Visit a 20 million year old Aboriginal site
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal Dreaming and Culture at one of the State’s most significant aboriginal cultural sites.
Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park is home to the Nganguraku people and custodian Isobelle Campbell and her team will welcome you to where Aboriginals have lived in the Devon Downs (Ngaut Ngaut) rock shelter for at least 5000 years. Australia’s first archaeological excavation, carried out by Norman Tindale, showed 12 living layers and three separate cultural stages on the site which can be viewed via the Ngaut Ngaut boardwalk which meanders around the ancient riverside cliffs.
You will visit the birthplace of the ‘Black Duck Dreaming’ and is only a short drive from Mannum or around one and half hours from Adelaide.
This experience will challenge perceptions of Aboriginal culture and leave you in awe of the resourcefulness of Australia’s Indigenous People. Phone 8570 1248 or 0407 006 651.