Event overview

  • 2022-11-12
  • 16:00
  • Nyanggan Gapi located at Niigi Niigi (Sealy Lookout)

Calendar event

Giingan Gumbaynggirr Cultural Experience

Yilaami! (come along) and learn a little about the world’s oldest living culture!
Our Giingan Gumbaynggirr Cultural Experience is on again in November

Purchase tickets here: events.humanitix.com/giingan-gumbaynggirr-cultural-experience-or-november

Meet us Saturday 12th of November at our cafe: Nyanggan Gapi located at Niigi Niigi (Sealy Lookout) in Coffs Harbour for a taste of local Aboriginal culture.

Held monthly in the Orara East State Forest, the Giingan Experience is an interactive afternoon consisting of a 2hr informative tour on Gumbaynggirr country. Immerse in our culture through language, stories, dance, and bushcraft.

Delight in the stunning 360-degree views of Niigi Niigi, take the walk down to Korora Lookout and hear the Dreaming stories of how the land was made, enjoy our Wajaarr Ngaarlu Dancers performance with the stunning backdrop of the Coffs Coastline, and more.

We work closely with our community and Elders in order to deliver this Gold Award Winning Experience (Gold Award – NSW Tourism Awards 2019 & 2021)

Your participation directly contributes to our community. By purchasing a ticket, not only do you get an unforgettable experience, but your purchase will help to support us at Bularri Muurlay Nyanggan Aboriginal Corporation, we are a not-for-profit organisation with programs in language and cultural revitalisation.

Tickets can be purchased on the day at Nyanggan Gapi cafe, however, it is recommended to purchase your ticket ahead of time to ensure you secure your spot and don’t miss out!

*Please note parts of this tour require a walk on a well-kept bush path of approximately 1km – if this is an issue and you require assistance please contact us.

The Valley Hub acknowledges Gumbaynggirr country, the Ancestors, Elders and Traditional Custodians of the Valley in which we live and work. We thank them for their care of country through time and acknowledge and respect their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

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