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The tour commences at 10am, with a Welcome to Country ceremony, welcoming you to the land.
You then take the Basin Track Tour. This rock engraving site was used as a classroom for my people. You will be shown how we do rock art and how my people managed the bush and looked after it. We'll show you how the bush looked after us.
While visiting Aboriginal sites you will learn how our traditional styles of art that were created over the generations and hear stories our ancestors possibly told their children a long time ago, one site you will visit is an education site.
You will enjoy a lunch* break at the Resolute picnic area and there will be plenty of time here to talk with Laurie and ask any questions you may have. There are public toilets, BBQs and picnic tables available. (*Bring your own lunch)
After lunch you will take a short walk to the Red Hand Cave to show you the Stencil art and explain the history behind it.
The tour concludes at about 1.30pm.
Scheduled departures run one Sunday a month from approximately 10am. Check the calendar for departure dates. Exact departure times will need to be confirmed 24-48 hours prior to your experience.
Please note meals are not provided. For groups of 15 people or more, lunch can be provided including freshly barbecued kangaroo, emu and fish with salad, damper (Johnny cakes), tea and coffee. Lunch is an additional $40.00 per person. Please click on the Enquire Now button if you'd like to discuss this option.
Private tour bookings can be accommodated on other dates, please enquire.
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Basin Track Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park