An intriguing trip awaits at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Australia's second oldest National Park and home to the world's most concentrated collection of Aboriginal Heritage sites.
A short drive from the centre of Sydney will take you to the boundaries of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Your first stop will be at West Head lookout, with sweeping views of Broken Bay, and Barrenjoey Headland's historic sandstone lighthouse.
You will be met by expert local guides at West Head, from whom you'll learn about the history of the area's first residents: the Guringai people. Take a guided walk around a remote Aboriginal heritage site, containing some of Australia's most important ancient rock carvings.
We'll next head to Akuna Bay to begin a 3 hour cruise through the park's remote waterways. Look out for exotic birds and marine life, as well as Aboriginal heritage sites that are only accessible by water.
While on board, watch a 1 hour cultural presentation showcasing the ancient skills and techniques of the Aboriginal people.