Jingi Walla - Welcome!

We invite you to join us on a special Aboriginal tour at Cape Byron or Broken Head. Our tours are guided by Delta Kay, an Arakwal Bundjalung woman who is passionate about sharing Aboriginal culture. Delta is well known and respected as an Arakwal elder in the Byron Shire. Her ancestors have lived in the area surrounding Byron for thousands of years and Arakwal customs, knowledge, ceremonies and stories have been passed down to her for safe keeping.

During tours, guests can expect to hear about Aboriginal existence before colonisation, including how Arakwal people cared for and preserved the land. Delta also explains the devastating impact of settlement and displacement on her people. She teaches some Bundjalung language and provides information about bush tucker, natural medicine, tools, weapons and artefacts.

We offer a free pick-up and drop-off services for guests within 6km of the Byron Bay CBD. If you would like to use this service, please provide your pick-up address when you make your booking. Alternatively, if you provide your own transport, you will find us at the designated meeting place for your tour.

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Learn Respect Care

A stroger sense of belonging for locals and a deeper respect from visitors to Byron Bay

Delta Kay explains to Eve Jeffery from the Echo that she wants people to understand how her family have always cared for the land and are still caring for it.

One Wild Ride interview with Delta Kay

Listen to a conversation between Pru Chapman and Delta Kay. Together, they discuss the importance of preserving and protecting culture, and the beautiful way that aboriginal people nourish, and are nourished by Country.

Why do Black Lives Matter?

Delta Kay speaks with Eve Jeffery from the Echo about the recent death of George Floyd in the US. – highlighting yet again the injustices towards black people that happen on a daily basis.

Jingi Walla Jugun Welcome to Country

As a proud Arakwal custodian, Delta Kay is committed to working in genuine partnership with the local community to promote an awareness, understanding and mutual respect between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.

NAIDOC Week 2020

Come celebrate NAIDOC Week this November 8 – 15 in Bangalow with live performances, the ‘Always was, always will be’ art exhibition, bush tucker tours, workshops, and more.

Travel to Change the World

“What if we use the power of travel to positively change the world?” Matt Leedham explains that far too many people come to Byron Bay and miss out on experiencing the true spirit of what makes this special place so magical and unique.