Visitor Services Guides - left to right: Tim, Clarence, Mary, Jess and Harry

Aboriginal Cultural Tours


Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Visitors to Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney’s newest and most spectacular waterfront park, are now able to connect with the world’s oldest living culture with a hands-on educational tour by one of Barangaroo’s Aboriginal Visitor Services Guides

Renowned environmental educator Clarence Slockee is leading Barangaroo’s program of Aboriginal Cultural Tours which explore the site’s rich Aboriginal history and cultural significance.

The tours provide an in-depth explanation of the Aboriginal history of Sydney Harbour and surrounds and the significance of the site to Aboriginal Australians. The guides also share the stories of Australia’s First Nations People and, in particular, the clans of the Eora Nation.

For everyone interested in the native Australian plants of the Sydney region, these tours are a must. Barangaroo Reserve is unique as the only large public park in Sydney which is exclusively native plants.

If you have accessibility needs, please let us know.

Bookings are essential. To take part in this exceptional cultural experience, book now at

WHEN: Tours commence at 10:30am and run for approximately 1.5 hours. Visit booking page for dates.

 COST: Adults $36.50 + booking fee

           Seniors & Concession $22.00 + booking fee

School Groups and Excursions

Engage in a memorable learning experience at Barangaroo Reserve. For primary and secondary students, teachers and schools can select from a range of excursions and education programs at Barangaroo.

For further information about school and education programs, email indicating class year, number of students, subject and preferred date. Please also let us know if any students have accessibility needs.

Group tours

Tours are available for small or large groups, including corporate groups, visitor groups, senior outings and more.

For further information and inquiries email Indicate your organisation (if any), group size and preferred date. If you have accessibility needs, please let us know.

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