The Ngurin Bush Tucker Trail is located in Roebourne, in the North West of Western Australia, situated 30km east of Karratha.
The Ngurin (Harding River) and all of the vegetation surrounding it holds great significance to the Ngarluma people, the traditional owners of this land.
With valuable information and learnings from Ngarluma Elders, David Walker, Pansy Hicks and Violet Samson, the Ngurin Bush Tucker Trail features interpretive signage depicting bush tucker, bush medicines and other artefacts used by Aboriginal people in their traditional way of life, with some still being used today.
This Grade 2 trail is a 2km circuit commencing at Roe Street in the Roebourne townsite.
See the below links for more trails in Roebourne, Karratha and surrounding towns.
Contact the Karratha Visitors Centre for more information about the trail and local Aboriginal culture
Lot 4548 De Witt Road
Karratha WA 6714
Phone: (08) 9144 4600
This project was partially funded by the Pilbara Development Commission Community Chest Fund