Barangaroo - Aboriginal Cultural Tours - Wallema
Barangaroo Reserve is now open to the public and offers Aboriginal cultural tours to local, interstate and international visitors to reconnect with the world’s oldest living culture.
Barangaroo Aboriginal guides will lead you to a better understanding of the people, place, past and present of this incredibly unique harbourside landscape. Through Australia’s ancient past to the present, Barangaroo is a place of spiritual and cultural significance to Aboriginal people.
Join us in a hands-on learning experience of Aboriginal culture, history and lifestyle through landscape, flora, tools and weapons.
Wallema... to come back
Due to NAIDOC activity and the NSW School Holidays, Aboriginal Cultural Tours at Barangaroo Reserve will not be running between July 3-17, 2016.
Discover what’s on at Barangaroo by visiting http://barangaroo.sydney/
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Barangaroo Reserve is easily accessible by public transport and on foot from Walsh Bay, Millers Point and The Rocks. The closest stations are Wynyard and Circular Quay. For further information about getting to Barangaroo visit here.
If driving, there is a 300-space carpark underneath the park, accessed via Towns Place and operated by Wilson Parking. Find details here
Barangaroo Reserve is a place for everyone and our aim is to make it accessible to all visitors, of all ages, including those with additional mobility requirements. Learn more here.
Are there toilets at Barangaroo Reserve?
Toilets are in two locations within Barangaroo Reserve.
There are toilets inside the heritage 1904 Pump House at Marrinawi Cove, near the Towns Place entrance in Millers Point. Baby change and accessible toilets are located there.
There are toilets, including baby change and accessible toilets, on the ground floor main lobby of the Cutaway. The entrance is at the Hickson Road entrance to Barangaroo Reserve. The Cutaway toilets are accessible via the car park lift or from Wulugul Walk at Nawi Cove.
Is there a cafe at Barangaroo Reserve?
Not yet. Cafes and bars are open at Barangaroo South between Monday and Friday. It is advisable to pack snacks and bring a drink bottle - drinking fountains are available throughout the park.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. You will be required to present it on meeting your tour guide/s.
Where is the meeting point?
Tour groups should assemble at the Munn Street Reserve Entrance - see map. Look out for the guides who will be wearing Barangaroo branded shirts.
What is the refund policy?
All sales are final.
What is your weather policy?
Tours will proceed in all weather conditions. It is recommended you bring clothing for all weather conditions, including sun, wind and rain protection. In the event of extreme weather such as electrical storms, high winds or extreme heat, tours may be postponed and participants advised accordingly.
What are the terms of concession tickets?
Concession tickets require student or pensioner ID cards with a concession ID. Student Concessions are only issued to full-time students – a student ID card does not suffice. Seniors Cards are considered concession cards.