Aboriginal Bush Tour of Sydney
Australia is an ancient country, still populated by an indigenous culture that stretches back over 40,000 years! Visiting Sydney and looking for some hidden indigenous art? Some yummy bush tucker? Or a gentle walk through some of Australia’s renowned bush land? Then the Aboriginal Bush Tour of Sydney
was designed for you!
Discover ancient engravings of the indigenous Cammeraygal peoples of Sydney’s northern shore, observe stunning flora and fauna, and hear stories of the dreamtime as we tread in the very paths of Australia’s original inhabitants.
Historians both amateur and pro will not be disappointed as our trained tour guides recount real tales of Aboriginal ingenuity and bravery! Tourists will leapt into a 40,000 year old culture and connect with the rugged beauty of our land and history! Sydneysiders and locals to the area will definitely hear a new fact, or discover a new spot! Get on the walking shoes, reach for your water bottle, and experience Australia in a way you never have before.
- Neighborhood Greenwich/Wollstonecraft
- Capacity 15 - 20 people per tour guide
- Dress It's a walking tour, so wear comfortable shoes (bush terrain) and clothing, bring water
- Weather Tour takes place rain or shine (rain can flood parts of the walk that pass through creeks)
Aboriginal Bush Tour of Sydney Itinerary
- Smoothey Parkt A quiet reserve in off-peak hours, a busy thoroughfare during peak hours; this park next to Wollstonecraft station introduces you to the Australian bush.
- Gore Hill Reserve This diamond in the rough stretches from Wollstonecraft station to the tip of Berry Island. The reserve hides waterfalls, streams, fauna and edible flora as well as ancient Aboriginal rest sites.
- Bandangi Reserve Recently completed, this section of the bush walk is less travelled. Find a secret beach spot known only to locals and hear about Aboriginal legends Bennelong and Pemulwuy under the gum trees.
- Berry Island ReserveCome face to face with ancient Aboriginal engravings and hunting sites, dated pre-colonisation.