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“Learning on the sacred land of Dhurwal”
Review of Iwara Travel

Iwara Travel
Ranked #172 of 300 Outdoor Activities in Sydney
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Australian Aboriginal culture is over 50,000 years old making it the oldest living culture in the world.Experience Aboriginal culture from Aboriginal people.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Activities for young children
Reviewed June 12, 2017

An outstanding experience of culture led by the welcoming and knowledgeable Uncle Tim. It was great to hear the stories of the Dreaming with those of first contact (British and French) and be in the space that has been part of Aboriginal lives for over 6000 years...what a blessing!

Thank rachelritacecilia
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Reviewed September 25, 2016

As an Aboriginal and South sea Islander man it was great to be able to hear the stories of the local mob here in Sydney. Aunty Margaret is a powerful tour guide who is able to allow you to get into a deep insight into how the Sydney harbour would have been traditionally

Thank Quinton V
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Reviewed January 24, 2016

This is a Must Do for visitors to Sydney interested in learning about the first people in Australia, our Aboriginals. This is a non-political and fascinating explanation of the connections and commonalities betweens Australians and Aboriginal Australians both in the early days and present day. The Aboriginal culture, the family structures, the relationship with the land including the role of custodianship and the ancient spirituality are just some of the topics covered. You will come away with an entirely new way of looking at nature and its inclusive role even in the urban development of a large city like Sydney. It is suitable for for all: families, groups of friends and solo.

Thank RobynTaylorBrisbane
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