We started the day with an early morning tour to have a look and learn about aboriginal culture. We got to the meeting place and found out that we had to let down our tyres because we were going to drive on soft sand. We drove through the bush towards hunters creek. When we got to the bottom the prado in front of us got bogged. There was a school camp going on so there was a big line up. We dug holes around the tyres but it still wouldn't budge. We got it out after we let the tyres down some more. It took us an hour to get it out. Then it was the touaregs turn. We sped up the hill and made it, then we had to go down the hill onto the beach. It was so much fun. We passed the school camp where the aboriginal kids were playing cricket. We stopped about ten minutes from here at a beach we swam and had a little fish but we had no luck. The water was so warm. Our next stop was a big cliff were we spotted turtles and learnt about the land and the aboriginal people who lived here. The tide was going so fast through the channel. We drove to a sort of cove where we swam and fished. Dad caught a spangled emperor and someone else caught a bream. We all learned how to use a handline. Our tour guide made damper and billy tea. She also cooked the fish. This was the end of our tour. We drove back through the dirt, sand and over sand dunes. We ended up driving to Cygnet bay to put air in the tyres and go to the cafe. We got home and rested as we were all very tired. It was an excellent day.