The roots of Australia’s Aboriginal culture stretch back many thousands of years - exploring the connection is a potent source of wonder for visitors.
Aboriginal Australians are now offering an array of experience to visitors across New South Wales. Using the knowledge of the landscape and its plants and animals gained over thousands of years as well as their intense spiritual connection with the land, Aboriginal guides are keen to share their knowledge.
In Sydney, these include Aboriginal-guided cruises on Sydney Harbour, bush tucker tours, cultural performances and specialist galleries where you can buy Aboriginal art.
Further afield, you can trace the roots of Aboriginal culture in World Heritage national parks where you can see rock art, plants and stunning landscapes.
Many Aboriginal tourism experiences are located within relatively easy reach of major regional towns where you’ll have a wide choice of dining and accommodation.