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The Ngurin (Harding River) Bush Tucker Trail features interpretive signage depicting bush tucker, bush medicines and other artifacts used by Aboriginal people in their traditional way of life.
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 artifacts used by Aboriginal people in their traditional way of life, with some still being used today.
This Grade 2 trail is a 2 km circuit commencing at Roe Street in the Roebourne town-site
About the region
The Pilbara is located in the north of the state, bordered by the Indian Ocean to the west and extending across the Great Sandy Desert to the Northern Territory border in the east. One of the largest regions in Western Australia, the Pilbara covers 507,896 square kilometres of unique and breathtaking natural landscape.
The region offers an abundance of rugged gorges, secluded waterfalls and isolated rivers and billabongs within its three national parks; Millstream-Chichester, Karlamilyi and Karijini. In addition to its magnificent inland attractions, the Pilbara's coastal plain is home to National Heritage listed Dampier Archipelago and the Montebello and Mackerel islands.
The Ngurin Bush Tucker Trail is located in Roebourne, in the North West of Western Australia, situated 30 km east of Karratha. The town of Roebourne is a prominent historical town on the North West Coastal Hwy.
The Ngurin Bush Tucker Train is rough terrain with loose rocks and could potentially be hazardous to trail users. Sturdy footwear, adequate heat protection and water is required.
For more information, visit the City of Karratha