Based in Bollon’s 140-year-old historic post office building, Nullawokka First Nations Gallery offers cultural tours, genuine Indigenous artworks, gifts, souvenirs and delicious bush tucker to take home as a reminder of your visit to Outback Queensland.
Nullawokka, meaning ‘black tracks’, is owned and operated by proud Gwamu elder Bill Speedy. Join him for one of his fun and educational tours along the scenic Wallam Creek to learn about First Nations culture and local history, and discover historic scar trees, sample traditional bush tucker and even learn how to throw a boomerang.
Small tour groups are welcomed and Nullawokka offers several options that provide a delightful insight of traditional Gwamu/Kooma culture and country.
Watch this video made by Australia.com for a taste of what’s in store on a Nullawokka First Nations Tour.
Visit the Bollon page to plan your trip and stay awhile at the free caravan and camping area to take some time to relax and explore this charming Outback Queensland country town.