As you travel on a VIP Private Heritage Tour, you will be introduced to well known and hidden examples of both Aboriginal and European cultures. Travelling between established towns and villages, the tour identifies Aboriginal spiritual landmarks such as Gulaga Mountain and significant waterways and rock formations.
The Far South Coast region is steeped in Aboriginal and Colonial heritage and places of interest. This coastal area has provided Aboriginal people with prime food gathering options and spiritual gathering places for thousands of years. When European settlement began in the early 1800’s, the region established fishing, forestry, gold mining and livestock industries. In the 1900’s, it also became the source of granite for Australian landmark buildings such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Tours of the northern part of the region will visit the heritage villages of Mogo and Bodalla and Moruya Granite Town, while central tours take in the towns of Narooma, Bega and Bermagui and the villages of Cobargo and Quaama . Southern tours start in the ex-whaling town of Eden and take in heritage towns of Pambula and Tathra.