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Aboriginal Blue Mountains Walkabout
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“Connected science to Earth”
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“An initiatory journey”
Awarded Australia's best walking experience this wonderful traditional walkabout will enrich your modern life with ancient wisdom and give you a deep connection to country and our culture. Enter our Aboriginal dream time and live for a day our fun...more
| Blue Mountains on Faulconbridge Railway Station platform, Faulconbridge, New South Wales NSW 2777, Australia
+61 408 443 822
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We scientists are used to learn in academic books, scientific papers published in international journals to base our science on rational facts. That's what I did in order to learn more about Aboriginal culture when I arrived in Australia a month ago. Unfortunately, after all...More

Thank egarnierceacnrs
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This Walkabout with Evan opened our minds to the Arboriginal ways. After a month in Australia where we met different Arbiriginal people from Northen and central Australia, visiting cutural centers and reading books, it was only Evan's walkabout who has made us understand by inside...More

Thank Famgarnier14
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Let me start with the fact that we didn’t recognize our guide Evan, because the picture on the website was taken 20 plus years ago, so that was deceiving. It was suspect from the beginning, and then in person reality was confirmed. Evan is the...More

Thank Melisa R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Always interested to learn more about the history and culture of the Aboriginal people, this seemed to be an ideal day out; It certainly turned out to be one. The website was extremely informative and booking was easy. Evan was waiting at the station (although...More

Thank the_stoddarts
Reviewed 23 August 2018

I went on this walkabout with my 7 year old son. I was the best thing I've done in years. The wealth of knowledge that Evan has been passed down from his elders and learnt from drawings and rock carvings is remarkable. I was touched...More

Thank MarkF2046
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Went with my wife because a friend recommended this hike. I found it grueling and very unsafe in spots. The hike started at 11 AM and ended at 4:30 p.m. Probably hiked a total on 2 hrs, the rest we spent listening to the guide...More

5  Thank michaelbkolsky
Reviewed 12 October 2016

I did this tour the day of my birthday and was the best gift I could ever make to myself. The tour is a perfect combination between a visit to the Blue Mountains and the discovery of the Aboriginal cultural and tradition. It was a...More

2  Thank EliCase
Reviewed 3 June 2016

If you want to learn about aboriginal culture but also yourself, this is the trip you want to go on. Evan makes you experience the nature like you've never experienced it before and leads you through the magical world of aboriginal spirituality. We we're left...More

2  Thank Line M
Reviewed 27 April 2016

I had the pleasure of meeting Evan and participating in the walkabout while visiting Australia to arrange a study abroad program for American students. It was a warm, but beautiful day to walkabout. Evan shared very keen insights into the Aborignal culture and many fascinating...More

Thank LaDonna Y
Reviewed 18 April 2016

I booked this tour having read Evan's website, and seen the walk described as '3.5 km (2 miles) medium grade & gradient bushwalking (mild adventure)'. OK, I am not the fittest of people, and not experienced in rock climbing, but I wish I had been...More

3  Thank living9lives
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