The tour guide was really interesting and engaging – and I learnt a lot! Highly recommended to anyone interested in learning of the indigenous history around the Sydney Harbour.
Sydney Rocks Dreaming Tour
Our most popular tour
1.5 hour walking tour
Led by Aboriginal guides
Uncover the most ancient human culture on earth during this 90-minute walkabout in The Rocks with your local Aboriginal guide.
1.5-hour leisurely walkabout with an Aboriginal guide in The Rocks
Local Aboriginal greeting spoken in traditional language
Opportunity to handle cultural objects and materials
Central location in Sydney, yet off the beaten path
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AUD $45 per person
110 George Street, Sydney NSW 200
Daily, year round
Minimum 5 people | Maximum 20 people
What to bring:
Comfortable walking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing
We recommend this tour for anyone age 5 & up
Good to know:
This tour is great for school trips, and can be tailored for different age groups and curricula. Contact us to enquire about a school trip.
Journey into Dreamtime
Taking place right along the Sydney Harbour, this 90 minute walking tour explores the Aboriginal People’s saltwater heritage, touching on their use of the local resources and their spiritual connection to the adjoining waterways.
This tour will connect you to the living Dreamtime wisdoms that continue to influence the Aboriginal people in the metropolis of Sydney. To this day, these ancient wisdoms reveal themselves in the natural wonders present on Sydney’s natural billion year old saltwater harbour and marine environment including local flora and fauna, nearby fresh waterways, and sandstone strata.
Your Aboriginal guide will not only reveal their own understanding and experience of the Dreamtime, but will draw on knowledge populated from the oldest ecologists, conservationists, wildlife carers, botanists, astronomers, climatologists and marine biologists on the earth today.
It was a wonderful experience. Great staff, very friendly and fantastic MC. We met up at Circular Quay and cruised around to all parts of the Harbour.