Copeland Tops Aboriginal Cultural Tour

Copeland Tops Aboriginal Cultural Tour

Tours run first Tuesday and first Sunday of each month, online bookings essential.

Tue 9 Jul10am - 12pm

Tue 8 Oct10am - 12pm

Copeland Tops State Conservation Area
Copeland Rd
Copeland NSW 2422

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Discover the traditional lands of the Worimi and Biripi people, at the foothills of Barrington Tops.

Along the way, you'll connect with this beautiful country as you listen to cultural stories from Aboriginal guides and those of their ancestors.

Explore the rainforest overhung by strangler figs, shatterwood and grey myrtle. You’ll gain a unique insight into the wisdom of the world’s oldest living culture. Meander along the track to discover the amazing variety of native plants that were utilised for food, shelter and medicinal purposes.

Aboriginal culture is very much alive today in NSW national parks. Aboriginal people have always and will always have a deep connection with the landscape. Everything in the landscape has significance, including the land and waterways, plants and animals. This history will forever be an integral part of this landscape.

Grading:  Medium. Suitable for adults and children 5 years and over. We’ll walk 4km and there are some steep staircase sections.

Meeting place: Copeland Tops State Conservation Area carpark

Getting there: From Gloucester turn off Scone Road once you get to Copeland village, turning left into Copeland Road and follow this road to the carpark at the end.

Parking: Free parking available at Hidden Treasure picnic area, at the end of Copeland Road after entering the park. It can be a busy place on the weekend, so parking might be limited.

Wheelchair access description: Not wheelchair-accessible.

Price: Adult $20 per person. Child (5 to 16 years) $15 per person. Family $60 for 2 adults and 2 children.