WAITOC invites you to explore our backyard, meet the locals and get close to one of the world's oldest living cultures. Choose from a diverse range of Aboriginal cultural experiences - such as mud crabbing, fishing, bush tucker, traditional spear making and listening to the stories of life in the bush.
View our calendar of fun things to do and see around Perth, Fremantle and beyond.
WAITOC is the peak Aboriginal tourism industry organisation and one-stop-shop for accessing information on Aboriginal tourism operators in Western Australia. We feature more than 100 cultural products and experiences including guided tours, camping, fishing, art and cultural centres and a range of accommodation types.
Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have an enormously diverse and complex culture that traces its roots back at least 50,000 years - one of the longest of any society on the planet.
Tourism creates employment in many areas where there are relatively few alternative opportunities, enabling families to stay on their land and maintain their kinship ties.
A growing range of authentic Aboriginal tourism experiences, as diverse as the culture and country itself, are becoming increasing accessible for visitors to Western Australia.
By supporting these Aboriginal entrepreneurs, you are helping to secure the longevity of their communities and their culture.
WAITOC features a statewide range Aboriginal cultural experiences e.g. Kununurra, Tunnel Creek, Broome and Cape Leveque (in the Kimberley region) Karratha and Karijni (in the Pilbara region) Shark Bay, Monkey Mia and Geraldton (in the Coral Coast region), Perth, Fremantle, Bunbury, Merredin, Margaret River, Esperance and Laverton (in the south west and golden outback regions).
Experiences such as bush walks, bush tucker, fishing, 4wd adventure, art and Dreamtime stories from one of the world's oldest living cultures.
Visit our interactive online map for more information
or Grab one of our WA touring maps (available at most Visitor Centres, including Perth (Wellington Street), Drive WA Info Centre (206 Adelaide Terrace) and Swan Valley (Guildford)