About the listing
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape Tourism operates the Tae Rak Aquaculture Centre on the UNESCO World Heritage listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape. The region is renowned for its age-old lava flows and life-filled waterways, and the remains of over 300 Aboriginal stone houses. Visitors will see evidence of one of the world’s oldest aquaculture systems, learn of a vibrant Indigenous culture through shared stories, and see the landscape through Gunditjmara eyes.
On offer are a 2 hour guided walk of the Tae Rak wetlands, a half day tour visiting the Budj Bim National Park and the Kurtonitj Indigenous Protected Area, and a full day tour combining the 2 hour walk and the half day tour and includes lunch.
The Tae Rak Aquaculture Centre Café offers indoor or alfresco dining overlooking Lake Condah. The menu features local produce infused with native seasonings, and the signature dish – the Kooyang (eel) Tasting Plate is not to be missed