Experience the world's oldest living culture in the heart of Sydney
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney offers an opportunity for local, domestic and international
visitors to learn about the richly diverse history and culture of the Aboriginal People of Australia.
The Gardens were an important ceremonial site for many of the Sydney Aboriginal Nations, and home to the Cadigal people of the Eora Nation. Come along and experience Wogganmagule (Farm Cove) and its’ surrounds and learn about tradtional lifestyles including a diverse array of bush foods, the ample fresh water and a plentiful supply of seafood from the harbour. It was paradise for the local Aboriginal people for thousands of years.
The Aboriginal Heritage Tour offered by the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney enables visitors an opportunity to experience the rich culture and food sources of Aboriginal people within Australia. So come along and meet with our Aboriginal guides in the heart of the city and get to know Australia's First Nations People & Country.
Where: Meet at the Garden Shop/Information Booth
When: Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 10 am (excluding public holidays)
Cost: $39 per person (children 7 years and under free)
Bookings: Bookings are essential online
Groups: For groups of 10 or more or for private bookings please contact email@example.com
Schools: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book
When & Where
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
The Royal Botanic Garden is an oasis in the heart of Sydney. Established in 1816, it is the oldest scientific institution in the country and home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.
People visit the Garden for peace, relaxation, education and to learn more about plants and horticulture. Entry is free but some special events are ticketed.
We provide a range of community events, classes, tours and children's activities led by our expert Education Rangers, Horticulturalists, Volunteers and Specialists. For our full What's On calendar visit our website.