Jarlmadangah is located 30kms off the Great Northern Highway within Mount Anderson Station, approximately 126km south-east of Derby, Western Australia. It is located amongst the Grant Ranges and within close proximity to the Fitzroy River.
The tours allow visitors to gain a unique insight into the exquisite nature and culture of the Kimberley landscape. Meet the locals, visit exclusive rock-art sites, be amazed by it’s awe inspiring landscape, try traditional bush foods and learn about traditional medicines, as well as hearing the stories told by traditional land owners.
We also offer tailored trips suitable for small groups and individuals wanting to learn more about aboriginal culture and stay on country in a rugged outdoor setting. Accompanied by indigenous, local guides, tours can include extended camel treks, walks, visit billabongs and creeks for swimming and fishing, learn about bush tucker and traditional medicine, local flora and fauna, climb to rock art and ancient living sites and learn about the aboriginal customs and laws still in use today.