SOUTH COAST VISITOR EXPERIENCES
Come and experience the true beauty of the Shoalhaven area on the NSW South Coast, with its picturesque sandstone caves with ancient rock-art, an abundance of bush foods and wildlife to see and visit some of the worlds most desired and beautiful beaches.
Rich in Aboriginal cultural heritage, this ancient landscape will captivate your senses and open you to an experience that you will never forget.
Djiriba Waagura provide a range of captivating visitor experiences on the beautiful South Coast of NSW.
With an aim provide everyone an opportunity to experience the beauty of nature and share our culture, Djiriba Waagura offer a range of captivating visitor experiences with flexible packages available.
Join us with a group of others on one of our many cultural bush walks experiencing the true beauty of hidden gems along the NSW South Coast.
Commencing with a Welcome to Country by a Traditional Land Owner our tours will guide you through our cultural path. We will visit our significant Indigenous sites and participate in bush tucker knowledge and ancient stories that connect us to country since the very first sunrise. Our journey will finish with a traditional cultural activity to conclude your experience.
See our upcoming visitor experiences on our events page.
Completely customised to suit your needs, our bespoke tours are designed to be an intimate and immersive experience for you and your guests. Experience nature and culture in a way that suits you.
Participate in bush tucker knowledge, swim in beautiful beaches, be a part of traditional cultural activities or simply be guided through the stunning bush to sacred Aboriginal sites.
Contact us to discuss your ideal experience.
ON COUNTRY CAMPS
Come and join us for an unforgettable camping experience and immerse yourself in the bush and culture on the beautiful South Coast of NSW.
Our camps are fully catered with traditional sea foods, meats and vegetables (that can be altered to suit your needs) and consist of a number of activities that include:
Cultural activities and workshops (traditional song and dance, artefacts and tools, bush foods/medicines, boomerang throwing, fire making and many others).
Coastal bush walks that include visiting ancient Aboriginal rock art sites that are sacred to our culture.
Swimming in some of Australia's most desired beaches and swimming holes.
Participating in a traditional corroboree (with the opportunity to share our dances and songs and to be painted in sacred ochres).
We have a range of flexible camp options available, please see our events page for upcoming dates available or contact us to discuss.