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Aboriginal Cultural Tours – South Australia provides authentic Aboriginal experiences led by knowledgeable Aboriginal guides who live on Country, know their Country, and care about their Country. Aboriginal Cultural Tours – South Australia is a division of Aboriginal Cultural Tours (South Australia). We travel to ancient archaeological sites, breathtaking coastal areas, lands where giants once roamed, and our own community to learn about their history. Allow us to provide you with a different perspective on well-known tourism destinations such as the Clare Valley, Burra and Innes National Park.

Aboriginal Cultural Tours – South Australia is an award-winning tourism company based in South Australia that is 100 percent owned by Aboriginal people.

Listen to traditional stories firsthand, walk in the footsteps of our forefathers, and make a connection with nature.

A variety of tour packages to suit your needs and interests are available to suit a variety of ages and groups at our facility.

Tours are available upon request.

One-Day Out-of-Doors Tour

From Adelaide, take a scenic drive to the Red Banks Conservation Park, which is one of Australia’s richest megafauna sites and home to a variety of endangered ecological communities and wildlife.
Take a stroll down a goat trail into the main gorge and take in the views of an ancient landscape that was once home to massive marsupials known as the megafauna.

Check out the megafauna fossils on display in Burra, a heritage mining town with a rich mining history.

After finishing in Clare, in the state’s wine region, visitors will have the opportunity to tour the home of John Horrocks (one of the state’s first British settlers), as well as learn about the effects of British colonization on the indigenous Ngadjuri people.

Tour of the Coastal Area for Half a Day

The Aboriginal Community of Point Pearce

Investigate the Aboriginal township of Point Pearce (Bookyanna) with the assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced Narungga guide (Traditional Owner of the Country). Discover the history of this settlement, which was once an Aboriginal mission, as well as how the Aboriginal people managed to survive the arrival of Europeans in this area.

The tour includes only pick-up and drop-off in Port Victoria, as well as transportation in 4WD.

Tour Combination for Two Days

Point Pearce Aboriginal Community (A) or East Coast Yorke Peninsula (B); then Red Banks Conservation Park (Burra) and Clare Valley National Park (C) are your options (Wine Region)

Day 1 of the program (A)

Investigate the Aboriginal township of Point Pearce (Bookyanna) with the assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced Narungga guide (Traditional Owner of the Country)

Discover the history of this settlement, which was once an Aboriginal mission, as well as how the Aboriginal people managed to survive the arrival of Europeans in this area.

Day 1 of the program (B)

Visit the Pine Point and Black Point Cultural Sites, which were featured in our documentary “Sacred Ground,” as you travel down the east coast of the Yorke Peninsula and Adjahdura Land (visit our Gallery page)

Explore the ancient ochre and tool quarries by walking along the beach or cliff face.

Guests can walk out to an ancient fish trap and search for shellfish among the rocks if the tides are right.

Day 2 of the challenge

From Adelaide, take a scenic drive to the Red Banks Conservation Park, which is one of Australia’s richest megafauna sites and home to a variety of endangered ecological communities and wildlife.

Take a stroll down a goat trail into the main gorge and take in the views of an ancient landscape that was once home to massive marsupials known as the megafauna.

Check out the megafauna fossils on display in Burra, a heritage mining town with a rich mining history.

We will conclude our tour in the town of Clare, in the heart of the state’s wine region, where we will visit the home of John Horrocks (one of the first British settlers in the area) and talk about the effects of British colonisation on the Ngadjuri people (Aboriginal people).

The tour includes pick-up and drop-off in Adelaide, as well as transportation in a 4WD vehicle. You can choose between camping (which includes a swag, mattress, sleeping bag, and tent) or staying at one of our many industry partner hotels (which are all included) (at additional cost). On day 2, breakfast is included; however, lunch and dinner are not.

Activies you can engage in:

  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Walks
  • Hiking

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