Ancestral stories of Aboriginal people explain their deep spiritual connection with the land, sea and sky and are passed from generation to generation. You’ll discover these Dreaming stories of the world’s oldest living culture on wonderful Aboriginal-guided tours and in Aboriginal art and dance.
Admire rock art in spectacular national parks, follow ancient song lines on walking tracks, and taste bush tucker. You can experience traditional ceremonies, visit significant heritage sites and tour a UNESCO World Heritage wilderness where the world’s oldest ritual cremation site was discovered.
From the beautiful coast to the striking outback are enthralling Aboriginal cultural experiences. Regional art galleries such as the Wollongong Art Gallery in Wollongong, the Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery in Lake Macquarie, and the Moree Plains Gallery in Moree curate fine indigenous collections.
Browse authentic arts and crafts in Indigenous-owned galleries and cultural centres across NSW. In the Blue Mountains, watch traditional dance and didgeridoo at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre. The Yarrawarra Aboriginal Centre in Coffs Harbour has an art gallery and a delicious bush tucker cafe.
In beautiful Country NSW are many enchanting experiences. Follow the for the Yindyamarra sculpture walk along the banks of the splendid Murry River in Albury. With Bundyi Cultural Tours in Wagga Wagga, you can see how a didgeridoo is made and visit significant sites.
In breathtaking Outback NSW, will take you into the World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park. Join Mutawintji Eco Tours to visit rock art in Mutawintji National Park. The Brewarrina Aboriginal Fish Traps Guided Tour takes you to one of the world’s oldest man-made structures.
On the unspoilt South Coast are more marvellous experiences, such as an Aboriginal ranger tour in Booderee Botanic Gardens in Jervis Bay and the Gulaga Creation Tour near Narooma. On the gorgeous North Coast, hop on a quad bike with Sand Dune Adventures and visit ancient campsites.