Dreamtime SouthernX Pty Ltd is privately owned by Aboriginal People. It offers a suite of tailored products and services for tourism and education markets, that are grounded in Aboriginal culture experiences of being greeted-welcomed to country, walking or travelling over ancient Aboriginal pathways tracing the ever-present Dreamtime of Sydney, delivered via a series of outdoor learning in continuity with nature/seasons, walking or travelling by bus or with a welcome to country.
Dreamtime Southern X operates in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities – Sydney, and has the added advantage of being a part of the most ancient human culture on Earth: the Aboriginal Peoples Dreamtime.
Dreamtime Southern X was founded and is managed by Margret Campbell, a Dunghutti-Jerrinjah elder. Margret’s reputation has led to her being recognised as a Tourism Champion by Tourism Australia, Destination NSW, Indigenous Business Council, and endorsed by Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) Supply Nation and the Indigenous Business Chamber of Commerce.
The evolution, integrity and authenticity of Dreamtime Southern X products is inspired by Margret’s desire to build a mutual understanding and resilient respect between all Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people grounded on a deep, enduring connection to the Australian landscape.
Service TypesCultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours
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Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
Indigenous CultureDiscover Aboriginal Experiences Indigenous owned and controlled
MembershipAustralian Tourism Export Council National Trust New South Wales Business Chamber Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre
Be touched by the most ancient human culture on earth on a 90-minute leisurely walkabout with an Aboriginal guide in The Rocks, and journey into Dreamtime, the culture of Aboriginal People.
Aboriginal Guide have been hand-picked by the Elders to share their cultural heritage on The Rocks Aboriginal Dreaming Tour.
Topics include: Aboriginal Dreamtime: What is it? Where it comes from? How did Aboriginal culture originate from the billion year old natural landscape, skies, and waterways including Sydney Harbour and its foreshore environment? Who are Aboriginal Custodians? How did this originate?
Tour highlights: knowledgeable Aboriginal guides, participate in a cultural acknowledgement with ochre (traditional paint), opportunity to handle cultural objects and materials, hear and learn some of the language spoken by the Gadigal people, understanding the connection between modern Sydney and the Aboriginal dreaming.
Tour departs from Cadman’s Cottage 110 George Street, The Rocks.
Hours/days of operation: 10.30am – 12 noon daily (except Christmas Day and Good Friday).
Private, group and school tours can be booked anytime (subject to availability). Minimum numbers apply
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Enjoy a living Dreamtime cultural trail of experiences including visiting sites of significance, rock engravings, and fauna and flora across metropolitan Sydney and the surrounding landscape to learn how Aboriginal people maintain their cultural connection. Experience first hand how to always walk on and travel through country, whether in the city or the outback, with a deep respect. Wyanga Malu is the perfect Aboriginal Welcome to Sydney.
Wyanga Malu Walkayai means: Earth Mum Welcome
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