Learn about Aboriginal Culture on these tours in Sydney and NSW
Aboriginal Culture Tours Sydney & NSW
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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park Day Trip from Sydney, Sydney
Travel just north of Sydney to explore Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park on a full-day tour by land and water. Discover sacred Aboriginal sites, hidden waterfalls and remote beaches during a 3-hour catamaran cruise through scenic waterways. Learn about indigenous traditions and ancient Aboriginal rock carvings. You also visit West Head lookout, home to the only place where five separate waterways intersect. With numbers limited to 22 people, this small-group tour provides an in-depth experience of these iconic locations.
3-Day Great Camping Adventures Kangaroos Abseiling Hiking Aboriginal Experience, Sydney
Imagine camping in the Australian bush! From the moment you arrive on the Friday afternoon you will always have plenty to do. On the Friday night there is traditional Aboriginal dance around the campfire and Saturday night we all relax and enjoy traditional live country music so you can learn all about Australia in song. There's abseiling, hiking on some of the most magnificent trails, we'll see some of the oldest Aboriginal places in Australia dating back 1,600 years and we get up nice and close to the Three Sisters. We have a chef on board and all your meals are included. We have tents established on your arrival and stretcher beds in place. There are both eco and flush toilets and camp showers available if required. Your weekend will end after lunch on Sunday afternoon. We operate September through to April each year. See this site for weekend dates that will operate during this period.
Blue Mountains Red Hands Cave Guided Walking Tour, Sydney
Red Hands Cave is a guided walking tour in the lower Blue Mountains. Your guide will take you to one of the most historic Aboriginal places in Australia with stenciled art placed there by the Aboriginal people dating back over 1,600 years from the Darug and Gundungurra people. On your tour your guide will show you bush tucker and you will get to see an old ancient part of the National Park where the Indigenous once sharpened their tools and gathered their food. We often get to see and hear lyrebirds and see Kangaroos that often frequent this area. Our tour is great for families with a minimum age of 6. The track is graded easy to medium.
Blue Mountains Hop-on Hop-off Tour with Optional Scenic World Rides and Waradah Aboriginal Centre, Katoomba
Go sightseeing in the Blue Mountains on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Your hop-on hop-off pass is valid for three days and stops at 29 convenient locations, including most hotels in the central Blue Mountains area. See the views from the Three Sisters and Echo Point lookouts, and visit galleries, shops and cafes in the lovely mountain towns of Leura and Katoomba. Upgrade to the Lyrebrird Pass to include a visit to Scenic World, with the world's steepest scenic railway and Southern Hemisphere's steepest cableway or the the Cockatoo Pass and watch didgeridoo and coroboree shows at Waradah Aboriginal Centre.
Small-Group Blue Mountains Day Trip from Sydney Including Waradah Aboriginal Culture Centre, Featherdale Wildlife Park and River Cruise, Sydney
Explore the Blue Mountains National Park-including Wentworth Falls, Jamison Valley, Echo Point and the Three Sisters-with an experienced local guide who will show you the best secluded lookouts, rainforest trails and pristine valleys. With stops at an aboriginal cultural center, the mountain village of Katoomba, and a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park, the day will be filled with Australian highlights. Peaceful nature walks enhance the experience and your small group limited to 14 people ensures an intimate tour with other nature lovers.
Aboriginal Cultural Cruise and Tour on Sydney Harbour, Sydney
See Aboriginal Sydney in the relaxed and friendly company of your Aboriginal hosts and crew. Cruise the most beautiful harbour in the world aboard the Mari Nawi (Big Canoe) on this two hour harbour cruise and island tour while enjoying the relaxed and friendly company of your Aboriginal hosts and crew.
Waradah Aboriginal Center Cultural Performance, Blue Mountains
The Waradah Aboriginal Centre is a landmark place that showcases the extraordinary talents and proud celebration of Aboriginal Indigenous culture, art and dance. Located adjacent to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park on the ground floor of the Heritage Centre, this is the ideal location for local and worldwide visitors to experience authentic song and dance performances, dreamtime stories and quality authentic artworks and crafts.