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Review of Ngurra Bu

Ngurra Bu
Ranked #2 of 13 things to do in Wollombi
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Join our experienced Aboriginal guides as they share with you their knowledge of the culturally significant sites of Hunter Wine Country & the diverse uses of the surrounding bushland. The Wollombi and Broke Valleys are home to numerous Ceremony and Lore sites. Our tours follow the Traditional Ceremonial journey to share the stories including why Mt Yengo is as significant to NSW Aboriginal people as Uluru is to the Central Desert people.We endeavor to empower & connect any of our tour visitors to knowledge, understanding & the spirit which is within us all so you can walk away with a true feeling of enlightenment & awareness.Our tours are currently available to book on weekends but if you have a group interested in a mid week tour please contact us.Ngurra Bu, meaning 'little lore camp' is a not for profit organisation whose mission is to teach and share Aboriginal culture to ensure that it continues to be the oldest living culture on earth.
Reviewed May 18, 2014

Adam your are awesome!! Your passion and deep connection to the land and your ancestors is inspiring. What a fantastic day so many powerful experience, so much information that provides perspective and a deep respect. This tour is well run and organized a definite must when you are in the vineyards.

Thank Susan_DS3434MF
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Reviewed April 8, 2014

Adam wow! you were wonderful and passionate about your aboriginal ancestry. My 5 international guests came away from our afternoon guide feeling blessed and more aware of the world around us. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

Thank JazG708
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Reviewed February 11, 2014

We were most impressed by the information we were given and the sites we were shown. As experienced bushwalkers, we have only ever heard second hand interpretations of aboriginal rock carvings.Adam was very generous with sharing his knowledge.

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Reviewed February 5, 2014

We learnt so much about aboriginal history and spirituality. It was wonderful to get a better understanding of the rock carvings and plants. Adam was so very generous with sharing his knowledge and is an incredibly humble and spiritual man who effortlessly made a connection with us. We were all inspired and yet grounded by the experience. Our only disappointment was not to meet Jocelyn too - next time!

1  Thank 484JudeK
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Reviewed January 8, 2014

Wonderful information is freely shared with passion, we enjoyed the morning tour with Adam and Jocelyn, and will be returning for the afternoon session. This is a wonderful cultural experience that is priceless.

1  Thank Peta W
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