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Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Tours & Information Hub
Open today: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Small but informative cultural centre. Loved all the original Aboriginal artwork and history. A... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2018
agchristie
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Chilliwack, Canada
Lovely walk and opportunity to learn some Dreamtime stories

This was a lovely walk in the Burleigh Heads NP with a young Aboriginal women and opportunity to... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2017
LonghornTours
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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

I think it's essential to go to a place like this if you're in Australia, we went on a guided walk through Burleigh Heads national park & our guide taught us a lot about Aboriginal culture, very informative & interesting

Thank lonnen477
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Reviewed 8 June 2016 via mobile

We went here on the 2 hour tour and it was very interesting a young girl from New South Wales was very informative and very good at a job. She informed us lots of interesting things around the area that we walked true credit to her tribe. My daughter to get genuine liking to her and stuck with the entire tour they have locked the conversation she was very professional and I learnt a lot of things about Aboriginal culture

Thank aidy73
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Reviewed 11 April 2016

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

Thank Anna P
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Reviewed 8 March 2016

Having run major visitor attractions in the UK for over thirty years and well aware of the richness of aborigional culture I was looking forward to my visit.What greeted us? Tired and ill lit displays (I think I am bring truthful when I say only two of the nine or so spotlights were functioning) a throw back to many years past when displays such as this were deemed acceptable, two members of staff who declined to acknowlege the five visitors in the building and shop goods that looked as if they had been imported from China. I do not know who is responsible for this Centre but they should be deeply ashamed of themselves if their aim is to represent aborigional culture and the Australiam tourism sector. I have visited some truly awful tourism "businesses" but this as amongst the worst.

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Reviewed 14 September 2015

We went to visit the centre after being told it is worth a visit, however it was shut due to being the weekend. It offers tours through the National Park and bush tucker talks.,as well as coffee and food. Will try again but not on the weekend.

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