First Lesson Cultural Tours


Focusing on local Wiradjuri Culture in the beautiful Central West of New South Wales.

First Lesson Cultural Tours offers a unique experience in traditional Aboriginal Australia.

Walk where our ancestors walked hundreds of years ago including such sites as the Scarred Canoe Tree, Axe Grinding site, Bush Medicine plants and Bush Tucker plants.

Every participant is sure to leave the tour with a better understanding of Aboriginal Culture.

2Hour Cultural Tour


  • Bush Tucker talk
  • Grinding Grooves Site Visit
  • Visit Ochre Pits


Why not add a camp oven dinner and clapstick making to your expereince!

Settle back and enjoy an evening to remember dining under the stars in the outback whilst eating our camp oven themed modern cuisine. A diversity of Australian Aboriginal clapsticks are traditional percussive instrument used by men and women in all Indigenous Australian communities, usually to maintain rhythmn during vocal chants. They are used in ceremonies and social dancing, and may accompany other instruments. Like many Indigenous objects, they can serve more than one purpose, such as for digging in the earth, or as trade items.. Clapsticks are usually made from ironwood and other hardwood species that may be undecorated or richly adorned with painted designs. Carving and incised decorative work may indicate objects of ceremonial order or functions beyond music-making.


2 Hour Tour

  • $55 p/p 16 years and above
  • $30 p/p aged 4-16
  • Children under 4 free
  • $140 Family 2 adults and 2 children

** Please note minimum of 6 people – Don’t worry we can help with this just give us a call.

Camp Oven Dinner and clapstick making – 2 Hours

  • $60 p/p 16 years and above
  • $25 p/p aged 4-16
  • Children under 4 free
  • $140 Family 2 Adults and 2 children

Corporate options available!

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Please contact Cherie if your require any further information +61 417 457 291