Discover the Dharawal National Park and learn about Indigenous heritage on this exclusive guided walking tour.
It's time to get outdoors and discover Campbelltown’s beautiful Dharawal National Park on a unique Guided Indigenous Tour along the 10T Management Trail.
Your Aboriginal Discovery Rangers will take you for a wander, looking at the landscape from a Koori perspective. Connect to people and country through stories, and learn the traditional making methods of women and men by taking part in an activity.
- The walk is exclusive and limited to 20 participants.
- It takes the more challenging medium grade 3 trail to Minerva Pool.
- It is unsuitable for guests with additional mobility requirements as sections of the walk are unsealed and narrow.
- The trail descends to an escarpment overlooking Minerva Pool and there is some incline on the return walk.
- Minerva Pool is a sacred Women's place for the Aboriginal Dharawal People. The Tharawal Local Aboriginal Land Council asks that visitors respect the cultural importance of this site. Only women and children may enter the waters of Minerva Pool.
- COVID-19 guidelines will be in place during this walk, please refer to the latest advice from the NSW Government and continue to follow the physical distancing advice while attending these walks.
Dharawal National Park is a great destination for a day in the great outdoors, with walking and bike tracks, waterfalls and rock pools, and the chance to spot native flora and fauna. If you'd like to try a slightly easier walk, you may enjoy the O'Hare's Creek Lookout Walk.
Things to remember
Are tickets refundable?
All bookings are essential as places are strictly limited. Once you have made your booking and payment online, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
What do I need to bring on the day?
Participants are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes and a hat. Be sure to bring a bottle of water along with you to help stay hydrated.
Will the walk still proceed with poor weather conditions?
The tour will continue in all safe weather conditions, including wet weather.
Visit the Dharawal National Park website to stay up to date on park conditions and local alerts.
Bookings are essential as a maximum of 20 participants will be able to attend each event. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.