About Us

Bookabee Australia is a family-owned and operated business. We specialize in providing authentic Aboriginal experiences in Adelaide and across Australia.

Haydyn Bromley

Haydyn is a descendant of the Adnyamathanha, Yarluyandi and Narungga peoples. He has direct family ties with the Flinders Ranges, Yorke Peninsula, Simpson Desert & South- West Queensland.

Haydyn is a qualified teacher with over 30 years’ experience in education and training. He has had a diverse career including representing Australia on several occasions at national and international gatherings. 

Haydyn established his own company Bookabee Australia in 2005 with a vision to become a leader in authentic Aboriginal Cultural Tourism and Aboriginal Cultural Consultancy Services. Through Bookabee, Haydyn has delivered Cultural Awareness/Sensitivity & Respect Training to many thousands of participants across schools, universities and Government, NGO, corporate and private organisations.

Haydyn is the City of Adelaide 2021 Australia Day Citizen of the Year Award Recipient. He was recognised for his dedication, commitment and contribution to the community and business in the field of Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Training.

Lele Sanderson

Lele, the Managing Director of Bookabee Australia, brings a unique combination of experience and expertise to her role. With a background in Early Childhood Teaching & Aboriginal Education she spent numerous years in the education sector before transitioning into the management position at Bookabee in 2005.

As the head of company logistics, Lele is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the business operations. Whether it’s bookings, researching new training materials, or managing the accounts & finances, she ensures that everything runs smoothly and efficiently. Lele’s attention to detail and organizational skills contribute to the seamless functioning of Bookabee Australia.

One of Lele’s key strengths is her exceptional communication skills. As the first point of contact for anyone reaching out to Bookabee, she promptly responds to inquiries and provides valuable assistance. Her quick and helpful responses create a positive experience for customers, making them feel valued and supported.

Overall, Lele’s wealth of skills and knowledge make her an invaluable asset to Bookabee Australia. Her expertise in logistics, coupled with her background in education, allows her to manage the company effectively and provide exceptional customer service. With Lele at the helm, Bookabee continues to thrive and provide a delightful experience for its clientele.

Iteka Ukarla Sanderson-Bromley

Iteka Ukarla Sanderson-Bromley

Iteka Ukarla Sanderson-Bromley is 21 & lives in Adelaide. Her language groups are Adnyamathanha (Flinders Ranges), Narungga (Yorke Peninsula) & Yarluyandi (Simpson Desert). 

Iteka’s ‘Yura mityi’ (Aboriginal/birth order name) is Warrikanha meaning 2nd born daughter. Iteka Ukarla makes regular trips home to ‘country’ & shares her culture through art, as well as by guiding cultural tours in Adelaide as part of her family’s business. 

Iteka is a member of Aboriginal dance groups, ‘Of Desert & Sea’, Tjarutja Dance Theatre & Tal-Kin-Jeri. Iteka completed Year 12 in 2018 & has now completed a Bachelor of Arts, Major Anthropology & Minor Sociology at the University of Adelaide 2023.

She regularly delivers Bookabee Tours to a diverse range of tour guests and especially enjoys working with our international guests. She is extremely approachable and shares her knowledge of native plants and the Aboriginal Cultures Museum with enthusiasm and pride.

Tjimari Mundara Sanderson-Milera

Tjimari Sanderson-Milera is a Kokatha, Narungga, Kaurna and Adnyamathanha man.  Tjimari has worked in various positions as a mentor and support worker for Aboriginal youth. 

Growing up Tjimari has always understood the value of giving back to community and the younger generation and is keen to help change people’s mindsets about Aboriginal people and community and learn more about Aboriginal culture. 

Tjimari established his own business in 2020 delivering cultural education sessions and workshops to schools. He also works for the family business, Bookabee Australia, and assists with delivering cultural tours and delivering Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity & Respect Training.

Tjimari was the 2014 Young South Australian Aboriginal Achiever of the Year, the 2015 NAIDOC Male Sportsperson of the Year and in 2019, the Port Adelaide Enfield Sportsperson of the Year. 

Our story

Whilst working in the field of industrial relations in the late 1990s, Haydyn identified the need for high quality tailored cultural experiences across a range of areas. This led to the establishment of Bookabee Australia in 2005. In 2007, Bookabee Australia Pty Ltd was established and now has 2 distinct business arms within the company:

Bookabee Services Australia: Government and non-government, private sector and industry consultancy services including Aboriginal Affairs, Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity and Respect (Cultural Awareness) Training and general consultancy services.

Bookabee Tours Australia: Middle to high end private tours to local and outback touring destinations.

Bookabee Australia was established to improve cultural sensitivity and responsiveness of organisations. We have been involved in the development, delivery and evaluation of quality professional development programs for almost 30 years. The Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Training that we deliver has been developed for a wide variety of audiences and has received great positive feedback by participants. Our Training and Development has received accolades and been well received by corporate, government, non-government and private industry sectors. 

Bookabee Australia is a South Australian Tourism Hall of Fame recipient and multi-award-winning company based in Adelaide South Australia. 

It led to Haydyn being recognised and awarded the Adelaide City Council – 2021 Australia Day Citizen of the Year. 

Bookabee Australia is in partnership with a number of large organisations across a variety of diverse sectors and elements of the community. We use an interactive, relaxed style of delivery when presenting that safely engages participants in a genuine cultural experience.

The full day training engages participants in a cultural immersion experience that sensitively encourages them to examine their  attitudes, values and beliefs towards Aboriginal Australia in a safe non-judgmental learning environment. The aim of the experience is to safely and sensitively present facts and information to assist participants to adopt a healthier, more positive world view of Aboriginal Australia.

Continually updating and reviewing the Bookabee Australia Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Program has enabled it to maintain currency and relevance over more than two and a half decades. We ensure it is current and relevant to today’s times by adapting and incorporating topical themes and news events.

Below is an excerpt from the IQ2 debate that features Stan Grant, a proud Wiradjuri Aboriginal Man who challenges our nation with his memorable address. This is one of the resources that is used in our Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Training.

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Terms Of Service

Bookabee Services Australia (Bookabee) operates across Australia. 

We provide exceptional cultural immersion experiences designed to speak to the heart and mind to engage participants in life changing experiences.

Cancellation : Cancellation must be made in writing. Such notice is not effective until received by Bookabee during normal working hours.  

Refund policy :  Days of Notice 

31  Days – No charge

 15-30  Days – 50% charge

8 – 14 Days – 75% charge

7 Days or less – No Refund