Take an Indigenous tour in Port Douglas
If you're visiting Port Douglas during your next family holiday, you'll definitely want to get a closer look at the history and culture of the Kuku Yalanji Aboriginals, a community of people indigenous to the area.
Visitors to the Port Douglas region can experience the culture of the Kuku Yalanji firsthand with Dreamtime tours available all year round - the perfect activity for the whole family to enjoy on your next vacation.
With art galleries, lessons and Indigenous tours in the beautiful rainforest, your family will be able to enjoy a uniquely cultural experience in Port Douglas with the Kuku Yalanji community.
The Kuku Yalanji were hunters and gatherers in the past, with more than five groups exploring across the terrain of Port Douglas as the seasons changed throughout the year, living from the rivers, beaches, reefs and sea.
"While you're in the area, why not visit some other great attractions in Port Douglas such as Marina Mirage or the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway?"
Today, there are around 1,000 Kuku Yalanji people in the area and they play a very active role in Port Douglas' tourism industry, offering visitors a unique insight into their cultural heritage.
There are a variety of tours and walks available such as the Dreamtime Gorge Walk and the Dreamtime Legend Walk, which kick off daily from the Mossman Gorge Centre - close to Mantra on the Inlet, one of Mantra's resorts in Port Douglas.
With these tours, your family will enjoy stories of the Kuku Yalanji culture and experience a traditional smoking ceremony, ochre face painting, rainforest bush food and more.
More Port Douglas attractions
While you're in the area, why not visit some other great attractions in Port Douglas such as Marina Mirage or the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway?
Of course, there's also the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef to explore - whether you cruise there on a boat or get an aerial view with one of the many helicopter tours available from Port Douglas.