Welcome to Twin Lakes Cultural Park in Nyul Nyul Country

Bruno with gubinge at Twin Lakes Cultural Park

Twin Lakes Cultural Park is an Aboriginal business located near Beagle Bay, north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula in the spectacular Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Twin Lakes wild harvests traditional Nyul Nyul bush foods, including
Gubinge, nature's super food, for health foods and cosmetics.

Bruno Dann lovingly tends a native Gubinge plantation, using traditional fire and land managment techniques, to bring the plant to harvest in the wet season, between December and May. Twin Lakes also offers cultural and bush food tours for small groups of up to 8 people, and occasional fire management workshops.

Twin Lakes is named after the dreaming story of two sets of identical twins; boys and girls. The twin girls are named Gunmamirrd and the boys Goolyaroodk in the Nyul Nyul language. Both sets of twins lie on opposite sides of the bay to each other.

Watch a video on Nyul Nyul landcare practices and how we are wild harvesting Gubinge

Wildcrafted Bush Foods and Traditional Handcrafts