The Myall Coast of Australia features some of the most stunning coastal landscapes & ancient eucalyptus forests on the planet.
Our Wild Myall EcoTours guide you through these diverse regions, home to unique and spectacular native flora & fauna.
Wild seas, windswept islands, endless beaches & lakes, aging banksia & tea tree forests, dingoes, dolphins, kangaroos, native birds & ancient totems 'bakuwi' & mysteries....
'Bakuwi' Totem Hunting on Alum Mountain
Wild Myall Day Tour
Departs 9am Tea Gardens Public Wharf
Back 3pm - Weekends - Bookings Essential
EXPERIENCE the 'Wild Myall'. See those long sandy beaches, lakes, rugged headlands and the twin coastal villages of Tea Gardens-Hawks Nest linked by the ‘Singing Bridge’. The Joy Bus picks you up & first stop is Main Beach with spectacular views out to Broughton Island & ancient Yacaaba Head. Then loop to stunning Jimmys Beach & across to Winda Woppa point. Past Hawks Nest, into the National Park past huge sand dunes rolling down to the Pacific.
Morning tea is provided.
Tour to Bombah Point & onto the ferry across
We land in Bulahdelah against a backdrop of soaring native forests to hunt for the Worimi 'bakuwi' or totems carved into ancient trees. Bulahdelah or Alum Mountain is an Aboriginal Place in recognition of its cultural, spiritual & historical significance to the Worimi people. It's imposing rocky tors were & are important to the Traditional Owners of the land.
Totem Map provided.
Next it is time for a delicious pub lunch option at the historic Plough Inn Hotel built in 1862
(purchase own meal & drinks).
Jump back in the Joy Bus & tour back to
Tea Gardens Public Wharf.
Bookings Essential 0434 151 375