Sacred Aboriginal Site – Mumbulla Mountain, Australia HD

Spent the night camping right on the beach at the beautiful Mimosa Rocks National Park just out of Tathra. In certain National Parks in Australia you can camp in designated camp grounds for a small fee and Mimosa Rocks is one of my favourites, with some fantastic rock formations at the Aragunnu camp site.

Today I am taking a tour to Mumbulla Mountain, sacred to the local Aborigines.

Ronald Tighe, an Aboriginal guide at the Umbarra Cultural centre talks about the significance of Mumbulla Mountain.

The Umbarra Cultural Centre runs tours to local sacred sites. Participants can learn about the significance of these sites to the local Aborigines.

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1 thought on “Sacred Aboriginal Site – Mumbulla Mountain, Australia HD

  1. This is such a great part of Australia. We’ve just spent three months exploring the Bega Valley and Sapphire Coast and absolutely fell in love with it. Mumbulla Falls has the BEST swimming hole, and the natural ‘water-slide’ is great fun, but gosh it is cold water! We were disappointed to have to leave before the weather really got heated up for a good swim. Wish we’d done this tour for a greater insight into the Sacred Mountain. 🙂

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