Immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture and experience first hand how Aboriginal people used the land to survive, their traditional practices, the bush tucker they ate, bush tools they used and their spiritual beliefs from the Dreaming.
The Tumut River and Kosciuszko National Park located in the Snowy Mountains Region of New South Wales was the meeting place for Aboriginal tribes including the Wiradjuri, Ngungawal and Wolgalu. They met for trade, ceremony and to follow traditional pathways used for travelling to and from the mountains to the coast.
Discover why Aboriginal people's movements were governed by the landscape and the seasonal changes that affected food and shelter resources.
This is a hands on experience delivered in the breathtaking landscapes of the Snowy Mountains and offers unique opportunities to see ancient landscapes, make your own bush rope, traditional jewellery, basket weaving and learn about the survival skills of Aboriginal people.Visit Website
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Educational Tourism, Family Friendly, Flora/Fauna, Health and Wellbeing, Nature based, Wildlife