See places of outstanding natural beauty made all the more memorable through the ancient Aboriginal connection to the land, to nature and to spirit. Visit some of the locations like:
Cambewarra - (Fire Mountain) with a spectacular panorama of 146 kms
Fitzroy Falls - three waterfalls drop down into pristine wilderness
Kangaroo Valley Nature Reserve - with both river plain walk and escaprement track
Myerla Pass - The trail which was the first passage into Kangaroo Valley in 1818 by a European Dr. Throsby guided by the Aboriginal elder Timelong.
Abraham's Bosom Reserve - an area of beauty and significance.
Booderee National Park - unspoilt beaches, great walks and a special connect to country and the sea
Aboriginal Ranger guided tours can be arragned with National Parks & Wildlife Services as part of their Discovery programme. The guided Discovery walks offer great ways to learn about Aboriginal culture.You can also buy Aboriginal arts and crafts and the Boolarng Nangamai Arts and Culture Studio.
National Parks are keen to promote Aboriginal heritage and directly involving members of the community.