Where the Ranges Meet the Night Sky
Rangelands Rifts and Night Sky Dreaming dinner
For over 65,000 years, the Koa people lived within the mesa formations (jump-ups) that surround Winton. The Rangeland Rifts was home to a very special clan group who contrary to popular historical myth, lived in permanent residency with the benefit of beautiful sunrises, cool breezes and majestic sunsets.
Step back in time for the afternoon to experience life as the Koa people enjoyed. Explore their home, hear their Dreaming Stories, participate in a welcome to dinner smoking ceremony, sip sunset drinks and then enjoy a two-course dinner as you watch the night sky come alive as you sit by the fire with the ancient tribal sounds of a desert mob corroboree presented for you by the living ascendants of the oldest living ancient culture in the world, right here, in the Australian outback of Queensland.
After the majesty of sunset and the fall of night we will return to Winton and the North Gregory Hotel for the option of after dinner drinks and continued yarning.
Please wear enclosed shoes, hat, sunscreen and bring warm clothes for night time.
DATE & TIME
Tuesday, pickup 4pm
Approx 4.5 hours
This four–and–a–half–hour tour includes Dreamtime Guides of the sacred Rifts, drinks, a two–course dinner, the Desert Dust Dancers and Rangelands entry fees.
Family (2+2) $290