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Indigenous cultural tour of the La Perouse remnant bushland in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs 15kms from the CBD. Tim Ella, a local indigenous elder, takes tourists and school groups back to a time before white man stepped foot upon this land. Listen to...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

The Kadoo tour was so eye opening, really interesting, full of amazing knowledge from Tim a local La Perouse man who knows everything there is to know about Indigenous knowledge of the area. From tasting bush tucker, to Tim's engaging, funny and super friendly persona...More

1  Thank frg1923
Reviewed 3 May 2018

Tim Ella spent two hours with me at La Perouse. He told me about the Yuin people from which he descends, and took me through the park, telling me how his ancestors lived, and what life was like for them -- then, and now. As...More

1  Thank IndySusan
Reviewed 31 January 2018 via mobile

We've spent more than 2 hours with Tim in the bush. He is so generous and patient with kids. We really had a great time just the 5 of us, unique experience I strongly do recommend. Thank you Tim !!

1  Thank Christie M
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Thank you Tim for a fantastic experience! We learned so much and laughed a lot along the way. Highly recommend this experience for anyone visiting Sydney!

1  Thank BellaT0215
Reviewed 5 December 2017

We went on a small, private tour with Tim at La Perouse, with my young son and some of our friends. Tim was such a passionate, welcoming and informed guide, he was so accommodating and kind. It was such a beautiful day and everyone in...More

1  Thank marnieb299
Reviewed 25 July 2017

I have been on Tim's walks in La Perouse/Kamay Botany Bay National Park several times with uni student groups, and it is something I could do again and again and never get bored. Tim combines humour, passion and an incredible depth and breadth of knowledge...More

2  Thank kmt8
Reviewed 2 June 2017

I had a fantastic time being a part of a tour with Tim. Hearing about his family and this history was incredible. Tim is extremely knowledgeable about the land and informed me of things I was unaware of. I would highly recommend this tour to...More

1  Thank Alexandra K
Reviewed 2 June 2017

I went on a Kadoo tour at Watsons Bay with my work colleagues. We spent an amazing hour and a half with Tim, who revealed so much history, cultural learning, and natural science to us over the walk. We also got to try some pretty...More

Thank Jodie K
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

An absolute must if you want to understand Australia's origins. Particularly for those of us who live here. A detailed knowledge of indigenous culture is handed on from a member of one of Australia's most famous indigenous families. But all in an entertaining way.

Thank Virginia C
Reviewed 30 January 2017

We met Tim at Watson's Bay gap steps, very easy to find from the ferry. Right from the start he was educating us, from the ochre on our foreheads to sampling plants next to the path. He told us about his family history and lots...More

1  Thank josie570
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