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Enjoy a living Dreamtime cultural trail of experiences including visiting sites of significance, rock engravings, and fauna and flora across metropolitan Sydney and the surrounding landscape to learn how Aboriginal people maintain their cultural connection. Experience first hand how to always walk on and travel through country, whether in the city or the outback, with a deep respect.
Aboriginal guides will demonstrate how this place, we now know as Sydney, continues to weave the Dreamtime Southern X text into its modern, built up environment. Discover how to experience contemporary Aboriginal society right in the heart of cosmopolitan Sydney today.
Explore Sydney's Dreamtime beginnings on this mini coach half day tour. Wyanga Malu is the perfect Aboriginal Welcome to Sydney.
Start the day by experiencing an Aboriginal Welcome Ceremony in Redfern.
The first destination is Victoria Park, a significant Aboriginal site in Glebe. In 2000 the southern part of the park was the site of an Aboriginal Tent Embassy to highlight Indigenous issues during the Sydney Olympics. It's also the venue for Yabun, an annual festival held on 26 January showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture since 2002.
Next, travel across the harbour bridge to a cultural site with rock engravings in North Sydney, overlooking Sydney and the harbour from the north.
Head back over the bridge for a Sydney Harbour heritage session in The Rocks.
Finally, travel to the Domain area and experience a leisurely 45 minute walk to the Macquarie's Chair area, a cultural site with iconic views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
Enjoy a picnic lunch with Aboriginal flavours, prepared modern style. Great photo opportunities and lunch overlooking harbour, before transfer back to Redfern.
This is a 4 hour private group tour and operates with a minimum 15 guests.
Various locations throughout metropolitan Sydney.