and 10 minutes walk from the tour location.
The walk is uneven in places, not very suitable for wheelchairs or prams.
The walk is an amplified tour and guests are required to wear in-ear headphones, you are welcome to bring your own ear buds/headphones however they must have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Bluetooth will not work with our system. If you have any questions or concerns, please call or email.
First Nation people please note: Aspects of the tour deal with Tasmania’s dark past and include references to people who have died.
We require a minimum of 10 bookings to be able to go ahead with each tour.
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