Stories (Stargazing)

Yaliya’s Stories (Stargazing) with exclusive access to Australia’s largest salt pans, you can discover the brilliance of the night sky through state-of-the-art telescopes against a canvas of total darkness. Your local Gangalidda guide will share Dreamtime stories and their cultural interpretation of the universe in accordance with the phases of the moon. Dubbed the ‘Plains of Promise’ by


From $65 per person



In the News
  • 10 November 2019 • Position Vacant

Yagurli Tours is looking for an experienced and motivated Tourism Operations Manager for a once in a lifetime opportunity. You’ll take Yagurli Tours to the next level and help us to share our beautiful country with the world. If you love wide open spaces, big sky sunsets and want to make a difference in our community, come and join us in the Barramundi Capital of Australia.

For further information or to obtain a copy of the full Position Description please contact Emily Chalmers on (07) 4041 3833, or visit https://nrmjobs.com.au


What’s in a name?

Yagurli means fish in our language. Moungibi (Burketown) is well known for its fishing- this is one of the main drawcards for visitors to the Gulf area so we thought it was a fitting name along with the barramundi logo as they both represent our land and culture.

Spot crocs in the Albert River

In our culture crocodiles have the most unbreakable, undefeatable spirit on the whole planet. Gambumanda (Albert River) is home to salties, you might spot a few on our Malara Fishing Charter or Gambumanda Sunset cruise

The Morning Glory Cloud

During the months of September and October, the rare meteorological phenomenon referred to as the Morning Glory Cloud rolls across the Gulf and can be observed above the skies in Moungibi (Burketown). Gangalidda traditional owner Murrandoo Yanner said his people believe the mabuntha (morning glory cloud) was created by Walalu, the Rainbow Serpent, and is of great cultural significance.

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