In this 'We Are Campbelltown' video, learn about the natural environment, as well as the Dharawal people’s heritage, culture, customs and identity on a guided Aboriginal tour of Dharawal National Park.
Dharawal refers to the language group of the local Aboriginal people who have continued their relationship with the area. Their long occupation of the area is evidenced by many Aboriginal sites, making the area among the richest in Aboriginal heritage of the Sydney region.
On the tour you will discover the vibrant and rich history of Dharawal National Park and enjoy a fresh look at the diverse landscapes from a Koori perspective. The tours explore the strong relationship the Dharawal people have with the land, water, plants and animals, and also highlighting the plants native to the region and demonstrating how they were used for food (bush tucker) and medicine.
Location: End of Victoria Road, Wedderburn, NSW, Australia