Come and visit their Uluru.
Ngurra Bu, ‘meaning little lore camp’ is a not for profit organisation whose mission is to teach and share Aboriginal culture to ensure that it continues being the oldest living culture on earth. They operate as a social enterprise meaning that they trade (by offering tours) to raise money for camps for Aboriginal people disconnected from their culture, and community and school programs for young people. Profits generated by the tours also create employment opportunities for Aboriginal people.
Join the experienced Aboriginal guides as they share their knowledge of the culturally significant sites of Hunter Wine Country. The Wollombi and Broke Valleys are home to numerous ceremony and lore sites. Their tag along tours follow the traditional ceremonial journey to share the stories including why Mount Yengo is as significant to East Coast Aboriginal people as Uluru is to the Central Desert people.
From $55 to $110
Join experienced Aboriginal guides on a full day, tag-along guided Aboriginal sites tour.
Meet the guides in the village of Wollombi before heading out to Broke to visit the Baiame Cave and hear the story of the creator. You will return to Wollombi for lunch before hitting the road again into Yengo National Park to see the Map Site and hear the traditional lore lessons of this very important meeting place. Afternoon tea will be served at Finchley Lookout whilst you relax and enjoy the magnificent view.
From $35 to $70
Join their knowledgeable and experienced Aboriginal guides on a tag along tour to the Baiame Cave at Milbrodale and hear the story of the creator. The tour meets in Wollombi.