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First Lesson Cultural Tours - 2 Hour Cultural Tour

03/10/2019 (Tour - 10AM or Camp Oven Dinner 6PM)

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    Type Price Fee*Quantity
    Two Hour Tour
    Adult (16+) - Cultural Tour $55.00 $1.55
    Child (4-16) - Cultural Tour
    Child under 4 free
    $30.00 $1.30
    Family - Cultural Tour
    2 Adults + 2 Children
    $140.00 $2.40
    Camp Oven Dinner and Aboriginal Star Stories
    Adult (16+) - Camp Oven Dinner $60.00 $1.60
    Child (4-16) - Camp Oven Dinner
    Child under 4 free
    $25.00 $1.25
    Family - Camp Oven Dinner
    2 Adults + 2 Children
    $140.00 $2.40

    * Plus 1.47% Credit Card payment fee - calculated at checkout

    Organiser Details
    Organisation:
    Native Secrets
    Venue:
    Dubbo Visitor Information Centre
    Address:
    Corner Macquarie & Newell Hwy, Dubbo NSW 2830
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    Focusing on local Wiradjuri Culture in the beautiful Central West of New South Wales.

    First Lesson Cultural Tours offers a unique experience in traditional Aboriginal Australia.

    Walk where our ancestors walked hundreds of years ago including such sites as the Scarred Canoe Tree, Axe Grinding site, Bush Medicine plants and Bush Tucker plants.

    Every participant is sure to leave the tour with a better understanding of Aboriginal Culture.

    2 Hour Cultural Tour

    Includes:

    • Bush Tucker talk
    • Grinding Grooves Site Visit
    • Visit Ochre Pits

    Camp Oven Dinner and Aboriginal Star Stories - Two Hours

    Settle back and enjoy an evening to remember dining under the stars in the outback whilst eating our camp oven themed modern cuisine
    Aboriginal Dreamtime stories are one of the most important aspects of Indigenous culture. These stories hold great significance, much like stories that are passed down in other religions. Get away from the city lights, look up to the sky and you might even see an Emu

    Conferencing and Corporate options available

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