Join in a journey of discovery with an Aboriginal guide and learn about the Royal Botanic Gardens' rich Aboriginal heritage. Find out what this site meant to the Cadigal, original inhabitants of the Sydney city area, and what it means to Aboriginal people today.
Departing at 2pm Fridays, this walking tour enables you to experience traditional music, dance, and artefacts, and taste bush food while learning about Aboriginal use of plants.
Tours are around an hour and a half in duration. Bookings are essential by phoning the Gardens.
Group tours can be arranged at other times Monday to Friday excluding public holidays. Minimum 7 people. For groups under 7 people the minimum group tour cost applies. For more information or to book contact the Gardens.
02 9231 8134
Royal Botanic Gardens
Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Experiences you can enjoy at Aboriginal Heritage Tour:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Nature based