Our team is a vibrant mob who are passionate about our Country and our cultural heritage. When booking an experience with us you will get to meet and hear fascinating stories from one of our team.
Josh Walker

Cultural Guide

Joshua Walker is a Nunagal man and a Traditional Custodian from Minjerribah, Quandamooka Country. He works on country with Quandamooka Coast Tours educating the many visitors to North Stradbroke Island.

In his younger years, Joshua lived between Brisbane and the Gold Coast and spent time presenting his culture to people from all over the world at the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary and a variety of other venues.

During this time, he also toured with his Traditional Dance Troupe “Yullubariba” to countries such as Japan, Brunei, Singapore and Holland.

At Quandamooka Coast, when you come on a tour with Joshua you will be immersed in the rich culture of his people and will have a better understanding of the oldest continuing culture in the world.

Joshua’s grandmother, Oodgeroo Noonuccal, was a much-revered author, poet, environmentalist and educator as well as a cultural mentor.

Following in her footsteps, Joshua continues to practise, teach and inform visitors and the emerging generation of the knowledge he accumulated over the years.

Kiah Morgan

Tourism Officer

Kiah Morgan is a proud Quandamooka woman and is a direct descendant of Granny Mibu and Neli Nidgiri, working on Quandamooka Bujong Jara (Mother Earth). Kiah is the Senior Bookings Officer for the Quandamooka Coast team. One of her various roles within the team is to book tourists into cultural experiences, allowing them to walk away feeling immersed in Quandamooka Culture. Kiah has travelled to many remote Indigenous Communities within Australia, specialising in Indigenous Tourism for over 5 years. Being able to do this has allowed her to share her Quandamooka culture whilst learning from others. Kiah is passionate about working in Indigenous Tourism, particularly on country which will allow future generations to be able to follow in not only her but her Elder’s footsteps. Kiah feels strongly that being able to work on her traditional country is very important, as this will keep our culture alive whilst immersing visitors in our unique culture.

Alicia Thomson

Bookings Officer

Alicia Thomson is a proud Quandamooka woman and is a direct descendant of Granny Mibu and Neli Nidgiri. She grew up on Western Quandamooka Country with her family and continues to work on Quandamooka Country as a Bookings Officer for the Mulgumpin Camping team.

Alicia strives to provide first class customer service in conjunction with delivering amazing cultural experiences on country to every visitor. Being able to work within the Indigenous Tourism sector on Quandamooka Country allows Alicia to continue to feel strongly connected to her culture every day.

Alicia studied business hospitality after Year 12 and has spent time living and working on Minjerribah. She has also worked at Salt Water Murris, Quandamooka Art Gallery as an administrator and continues to operate from there as an artist.