• The Gold Coast's one and only Cultural Canoe Tour!

    Connect to Nature, country and culture

  • What We Do

    Creating opportunities to connect.

     

    Currumbin Creek

    Tullebudgera Creek

    Clarrie Hall Dam

    Cultural Canoe Tours

    2 to 2.5 hours includes...

    Receive:

    Welcome To Country

    &

    Traditional Smoking Ceremony

    Learn about:

    Aboriginal Dreamtime stories

    &

    Local history

    See:

    Native animals

    &

    Bush food

    &

    Bush medicine

    Contribute:

     
    Adult: $129
     
    Student/ <17yrs: $66
     
    < 10 yrs old: Free
  • Connect to Nature

    Experience the magnificent Currumbin creek, Tullebudgera creek, or the stunning freshwater s of the Clarrie Hall Dam just over the border in NSW in our beautifully majestic canoes with your friends and family. Learn about each of these areas from an Aboriginal perspective.

    Sense of Freedom

    Have an experience like no other with the Gold Coast's one and only Cultural Canoe Tour. Connect to local Indigenous knowledge, history and ways of life on the Currumbin Creek.

    Learn about aboriginal culture

    Experience our soul-shaking and heartfelt Aboriginal cultural canoe tours on some of our most beautiful waterways with your colleagues, students, disadvantaged youth or family.

  • Creating meaning

    We build bridges...

    We Care About the Community

    Connecting people, place and culture

    We work with schools, youth groups, corporate businesses, 

    organisations and private groups to build connection to place, each other, the lands we live work and play and its original cultures.

    We're Always Listening

    What do you want to see happening in your community?

    We are always keen to hear from the community what you would like to see happening in your local water ways?

  • want to join us?

    Feel deep purpose and part of the Ancestors Gift Family. . .

    Click the link below to book an experience you'll cherish forever!

  • We offer our deepest respect and gratitude is felt towards the Elders past, present and emerging.

     

    We honour them for maintaining the lands in what is now called Australia.

     

    We witness the humility and tenacity of the present day descendants in the face of such great adversity.

     

    We offer our acknowledgement and endeavour to do no harm on these special lands of the Yugambeh people and beyond on which we live work and play.