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Aboriginal Tourism - Indigenous Australia - WA Attractions
Considered the ‘First Australians’, the Indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia is a growing part of the tourism industry, with many tourists seeking to connect or have some interaction with the culture and the people.

Following is some information to Aboriginal attractions, history, culture in Western Australia. Additional information can be found throughout this site. Visit the WA travel section for more information for your destination.

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Aboriginal - WA Attractions

Manbana Discovery Centre
• Site 6, Murakami Rd, PORT OF BROOME WA 6725 • Ph: 08 9192 3844 • Disabled accessible services. • Email
• Discover the role Aboriginal people have play in both historical and contemporary fishing industries such as pearling, trochus farming and aquaculture. Walk through the native garden and learn how plant and tree species were traditionally used in day to today life. The centre also features aquarium displays which include Barramundi feeding, touch tanks and dangerous marine species. Tours are conducted by local indigenous guides.
Wardan Aboriginal Cultural Centre 
• Injidup Springs Rd, YALLINGUP WA 6282 • Ph/Fax: +61 8 9756 6566 • Email
• The Centre provides visitors and residents with an insight into the Bibelmen Mia culture through an art gallery, an interpretive centre and bush story walking trail and will specialise in bush tucker tours, bush teas, eco-adventure tours, school camps, bush bakes, cultural performances and storytelling. A cafe and craft and curio shop will also be included in the centre.
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