The 2.5 hr Jellurgal Walk About Tour started with a beautifully shot film giving a brief insight into the Yugambeh people. We were the only people on the tour (2 adults and 14mth old who I babywore the whole way) so we could take it at our own pace. We went on a walk through the surrounding bushland while our tour told us stories about the local people, area and their ways of life. We found it fascinating, as our tour guide Katrina was so passionate about her heritage. The display in the centre was fairly basic, with a selection of handmade gifts. Unfortunately the smoking ceremony wasn't performed. It was good value for money at only $20 per person
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