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Aboriginal culture

Aboriginal people have lived in Australia for over 40,000 years, and NSW is home to Australia's largest Aboriginal population. In many NSW national parks, you’ll discover Aboriginal places of significance which range from small ceremonial sites to towering mountains. Through the programs that we manage, and our Aboriginal Discovery tours, you can discover incredible Aboriginal rock art, stone artefacts, sites, middens, places, plants, and animals of cultural value in NSW national parks.

Red Hands Cave walking track, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Nick Cubbin
An Aboriginal ranger hosting a tour of the Mungo lunette rock formations at sunset in Mungo National Park. Credit: Aaron Davenport © Aaron Davenport

Guided cultural tours with Aboriginal rangers

A rich range of guided cultural tours with Aboriginal rangers await you in NSW national parks. Hear Dreamtime stories, discover bush medicine or learn about the cultural significance of parks on a guided tour with an Aboriginal ranger.