Aboriginal Native Plant and Social History Tour

Adelaide, South Australia

This award-winning, family-owned business has been offering cultural experiences for decades. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Bookabee Australia was founded by Haydyn Bromley and he and the team are proud to offer authentic tours full of Aboriginal wisdom passed down by elders including his Grandfathers and Uncles.

On this 2-hour tour you will have the opportunity to take a leisurely walk around the beautiful Adelaide Botanic Gardens with an experienced Aboriginal guide. Hear about the local Adelaide area and the social history of early Aboriginal life, traditional plant uses and the social history of Aboriginal peoples. You will also learn about various food gathering practices, how implements and tools are made and where to find bush medicines.

This small group tour is the perfect way to connect with culture on a relaxing and easy paced walk in the fresh air and lush surrounds of the Botanic Gardens. Contact the team at Bookabee to arrange your tour.

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  • 1.5 – 2 hour walking tour with an experienced Aboriginal guide.

Making a difference

  • Bookabee Australia employs Aboriginal guides.
  • Their tours teach about Aboriginal culture and history as well as sustainability and connection to the environment.
  • The team supports various local Aboriginal community programs and initiatives.

A word from your host

Lele, Director
“Our tours are a great way to engage with people and share our knowledge. We can connect with people in an informal and relaxing setting, and share an experience that will develop understandings and appreciation of our rich history.”

Getting there

This experience is held on Kaurna Country.
The Adelaide Botanic Garden is located in North Terrace, Adelaide. Tours depart from The Friends Gate (rear entrance), on Plane Tree Drive.


AU $350 for 1-5 people. Additional guests are $48 per person.

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