Copeland Tops State Conservation Area is a precinct of natural beauty & colonial heritage not far from Gloucester New South Wales. You can uncover its treasures on these guided tours.
Bush Tucker Tour: On this eco-cultural tour, your aboriginal guide will unlock the secrets of bush tucker & you’ll gain a better understanding of aboriginal culture: food, medicines & cultural practices.
You’ll walk through the rainforest at Copeland Tops, an area of rugged wilderness that was once rich in the red cedar highly sought after by colonial settlers. There’s even a heritage gold mine hidden deep in the forest.
WHEN: Saturday 6 October 2018 at 1pm
WHERE: All tours departs from the carpark at Copeland Tops State Conservation Area, at the end of Copeland Road (veer off Scone Road in Copeland village).
COST: $25pp, bookings essential. Book at Gloucester Visitor Information Centre, 27 Denison Street or call 6538 5252.