This incredible 82km walk follows a section of ancient songline north along the coast from Gantheaume Point (Minyirr) to Coulomb Point (Minarriny). The Goolarabooloo organise several guided nine-day walking trips each dry season, staying at traditional camp sites. There is a strong emphasis on sharing Indigenous culture with activities like spear-making, bush-tucker hunting, fishing, mud-crabbing and native jewellery making.

The songline (an oral memory map of stories, song and dance describing the landscape, handed down from generation to generation) stretches from Cape Leveque to the deserts south of Broome. You can walk independently but check fresh water sources first with the Goolarabooloo. You'll need to arrange a boat across croc-infested Willie Creek (try the Pearl Farm).