mumara Patrula/ wood for the fire

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 palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania, alongside award-winning Tasmanian playwright and long-time collaborator Sarah Hamilton.

 It is the first and only Tasmanian Aboriginal-authored tour available south of nipaluna/Hobart.

If you have enjoyed our 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.

Tour Profile

90 mins approx
from $70
Easy, 1.2km
Track is uneven and dirt, toilets are not accessible
group size
Maximum 20
Starting Point
Trial Bay Boat Ramp Kettering
End point
Year Round
Suitable for children and families

Private Bookings

mumara patrula  is open for public tours as well as private group bookings. To enquire about our private group options and availability please read our fact sheet complete our booking form.


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We Are Taking a Break

Blak Led Tours is taking a short break for the month of June.

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