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Aboriginal Culture Tours Newcastle | Muurrung Marai

February 17 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Saturday, repeating indefinitely

Amos standing in front of the Muloobina sign at Newcastle

Join Amos, a local Aboriginal man raised in the Newcastle & Lake Macquarie region, on an immersive walking tour experience.

Embark on a guided journey through the beautiful landscapes of Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, as we explore the rich cultural heritage of this area. Our tour will culminate in a mesmerizing didgeridoo performance.

Our adventure begins at the Muloobinba ferry wharf, where Amos will greet you and lead the way. From there, we will set off on foot, allowing us to fully appreciate the surroundings and engage with the environment.

Our first stop will be Nobby’s Head, a prominent landmark that offers breathtaking views of the coastline. Amos will share fascinating stories and insights about the significance of this location in Aboriginal culture.

Next, we will visit the Strzelecki War Memorial, where we will pay our respects and learn about the important historical events commemorated at this site. Amos will shed light on the Indigenous perspectives related to these events.

Finally, we will venture into the tranquil Glenrock State Forest/Lagoon. This natural oasis provides an opportunity to connect with the land and witness the beauty of the Glenrock Conservation Area. Amos will guide us through a short walk, showcasing the picturesque landscapes and sharing traditional knowledge.

Throughout the walking tour, Amos will engage participants of all ages, ensuring an inclusive and educational experience for everyone. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, interact with the environment, and gain a deeper understanding of the local Aboriginal culture.

Don’t miss out on this immersive walking tour led by Amos, as we explore Newcastle and Lake Macquarie with a renewed sense of appreciation and cultural awareness. Lace up your walking shoes and get ready to embark on a memorable journey through the heart of this captivating region.

All you need is

  • Protective shoes for walking
  • Hat/sunscreen as we will be out in the sun
  • Drinks or snacks
  • To be ready to get an understanding and knowledge about the Aboriginal culture in our great region!

You can purchase a ticket for yourself and family below, just choose what tickets you need then you will be taken through our simple checkout process.

School groups contact us here or call us at 0402 742 153 for school bookings.

Please note: We run this tour every day during the school holidays. Check our list of tours to purchase your tickets.

Disclaimer: Please note that this is a walking tour and no longer a bus tour. Participants are expected to be prepared for moderate physical activity and comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended. However, if you arrange for a separate bus, Amos can join the bus and provide the tour while you travel between locations. Please inform us in advance if you plan to bring your own bus for the tour.


February 17
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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