Adventure is out there - Ngaro Sea Trail 3:27pm, Tue 22 Jun 2021
The Whitsundays is an area of cultural significance. The Traditional Owners of the Whitsundays region; known as the Ngaro people, inhabited the area over 9,000 years ago and continue to maintain strong connections to the area despite being forcibly relocated to Palm Island and nearby Brampton Island as laborers.
Ngaro territory spread across the mainland and islands for some 520km2. South Molle Island was an important quarry for materials used in stone manufacture, and Nara Inlet on Hook Island has ancient paintings in a cave of which can still be viewed from a platform by any bareboat charterers visiting. The incredible cave paintings found in Nara Inlet are often presumed to be pictures of their food sources including hashed oval shapes representing a Sea turtle shell a prominent food for the Ngaro people and Australian natives on the mainland, others envision pandanus plant and its seed.
The Ngaro Sea Trail is an aquatic adventure young and old can enjoy with leisurely bushwalks, great picnic spots, awesome sailing and of-course stunning vistas. It is an adventure that all people young and old can enjoy with leisurely walks to Chance bay across South Molles islands 11.5km track network, through to a Challenging walk/climb to Whitsunday Peak granting you 360 degree views over the Whitsunday Islands.
Whilst chartering the unique blend of seaways of the Ngaro Trail jump in your dinghy and immerse yourself in the Ngaro peoples history and culture.
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