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We are so lucky to learn about our home from its traditional land owners.

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There is no group of people who understands South Australia better than the custodians of this land, which is why we feel incredibly grateful to experience some of its corners with the guidance of South Australia’s First Peoples.

If you’re searching for a richer education about this place we call home, we’ve unearthed some of the best experiences that celebrate Aboriginal culture in South Australia. Let’s explore…

River Murray International Dark Sky Reserve Tour by Juggle House Experiences

Embrace one of the darkest places on earth — the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Australia. Book the Gold Stars Sunset Dinner Tour for a journey into the sky, which includes telescopes and red torch lights to help you see the stars in all their glory, tips from an astronomer, astrophotography opportunities (if you’ve got the right gear), return luxury transportation from Mannum, a guided tour of Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Archaeological Cultural site, and a meal at the local digs — Swan Reach Hotel or Bowhill Store. We won’t say any more, because we don’t want to spoil it for you.

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Aboriginal Culture Tours SA

This is a chance to walk with your guide in the footsteps of First Nations ancestors on Ngadjuri, Narungga and Adjahdura ancient lands, gaining a wealth of knowledge about ancient Aboriginal heritage, culture, traditions and beliefs along the way. Choose between coastal or outbush Aboriginal experiences, with tours offered in the Yorke Peninsula, Barossa and Clare Valley, Mid-North, Burraregion and Southern Flinders Ranges. You’ll gain a unique perspective of the world’s oldest living culture by connecting with nature and the environment, as your guide shares Dreaming and Creation stories, and insights into the oldest rock engravings on earth. The people behind these experiences have won 21 tourism awards, so you know it’s not to be missed.
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Wadna Aboriginal Culture Tours’ Dingly Dell Tour

Take a step back in time to 40,000 years ago with the Dingly Dell Tour, where you’ll gain access to an ancient Adnyamathanha petroglyph site filled with engravings.Your guide will tell you the stories of these extraordinary markings while also inviting you to experience the local bush tucker, bush medicines, plants and animals.There is a wealth of knowledge to soak in when it comes to our home, so book a unique experience and start learning more about our beautiful land.

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