Jibbon Aboriginal Research Paper

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Jibbon Aboriginal Tour | Sydney Contact Details - Call: 02 8521 7423 (within Australia) or +61 2 8521 7423 (international) Opening Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm AEST, Monday – Friday. (Closed Australian Public Holidays) Media enquiries : Tara Wells 0410 532 995 (within Australia) or +61 410 532 995 (international) Facebook : /sydneycoastwalks Twitter : @SydneyCoastWalk…show more content…
Thousands of years ago it was the humble "gunyah" bark huts of the Gunnamattagal mob dotting the waterfront. Learn more about their way of life as you examine a midden - a pile of sea shells, bones and old stone tools marking a 7,000 year Dharawal campsite on Jibbon Beach. You will also have the chance to taste traditional Dharawal plant foods before a modern-day morning snack on Jibbon headland overlooking the ocean. At the headland, you'll see rock engravings the Dharawal people carved during ceremonies 1,000 years ago. Meet the depiction of Biame, the Sky Spirit and Gurrawul the Great Whale and hear about their exploits in the timeless Dreaming when life began. With small groups of between two and 12 people, you'll enjoy a relaxed, personalised experience with a good walking pace and easy camaraderie. Our experienced local guides will show you lesser-known spots and give you plenty of time to soak up your surroundings. We recommend a reasonable level of fitness as you will walk up to 5km (3 miles) over three hours, including photo and rest breaks. There is some soft sand and uneven terrain,…show more content…
Awaiting you is an inspiring ancient quest. The song line (story of place) leads us through secluded wild bush & moss covered rainforest to our sacred sites of the dreamtime. We walk gently & listen carefully to what nature & these wonderful sites have to share with us. Venture far beyond local knowledge to discover a lost world of amazing Aboriginal sites and ancient wisdom. Become a part of our dreaming and gain a unique understanding of our local Darug culture by actually experiencing what our life used to be like. Find secret places and hidden wonders that you will not see on any other walk or tour. Discover the real Blue Mountains, not from a busy lookout but from the inside out! There are no buses, no other people and we venture off track to feel the freedom of endless wilderness. This walkabout will stimulate your senses, enrich your spirit and give you a timeless connection to our sacred

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