wukalina Walk opens in Tasmania

Tasmania's latest - and most unique - walking experience in the wukalina Walk, a 4-day/3-night Aboriginal owned and operated guided walk based around Larapuna/Eddystone Point and wukalina/Mt William areas and incorporating the famous Bay of Fires.

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Rob King
A Resting Place In wukalina: krakani lumi

wukalina/Mt William National Park sits on the north-eastern tip of Tasmania, the island 240km south of Australia. Here,  beyond the beach and amongst the banksias, you’ll find ‘krakani lumi’. Designed by Taylor and Hinds, this standing camp is part of the Aboriginal Land Council’s wukalina walk, a four-day experience through the wilderness of the area.

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Rob King
Wukalina Walk – Cultural Homeland Of The Palawa

Some have walked the Tasmanian landscape for thousands of years. wukalina is Tasmania’s latest multi-day guided walk, an opportunity to experience the palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) culture across four days in the far North East. The palawa came to Tasmania some 40,000 years ago when a land bridge existed between mainland Australia and Tasmania. To walk with them is to understand the very beginnings of this island.

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Rob King