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



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  • 04 August 2019 • Facebook

Who knows what bird this is? It's a Brolga, the name is taken from the Aboriginal language Gamilaraay, in which they are called, burralga. They have an elaborate courtship dance, Brolgas are one of Australia’s most iconic birds. A number of traditional legends and dances are associated with this bird and use movements that mimick their graceful performances. Moungibi (Burketown) is a great place to go birdwatching because seeing birds is easy, they are everywhere you look #YagurliTours

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  • 9 July 2019 • Facebook

Did you catch Murrandoo and Brenton on #BackRoads on 9 July 2019. Here's a clip, you can watch it all on iview now


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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