Eurimbula National Park

Eurimbula National Park

Explore the coastal bushland of Eurimbula National Park, with its rain forests, mangroves and water holes, on a walkabout tour—a guided bushwalk led by members of the local indigenous Gooreng Gooreng tribe. Since Captain Cook steals much of the limelight in this part of the world—the nearby town of Seventeen Seventy is named after the year the explorer landed there—it's a fantastic way to learn about Aboriginal history and the area's rich indigenous culture before Cook arrived. For tens of thousands of years, hunter-gatherers lived sustainably off the land, and tour guides will show you how their ancestors both survived and prospered.

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