With almost 250 species of migratory and resident birds, the Bensbach is an ideal location for birdwatchers and nature-lovers. Here, among other species, visitors can see local Pelicans and Sea Eagles, Yellow Wagtails from Eurasia, and Ruddy Turnstones from the windswept Siberian plains.
Home to the feisty barramundi, which can grow up to almost 40 inches (100 centimeters), hundreds of anglers every year make the journey to the river near Bensbach. While much of the fishing is catch-and-release, some of your catch can be cleaned, gutted, and cooked fresh for you.
Learn about the ways of life of traditional peoples, including the use of strands of malaluca, or paper bark eucalyptus, as building materials and insulation, as well as the role of sago and yams as staples of their diet. Watch a cooking demonstration using traditional techniques – some of which are the last of their kind in the world today.