This Aboriginal heritage tour is a perfect introduction to Aboriginal culture for visitors or locals alike. The tour focuses on discovering the ancient Dreamtime identity that is intimate, enlightening and informative. Experience a local Aboriginal greeting and learn some of the language spoken.
The Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, of it's creation, and it's great stories. It is the beginning of knowledge, from which came the laws of existence.
This leisurely walkabout around The Rocks uncovers the authentic history of the Aboriginal people’s saltwater heritage within Sydney Harbour, their land, water use and spiritual connection to the adjoining waterways and foreshores. The tour begins with a local greeting before partaking in a cultural ceremony that acknowledges Earth Mother using her ochre. Discover how to experience contemporary Aboriginal society right in the heart of cosmopolitan Sydney today. Drawing upon knowledge populated from the oldest ecologists, conservationists, wildlife carers, botanists, astronomers, climatologists and marine biologists on the Earth today, the guides will explain how this ancient wisdom continues to reveal itself within the English settlement of The Rocks.
Please allow 90 minutes for this experience.
The tour is an all-nature activity, ‘rain is cultural for Aboriginal people’. No cancellations will be accepted due to weather.
The tour is suited to domestic and international travellers as well as educational groups.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Maximum group size is 25 people.
The tour is an all-nature activity ‘rain is cultural for Aboriginal people’. No cancellations will be accepted due to weather.
Comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat and bottle of water are recommended. Wet weather gear will be necessary on rainy days.
This experience is located in The Rocks, Sydney.