All tours depart daily from 1 Kendall Ave Bathurst or from your accommodation with prior arrangement.
Bathurst NSW 2795
1300 728 321
By appointment. A mutually respected collaboration between Wahluu Cultural Tours with Bathurst Tours and with the permission of Wiradyuri Traditional Owners Central West Aboriginal Corporation, has allowed the creation of a series of educational Aboriginal cultural tours.
Carpark behind Hotel Canobolas, McNamara Street
Orange NSW 2800
Sandon’s mural Community is a contemporary design that draws on aspects of traditional Aboriginal art. The three rivers, painted in blue, reflect the Wiradjuri people, the ‘people of the three rivers’ the Wambool (Macquarie), Kalari (Lachlan) and Murrumbidgee.
public school grounds, Hill St
Both items are rare 19th Century artefacts of Indigenous peoples of the Cabonne area. The story of the tree is on plaque on the wall behind it. It is located under the shelter at the front of the Eugowra Public School.
20-24 Buchanan St
A mural on the north-facing external wall of the museum created by Djon Mundine with descendants of the last full-blood members of the local Dabee tribe of the Wiradjuri People, Jimmy Lambert (c1820–1900) and Peggy Lambert (c1820–1884)
3km SE of Molong Yuranigh Road
The presence of carved trees around the grave demonstrates commemoration by Aboriginal people. While the inscribed headstone indicates the 'honour' bestowed on Yuranigh by Major Mitchell, to whom he acted as a guide on his famous last north west exploratory adventure. The carved trees are also, as far as is known, the longest remaining number of carved trees around a grave.
Orange NSW 2800
0414 904 497
Indigenous Cultural Adventures is a company based in Orange in Central New South Wales, and has been established with the blessing and approval of local Wiradjuri Elders. Local Indigenous man Gerald Power founded the company in September 2016, with a vision is to share the heritage and cultural knowledge of the region’s Wiradjuri nation with both visitors and residents alike.
83 Lions Drive
contact 1300 551 525
EVERY DAY: 8:00am - 2:30pm. Learn about Aboriginal culture and traditions through Indigiearth’s passion for wellness and culinary experiences. Using bush tucker to inspire the cafe and dining experience, immersive cultural activities and a wide range of products from native herbs and spices to superfood powders you’ll leave feeling inspired and connected.
In the National Parks Vistors Centre, Farmers Inn, 51 Old Great Western Hwy
Hartley Historic Site
02) 6355 2117
Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4.20pm (closed for lunch). Work by Aboriginal painters, weavers, designers, jewellers and photographers from across the NSW Central West represented in rotating exhibitions.
28 Angus Avenue
02 6379 6473
Open Monday to Friday. Weekends – By appointment only. North East Wiradjuri Culture Centre offers educational, cultural + bushwalking experiences. The centre is also host to art exhibitions and cultural activities such as bushtucker education, art, weaving + music.
A program of Orange Aboriginal Land Council
14 Palmer St
Orange NSW 2800
For more information please call 6361 4742
By arrangement. Cultural tours and school incursions. Travel to local locations and learn about Aboriginal Culture and History.
via Stanley St
Bathurst Bathurst 2795
The Wambuul Ceremonial Ground was created on the banks of the Wambuul (the Macquarie River) in 2015 as part of the events that marked the bicentenary of the proclamation of the settlement of Bathurst by Governor Lachlan Macquarie.
Forbes Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre
Forbes NSW 2871
The Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre mural was painted by Big Mobs Artworks, Trudy Sloane in 2023.
Generous support for this project was provided by Forbes Youth Action Team and Forbes Shire Council.
corner of Cunningham Street and McDonnell Street
02 6895 4664.
By Appointment,. The centre offers a local hub for training, development and employment, cultural appreciation, cultural awareness and heritage issues, a keeping place and a space to yarn up. Local Indigenous art and products are available for purchase.
Room 143, building 1414, Charles Sturt University, Panorama
The hub is be a safe cultural space where students, staff and community members can learn Wiradyuri cultural customs and language, and have the opportunity to ask questions, seek guidance, and regularly interact with the Elders.