Cultural Stories of the Swan River, cruising on the iconic Crystal Swan.
The Swan River, or Derbarl Yerrigan Bilya, as it’s known in Nyoongar language, has been the main conduit between the Inland Plains and the Indian Ocean for centuries, and holds a special significance for many cultures. None more so than the region’s traditional owners, the Whadjuck Nyoongar people, who have occupied this land for over 40,000 years.