Bangalow Bush Tucker Tour

Wander through Bangalow Parklands for an education in native flora and fauna with a local First Nations guide.
Olivia Gee
Published on May 30, 2022


It was once used as grazing land but now the regenerated leafy spot along Byron Creek in Bangalow Parklands is home to a forest of native plants important to the Bundjalung people.

On the Bangalow Bush Tucker Tour, local First Nations guide Delta Kay teaches you the uses of each plant you encounter, whether edible, medicinal or used for making jewellery, tools and weapons. Then, over bush tea, biscuits and some of the local bounty, she'll share local Indigenous history and traditions passed down from her ancestors.

You can join a tour each Thursday from 4pm, including pick-ups and drop-offs within six kilometres of Byron Bay CBD. The tour costs $65 per person.


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