The Drumley Walk, 12-15 August 2010

Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia

The Drumley Walk is an annual four-day walking pilgrimage through the traditional lands of the Yugambeh Aboriginal people. It leaves from Beaudesert, south of Brisbane, and traverses farms, rainforests and bushlands to Southport, on the Gold Coast. Walkers are guided by Drumley’s descendants and relatives, and learn about local history, and indigenous culture. And they are encouraged to celebrate all local heroes, Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal.

The walk finishes at Yugambeh Corroboree, an indigenous food, art and language festival where Drumley’s walk traditionally finished, by the beautiful Nerang River.

For more details please visit:

Australian Explorer: Contact the Drumley Walk

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