The Western Yalanji Cultural Tours and Cultural Education


No visit to Palmerville Station would be complete without touring some of the culturally significant locations on the property that are only accessible through a cultural experience. 

Visit ancient water holes and rock pools, visit the limestone mountain range and discover caves and ancient art works, learn the ancient history of the Western Yalanji People. 

Tours are available by booking only.

Please contact our Western Yalanji Office

Phone: 0499 406 805


Daily Rates for a personal Western Yalanji Ranger Tour

$950 for the day, follow the ranger around the property learning about culture and their personal stories and connection to country. 

  • Meet your Western Yalanji Ranger at the Ranger base at the Palmerville Camp Grounds at Cannibal Creek,
  • admire the artwork of Traditional Owner Radayne Tanna on the Ranger base walls, and
  • learn of the re-connection of the Western Yalanji People with Palmerville Station after 90 years absence due to the Stolen Generation, 
  • Follow your Ranger down to the Sacred Limestone Valley, learn about the caves and water holes, the history and the research. 
  • Pack a lunch and sit by the ancient rock pools and maybe have a swim in the pristine waters and learn about the local aquatic life 
  • Explore a cave with rock art and understand the deep connection and energy of the stories they tell
  • A slow drive back past the Maytown Crossing and learn about the impact of the gold rush on the traditional owners
  • Return to the Palmerville Camp Grounds and Ranger Base stopping at various lookouts and points of interest

Make a friend with a Ranger today.

 Pristine Rock Pools

The Limestone Mountains and Caves

Western Yalanji Rock Art

Limestone Creek Rock Pools

Western Yalanji Rock Art

Limestone Creek Rock springs and pools