Adelaide Aboriginal Cultural Experience Half Day

Featuring - Adelaide Botanic Gardens Bush Food Trail & Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Duration: 3.5 Hours Tour Code: ADL-Half Departure time: 9.30am Departure Point: Adelaide Botanic Gardens - "Friends Gate" (back entrance: Plane Tree Drive) Bookings Essential Cost: Price on application. Minimum: 2 full paying adults Group discounts available on application Children's discounts apply with two full paying adults Note: Individual bookings can be made however tours will only proceed when minimum is reached. If minimum is not met then tour cost will be refunded. Cost Includes:
  • Aboriginal Guide
  • Cultural interpretations and knowledge
  • Bush foods morning tea tasting
  • Performance and / or Art Exhibition
Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the Botanic Gardens to learn about Aboriginal bush foods and plant uses. Find out about:
  • Traditional duck hunting techniques.
  • Various other food gathering practices.
  • How boomerangs are made.
  • Where to find bush medicines.
Enjoy the great tastes of the Australian outback and sample some native bush food products in beautiful surrounds.Additional options:
  • Other tours can be arranged via negotiation.
  • Alternative tours can be arranged with negotiated days and departure times.
Call us to investigate how we can meet your needs.
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Bookabee Tours Australia - Aboriginal 1/2 & Full Day Experience: Botanic Gardens

Bookabee Tours Australia - Aboriginal 1/2 & Full Day Experience: Botanic Gardens

Bookabee Tours Australia - Aboriginal 1/2 & Full Day Experience: Botanic Gardens

Bookabee Tours Australia - Aboriginal 1/2 & Full Day Experience: Botanic Gardens

"...I love your relaxed attitude, it really helps us connect with what you were explaining. I learn't so many amazing things...." Letitia,Adelaide "A wonderful tour, interesting & informative.. Enjoyed walking through the Botanic Gardens, learning about Aboriginal life and culture..." Blake, Adelaide