Yamuloong Centre

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Yamuloong has been established to provide people of all ages with the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal history and culture whilst exploring the wonders and excitement of the bush tucker trails.

Tours are seen by schools and colleges from not only within the Hunter Valley but as far away as Sydney to compliment their own studies/curriculum and as a perfect introduction to Aboriginal history and culture. Many participants are meeting Aboriginal people for the first time.

The property of over seven acres has been regenerated with native bush plants of Australia and the majority of these plants have a quality significant to the Aboriginal people of Australia.

To compliment the Bush Tucker Walk, visitors to Yamuloong can experience and participate in traditional Aboriginal dance and listen to traditional stories of the Awabakal people.

Visitors can also participate in cultural talks and learn about traditional Aboriginal culture.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Barbeque Cafe Carpark Conference/Convention Facilities Indigenous owned and controlled International Kiosk Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Telephone Public Toilet Shop Walk Walks

Trading Times

Check In: 8:00 am
Check Out: 4:00 pm

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