Experience authentic Aboriginal eco-tourism experiences on the Gracevale property outside of Aramac with the Murra Kumbee Yambangku - Hands Sharing On Country Together project.
With the Aboriginal and Ecological significance of the sites, this experience has potential to become a hero Indigenous tourism experience in Outback Queensland.
Iningai peoples are the traditional custodians and illustrate this story for visitors through a wealth of knowledge of the terrain using rocky country, etchings, paintings and traces of plants. The sites tell of a richness in humanity and biodiversity that exceeds the obvious dry, dusty roads and landscapes.
While the official launch took place on Friday 2 October 2020 on Gracevale Station, the project will open to tourists in another few months due to the impacts of COVID-19. It will also be renamed under the traditional owners’ name of Turraburra.
This project, partly funded by the Queensland Government’s $10 million Outback Tourism Infrastructure Fund, has supported projects that extend right across the state from Adels Grove and Cobbold Gorge in the north, through central Queensland and down to Roma and Cunnamulla in the south.
Last updated: 13 Oct 2020