Tae Rak (Lake Condah) Guided Cultural Walk
Your Gunditjmara cultural guide will take you on an informative walk around the Tae Rak (Lake Condah). The lake is made up of 1,700 hectares of significant wetlands and stony rises right next to the historic lava flows of Budj Bim National Park.
The 1 hour tour includes a short walk to the the front of the lake. Your guide will give you an overview of the Gunditjmara creation story, the significance of the lake and its extensive marine and birdlife.
The tour finishes back at the Lake Condah (Tae Rak) Aquaculture Centre & Cafe.
The 2 hour tour will continue on with a walk to the southern and eastern side of the lake, and a more detailed cultural talk, as well as a look at the:
- Extensive range of stone aquaculture sites
- Stone walls
- Birdlife and other wildlife
Both tours finish back at the Lake Condah (Tae Rak) Aquaculture Centre & Cafe.
Tour Fee Includes:
Gunditjmara Aboriginal guide, transport, activities and access fees.
Did you know?
Tae Rak is estimted to have been formed about 8,000 years ago as a result of the basalt flow impounding the flow of the Darlot Creek and Condah Swamp outfall.