Visitors to Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney’s newest and most spectacular waterfront park, are now able to connect with the world’s oldest living culture with a hands-on educational tour by one of Barangaroo’s Aboriginal Visitor Services Guides.
Renowned environmental educator Clarence Slockee is leading Barangaroo’s program of Aboriginal Cultural Tours which explore the site’s rich Aboriginal history and cultural significance.
The tours provide an in-depth explanation of the Aboriginal history of Sydney Harbour and surrounds and the significance of the site to Aboriginal Australians. The guides also share the stories of Australia’s First Nations People and, in particular, the clans of the Eora Nation.
For everyone interested in the native Australian plants of the Sydney region, these tours are a must. Barangaroo Reserve is unique as the only large public park in Sydney which is exclusively native plants.
Cultural and Theme Tours Disabled access available Nature and wildlife Walking and Biking Tours
From $23.98 to $39.13
Barangaroo Reserve is now open to the public and offers Aboriginal cultural tours to local, interstate and international visitors to reconnect with the world’s oldest living culture.
Barangaroo Aboriginal guides will lead you to a better understanding of the people, place, past and present of this incredibly unique harbourside landscape. Through Australia’s ancient past to the present, Barangaroo is a place of spiritual and cultural significance to Aboriginal people.
Join us in a hands-on learning experience of Aboriginal culture, history and lifestyle through landscape, flora, tools and weapons.