Bara Barang means make tomorrow.
Experience Aboriginal culture, Share Aboriginal dreaming with Bara Barang Aboriginal Tours. Immerse yourself through a journey that will take you across the beautiful Central Coast of Awaba/Darkinjung country as you will awaken all the senses of the mind, body and spirit in a unique Aboriginal Cultural Experience. It’s a hands-on sensory spiritual tour which you will touch, see, hear, smell and taste everything Bara Barang has to offer!
Their Aboriginal tour guides will take you through many of the beautiful scenic beaches and lookout points while enjoying the natural features and landscapes. Experience ancient local Aboriginal rock engraving sites and they will share some of the pristine rainforest experiences with stories through Aboriginal eyes.
The tour will include morning tea and lunch with a traditional bush tucker cuisine.
Please bring water, hats and sunscreen. Dress casual.
Aboriginal Culture Basic Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for vision impairment Cultural and Theme Tours Disabled access available Family Friendly Half Day or Less International Land - Motorised Land - Self Propelled Nature and wildlife Non Smoking Paid Wifi Public Toilet Sightseeing Tours The Ecotourism Association of Australia Walking and Biking Tours
From $75 to $110
The beach tour includes a traditional smoking ceremony, welcome to country and morning tea. Experience the pristine coastlines and Aboriginal middens where Aboriginal people gathered and told stories for thousands of years and join them in the sacred circle on the beach with didgeridoo, song and dance.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $75 to $110
The bush tour offers a unique visit to the ancient Aboriginal rock engraving sites that are thousands of years old and tell the story of creation of the land and the star world. Experience the sensory of the natural bush through Aboriginal eyes, through the rain forests and water falls, learning about the traditions, customs and beliefs of Aboriginal local people. Learn about Aboriginal traditional bush foods, medicinal plants and stories that were passed down through generation after generation.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet