Tucked away on the southern fringe of Hyams Beach, Booderee National Park is under the local aboriginal community traditional owners' control. Booderee National Park, was handed back to the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community in 1995. It is one of only three National Parks in Australia owned by Aboriginal people – the others are Uluru and Kakadu in the Northern Territory. Greenpatch Beach is located within Booderee National Park and is another unspoilt nature lovers paradise. You will see kangaroos frolicking, colorful birds playing & perhaps dolphins resting nearby in the shallow waters off Greenpatch on some days.
This evening you will be greeted by representatives of Booderee National Park's Aboriginal community & traditional owners where you will be taken on a remarkable journey. You can bring the whole family for this one and be captivated by their stories!
This extraordinary evening tour is an amazing introduction to the Aboriginal culture of the "South Coast World" at Booderee National Park. Campfire yarns is a must. You are invited to join our private Aboriginal Campfire Yarns tonight. There is a limit of 60 people to attend each tour so book quickly to avoid disappointment because,
Have you ever heard a local Aboriginal person tell you the stories of the beginnings and beliefs of our South Coast world? By a warm campfire under a glistening dark sky be entranced, share the traditional owners famous billy tea and damper (Milo for kids) and a special insight into the aboriginal culture.
Details if attending by own means When you arrive at Bristol Point - Booderee National Park you will be met by traditional owners of Booderee National Park & taken on a journey of discovery.
Booderee National Park
(Meeting Point is Bristol Point carpark if self driving)