Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre is an ideal school excursion or day trip for learning about Aboriginal culture. Listen to Aboriginal guides and enjoy a picnic.
Discover Aboriginal culture in NSW national parks
You’ll find plenty of ways to discover and experience Aboriginal culture within NSW national parks. Learn how to make a spear or weave a basket at La Perouse Aboriginal markets in Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Link up with an Aboriginal Discovery Ranger to experience over 40,000 years of Aboriginal culture at Mungo National Park in outback NSW, or allow yourself to be mesmerised by Aboriginal rock art – the oldest surviving human art form in the world – at Red Hands Cave in Blue Mountains National Park.
Basin Aboriginal art site in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park offers picnicking and walking with some fascinating rock engravings by the Garrigal of the Guringai Nation.
Take the fascinating Aboriginal Heritage walk highlighting rock art and engravings of the Guringai people of West Head in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Red Hands Cave in Blue Mountains National Park is one of the best showcases of Aboriginal rock art in the area. The walk starts at Euroka campground or Glenbrook carpark.
At Mutawintji Historic Site, see Aboriginal rock art and hear Dreamtime stories about the culture and mythology of this ancient landscape near Broken Hill in outback NSW.
- Outback NSW