What better way is there to explore and appreciate the beautiful surroundings of the Dampier Peninsula, than on a bush and beach camel trek. Munget Community has a small train of exceptionally friendly and well cared for camels, who make delightful companions for a nature-based tour. Catering to people of all ages, the experienced guides will escort you on an enchanting camel ride through the bush and along a local remote beach. Along the way you will learn all about the local flora and fauna and hear first hand the importance of bush foods, wildlife, trees and bush medicine to the local Aboriginal people.
As you ride through the bush, you will gain a unique perspective of the surrounding natural environment before heading on to a beautiful beach to learn about the shells and local marine life. Hear fascinating stories about the country and people that lived here long ago and take in the sights of breathtaking Pender Bay the largest bay on the Peninsula. You may even get a chance to sight a passing whale or two, the old stone fish traps or a soaring eagle.
For those that want to extend their stay, Munget Community also has camping sites available, a tea house and gallery.
AddressCape Leveque Road
Cape Leveque, Western Australia, 6725
Coordinates & Contact Details-16.7982, 122.622808 9192 4000
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