Meet the Taribelang Bunda Cultural Tours team

Meet the Taribelang Bunda Cultural Tours team

Bec is a proud Taribelang woman, spending her childhood at her favourite place, Paddy’s Island with her family.

Bec loves spending time yarning with her Elders to hear their stories and knowledge. Bec has lived at different places around Australia, but has come back to her home, Bundaberg, where she loves learning constantly more about Taribelang culture.

On her time off Bec loves to spend time with her family, getting out on country (when she is not running her 5 kids around!!) and working towards better outcomes for mob.  


Nigel is a proud Taribelang and Yidinji man. He was lucky to spend lots of time with his Grandad (Uncle Noel Rowe) learning stories, culture, songs, dance and language.

He is continuously learning about not only the Taribelang culture, but all indigenous cultures around Australia. Nigel is known for his singing, dancing and didgeridoo playing. In his time off he loves to connect with family and country.


Peter is a proud Kamilaroi man, who moved to Bundaberg, met his wife and has built a family in Bundaberg. His motto is to give back to the indigenous peoples of the land on which he runs businesses, works and lives. Peter has extensive experience in business management, environmental science, cultural heritage and project management. When Peter has time off you will find him working on projects for his family and friends.

Uncle Raymond “Will” is a proud Taribelang and Butchulla man, and beloved Elder. He worked hard labour for many years. He is a story teller and has shared many stories for us to share with you on our tours. Uncle Will loves to look after his family and loves yarning with all in our community. He is loving how the community is now embracing listening and learning from the stories that have been passed down for generations.

Aunty Di is a proud and cherished Taribelang Elder. She tells her personal stories of being a stolen generation child and how she was able to connect to her family regardless of this. She tells stories of tough and sad days, but also of days of love, hope and connection once she was re-united with her family. You will find Aunty Di helping wherever she can in the community.

Uncle David “Tic” is a proud Taribelang and Butchulla man and a strong and much loved Elder. He has some great stories to tell and we share some on our tours. He is a war veteran and first saw reconciliation with the troops. He wants the community to know of past struggles so that we can move forward together. Uncle Tic loves spending time with his family and gardening.