Aboriginal Dreaming Dhumbalong Tour

From AUD $59.00
  • Duration: 60 Minutes (approx.)
  • Location: Sydney, NSW
  • Product code: Dhumbalong ICC

Be touched by the most ancient human culture on earth in a 60-minute leisurely walkabout with an Aboriginal guide in Dhumbalong (Darling Harbour), Sydney and journey into DreamTime, the culture of Aboriginal People.

This 60-minute leisurely walkabout in Darling Harbour, departing from and returning to ICC Sydney, has been designed to enhance your event experience and is a perfect introduction to Aboriginal Culture showing a perspective of Sydney that is touching, enlightening, and very informative.

Key experiences
  • Experience a local Aboriginal greeting and learn some of the language spoken
  • Meet knowledgeable Aboriginal guides
  • Participate in a Sydney cultural acknowledgement of Earth Mother using her ochre (traditional paint)
  • Opportunity to handle cultural objects and materials
  • Learn about the Aboriginal DreamTime, it’s origin, history and culture
  • Understanding the connection between modern Sydney and the Aboriginal Dreaming.
The Aboriginal Dreaming DHumbalong Tour is 100 per cent Aboriginal-owned and was developed by Aboriginal Elder, Margret Campbell, a Dunghutti – Jerrinjah woman. It is led by Aboriginal guides who have her permission to share her cultural knowledge. The tour gives you the opportunity to discover how the ancient Aboriginal DreamTime is still alive within the modern Sydney landscape and how the billion-year-old harbour, marine environment, sandstone strata, waterways, flora and fauna continue to influence how Aboriginal people live today.

Dreamtime Southern X is proudly one of Tourism Australia’s / Indigenous Business Australia’s “Indigenous Tourism Champions Program” product suppliers.  This elite group of product suppliers represent the best-of-the best Indigenous experiences in Australia.  Additionally we are a member of The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC), a certified member of Supply Nation (Aboriginal Corporate Association), Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Member and endorsed by the New South Wales Aboriginal Tour Operators Council (NATOC).