A bushwalk with a National Park guide and aboriginal guide introduces you to the natural beauty of this region and its rich aboriginal culture.
Experience the natural beauty and history of this region on this walking tour through the National Park. The walk to Haycock Point point provides spectacular coastline views. Australian flora and fauna is a feature of the walk with likely sightings of sea eagles and Australian gannets and other bush birds. You may even come across a friendly kangaroo.
This tour includes a strong Aboriginal component presented by an Aboriginal Elder through his art and artefacts, which begins with a traditional smoking ceremony. The cultural activities are presented in a pleasant, sheltered, grassed area and time is available for guests to ask questions and enjoy light refreshments.
Need to Know:
Note: Tours is subject to availability of aboriginal guide, weather and bushfire conditions. Comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather - jumper or jacket and wet weather gear is recommended as well as sturdy, fully enclosed footwear, sun protection, insect repellent and drinking water. Participants must be 6 years of age or older