Glenrock Aboriginal cultural tour
Glenrock State Conservation Area
Join an Aboriginal Discovery ranger on a cultural journey you won’t forget in Glenrock State Conservation Area, near Newcastle. Connect with this beautiful country and listen to cultural stories as on you walk on the lands of the Awabakal people.
Tour dates: Friday 12 January, Thursday 18 April, Thursday 11 July and Thursday 3 October 2024.
Tour time: 10am to 12pm.
- Easy. Suitable for adults and children 4 years and over. You’ll walk for 2-3km on a boardwalk and paved path.
Adult $15 per person. Child (4 to 16 years) $10 per person. Family $40 (2 adults and 2 children).
- Meeting point
- The start of Yuelarbah walking track
- Bookings required. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online. For large groups and school tours, email the local NPWS office or call 02 4297 3267.
Explore this amazing park while gaining a unique insight into the wisdom of the world’s oldest living culture on this guided tour. Your Aboriginal guide will introduce you to the amazing variety of native plants used for food, shelter and medicinal purposes as you walk.
This pocket of coastal rainforest holds special significance for its Traditional Owners. It’s home to a number of ancient aboriginal sites and a vast array of plants and animals.
Aboriginal culture is very much alive today in NSW national parks. Aboriginal people have always and will always have a deep connection with the landscape and everything in it, including the land and waterways, plants and animals. This tour is your chance to learn more about these continuing cultural connections.
Please wear enclosed shoes and bring a hat, insect repellent, sunscreen, drinking water and snacks.
- NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service
- in Glenrock State Conservation Area in the North Coast region
Glenrock State Conservation Area is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.