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Join our Gumbaynggirr Tour guides for a fantastic 3.5 hour tour of the Aboriginal owned and operated National Park. This cultural experience is a must do if you are visiting the Mid North coast of NSW.
This tour includes a bush and beach walk through the pristine protected Aboriginal area. You will participate in traditional ceremony, engage with the local Gumbaynggirr language, taste test our traditional foods, learn about the cultural eco systems within the National Park and hear our Dreaming stories of the two Goanna sisters and the Wirrijagi.
*By booking this experience you are supporting a growing Aboriginal business. Demand is flexible which is why we request that you contact us to ensure we meet your needs. To confirm availability on your preferred date, please Enquire now*
Learn about the delicate eco systems within our National Park, our methods and way of life which connect us as one to the wajaarr (earth), biindarray (rivers) & gaagal (ocean). Hear about our natural landscapes, the importance of preserving jagun (country) & protecting our endangered & critically endangered species within the park traditionally.
Be connected as one to the wajaarr (earth), biindarray (rivers) and gaagal (ocean). The natural environment is our cultural landscape, our view is holistic this is our food source, our medicine, our ceremony, our way of life. Listen to our local Aboriginal guides as they share the knowledge of the Gumbaynggirr people.
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This is a 3.5hour experience. Pleas note this tour runs with a minimum of 5 people to a maximum group of 60 people.
Tickets: Prices vary depending on day of the week and group size.
*To confirm price and availability on your preferred date, please Enquire now*
Please allow travel time as follows:
Weather/Climate Conditions: As this tour is held outside, please dress appropriately for the weather on the day.
GWNP Tour is not suitable for children under 10 years.
Tour Guides will meet participants at Scott’s Head Reserve - opposite the Ocean Street Diner at 6 Short St, Scott’s Head and escort them to Gaagal Wanggaan NP.