Sydney Wyanga Malu Half-Day Experience

Small bus tour

Private groups

Half-day tour

Get a glimpse of a First Nation’s perspective in Sydney!

Tour Highlights

Half-day tour with Aboriginal elder Auntie Margaret

Experience an Aboriginal acknowledgement and Welcome to Country

See all the key Sydney landmarks as well as some hidden cultural gems

Morning tea and lunch included

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Tour Information

Price:

AUD $175 per person


Meeting point:

27 Cope Street, Redfern, NSW 2016


Start time:

10:00 a.m.


Availability:

Daily, upon request


Duration:

4 hours


Group sizes:

Minimum 10 people | Maximum 15 people


Included:
  • Bus driver
  • Morning tea and lunch

Please notify us of any dietary requirements at least 48 hours prior to the tour.


What to bring:

Comfortable walking shoes, water bottle, and an umbrella/coat if it is cool.


About the vehicle:

Small bus


Good to know:

This tour can be booked privately and tailored to meet the needs and interests of any group. Contact us to enquire about a private tour.

Your Half-Day Tour Itinerary

Experience an Aboriginal acknowledgment, a traditional welcome to country, and truly connect with nature. Drive over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and visit its Aboriginal north boundary rock engraving site. Return over the bridge and learn about the south boundary dynamics and history of the area. Next, take a short walkabout through The Rocks, exploring Aboriginal history and learning about the original use of this area. Visit Barney Reserve and see seasonal flora and fauna. Discover how Aboriginal People used these valuable resources and how a personal connection is formed with them.

From Campbells Cove, catch amazing views of Sydney Harbour-Opera House. Here, we’ll focus on the local Aboriginal Peoples’ saltwater lifestyle and explore the spiritual values of the Harbour as an Aboriginal site. We’ll also stop at Circular Quay/Woccanmagulli. Visit Argyle Cut and discover the importance of Earth Mother’s ochre (a natural paint), which exists in large clay pods on the wall of rocky outcrop points along the tour route. Drive around the Botanic Gardens, take a walkabout through Macquarie’s Chair opposite Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge and discover not just the Aboriginal history of this area, but the English use of this land.