Coomee Nulunga

The sculpture of Corroboree Man, Bulan Yuin welcomes all to the trail. Throughout the trail, many Garawanda Daran (Dreaming Poles) have been positioned. The Dreaming Poles depict the many species of flora and fauna found in this area and each pole has the Aboriginal name of the flora or fauna displayed. The trail eventually makes its way to the beach, winding through the last contours in the way of the Rainbow Serpent, the creator in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories. (Destination, NSW)
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The sculpture of Corroboree Man, Bulan Yuin welcomes all to the trail. Throughout the trail, many Garawanda Daran (Dreaming Poles) have been positioned. The Dreaming Poles depict the many species of flora and fauna found in this area and each pole has the Aboriginal name of the flora or fauna displayed. The trail eventually makes its way to the beach, winding through the last contours in the way of the Rainbow Serpent, the creator in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories. (Destination, NSW)

The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail travels through low windswept heath, capturing a living sculpture by the moods and breezes of the Pacific Ocean.

What to Bring

  • Hat
  • Covered shoes
  • A bottle of water
  • Camera

Includes

    • Transfers from/to Bomaderry (Nowra) Railway Station
    • Guided Coomee Nulunga Culture Walk
    • Meet traditional owners
    • Photo
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