Aboriginal Culture CampParramatta Heritage and Visitor Information Centre

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Aboriginal Culture Camp

The Dharug people are Parramatta’s first people and the traditional custodians of this land.

Parramatta’s name comes from their word “baramada”, meaning “the place of eels”.

This activity is a wonderful opportunity to spend time in nature with an Aboriginal traditional custodian, learning about plant uses, tools and local culture. Listen to traditional songs and stories. Maybe even develop your own bush skills, such as string making.

All ages will enjoy the learning circle and a short, easy bushwalk. Carers must supervise any younger children in their care.

Bookings are essential. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to start time, for registration. Wear comfortable shoes. Bring water, snack and a hat.

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Address:
Huxley Drive, Winston Hills, New South Wales

Free street parking on Huxley Drive and in Dodson Crescent, Winston Hills

Times:

10am - 12noon

Entry fees:
Adults $ 20, Children $ 20
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhttps://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/parramatta-heritage-and-visitor-information-centre-6054020559(02) 8839 3311
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Website:
atparramatta.com
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street parking on Huxley Drive and Dodson Crescent, Winston Hills