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Following your guide, drive to stunning Finchley Trig Lookout for a traditional Acknowledgement of Country and to hear our story of creation.
Here, you will have a 360-degree view overlooking Mt Yengo, which is as significant to local people as Uluru is to its people. Your guide will show you engravings and share ancient knowledge. You will have the opportunity to participate in a smoking ceremony, to protect and cleanse the mind and body. You will also hear language through story, song, and dance.
A journey through the land with Girri Girra is something to savour. Walk in the footsteps of Australia’s first people and feel their living connection to the 21st century. Hear timeless stories, see original rock carvings and feel the power of connecting with this beautiful country.
Yengo National Park and the surrounding areas are an important spiritual and cultural place for Aboriginal People. There are over 640 recorded Aboriginal cultural sites in the area. Creation stories recount that Biamie, the ancestral being, stepped off the flat top of Mount Yengo into the sky when he finished his creation.
During the tour your guide will share stories and ancient knowledge that provide valuable insight into Yengo National Park and the surrounding area. Participants will also have the opportunity to witness a traditional Acknowledgement of Country, hear our creation story and participate in a traditional smoking ceremony.
Tour departs at 9:00am from Slacks Park, Paynes Crossing Road & Yango Creek Road, Wollombi. Please meet your guide here and arrive 10 minutes prior to departure time.
From the meeting point, participants will be required to drive their own vehicles a short distance, following their guide, to Finchley Trig Lookout.
The tour duration is 4 hours and the distance covered is 2km along relatively flat walking paths. Participants need to be able to stand and walk for the duration of the tour.
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Group and family discounts available.
bottled water, hat, sunscreen and aeroguard, wear comfortable clothing and enclosed walking shoes.
Please remember these sites are an important part of Aboriginal culture so please remember to tread carefully and with respect.
Yengo National Park