Bundyi Aboriginal Cultural Tours, Wagga Wagga

In the language of Wiradjuri ‘Bundyi’ means share, and Mark Saddler has created Bundyi Cultural Tours to do just that. A proud Wiradjuri and Aboriginal man, Mark places great importance on the language and culture of the Wiradjuri people who have walked this Ngurambang (country) for thousands of years.

The Aboriginal cultural tours are about expanding knowledge sharing programs. Tours respectfully visit places of cultural significance, exploring ancient Wiradjuri culture through to modern colonisation, blending the past with the future. From learning about didgeridoo making to bush tucker and Wiradjuri Aboriginal language to experiencing unique artefacts, native wildlife and fauna and scarred trees.

Bundyi Cultural Tours are all about touch, feel, smell and connection to garray (land).

Mark leads all tours, and while quick to mention he is no expert, his constant learning and intrigue are what makes this an authentic, lively experience, rich in knowledge, fun, and laughter. Short bus times, refreshments and BBQ lunch (on full days) will ensure the comfort of all passengers.

Check out the Winter edition of the Insider’s Guide magazine here.

Departs Wagga Wagga Information Centre 183 Tarcutta St

0412 693 030

Full and half day tours are available for up to 23 people



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