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Taste of Wiradjuri Culture - Aboriginal Cultural Tour


Bundyi Cultural Tours

Bundyi Cultural Tours are specialist in sharing Aboriginal culture on full-day tours in the Riverina, near Wagga Wagga in southern NSW. Professional guide and Wiradjuri man, Mark Saddler, will take you on a personal tour of his ancient country. You can look, smell, touch and immerse yourself in his ancient country and culture.

**Covid-19 Message: Bundyi Cultural Tours will use social distancing measures at all times. All vehicles and equipment are washed and sanitised after every tour.

from $359

Insights into your experience

Learn about the oldest people in the known universe, a living culture that is over 60,000 years old and that is still continuing to thrive.

On this tour you’ll experience places and items of Wiradjuri significance. Visit Kengal and the  Murrumbidgee River.

Visit Wagga Wetlands (weather permitting) and all day sharing of information about my Wiradjuri culture and language.

Highlights include:

  • Learn Wiradjuri language and more about Wiradjuri culture
  • Practical demonstrations of the art of traditional tool making
  • See and learn about special places and trees
  • meet Australian bush animals
  • learn how a didgeridoo is made
  • learn about tools including spears and stone axe



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Things to know

Tours run daily from 9.30am to 2.30pm. This tour operates with a minimum number of 2 people, maximum is 18.

Cost per person is $359.00AUD.

This tour is not suitable for children under the age of 15 years.

Cost includes:

  • BBQ lunch
  • Drinking water

You should bring:

  • Comfortable clothing, footwear, hat, camera.
  • A respectful attitude to learning and discovery of the oldest culture in the universe.

Meeting point

Tourist Information Centre - Tarcutta St. Wagga Wagga at 9:30am


Wagga Wagga is part of our Wiradjuri Ngurambang (country). Wagga Wagga has a major airport with daily flights from Sydney and Melbourne. Wagga is also serviced by a Country railway service and is 4 hours drive from Sydney and Melbourne. Canberra is only a 2.5 hour drive.

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