BlackCard Cultural Tour - Visit Brisbane

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BlackCard Cultural Tour

Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland 4101

Connect with the oldest living culture in world history as they take you on an interactive guided tour through local galleries, exhibitions and public art installations throughout Brisbane's Cultural Precinct.

Each tour provides a rare opportunity to learn more about Brisbane’s Aboriginal history, sharing cultural insights and Aboriginal experiences from the worlds oldest living culture. All tours include a live cultural performance featuring the captivating sounds of the didgeridoo.

Tours & Rates

Brisbane Aboriginal Cultural Tours - All about Aboriginal Art Walking Tour - 2 hours
Join local Aboriginal guides on an interactive guided tour around Southbank's Cultural Precinct as you explore dynamic arts practices from the oldest living culture in world history.

Visit local galleries, exhibitions and public art installations as you discover the scope of Aboriginal Art that exists in Australia's New World City, a city with an ancient past.

Come on a journey through time to assist them in emphasising this shared footprint, as they introduce fascinating elements of Brisbane's Aboriginal history and current perspectives along the Maiwar, Brisbane River.


Featured Artists include Lilla Watson, Albert Namatjira, Judy Watson, Fiona Foley, Laurie Neilson, Tony Albert, ProppaNow, Adnate and more.

Visit the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Kuril Dhagun (State Library of Queensland), Queensland Art Gallery (QAG), Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC), Various street and public art sites.

Don’t forget to bring
Water Bottle
Comfortable attire according to weather on the day
Camera
Price: $0 - $85
Cultural precinct and Kurilpa Bridge Walking Tour - 90 minutes
Experience Brisbane with an Aboriginal Guide who will immerse you in Aboriginal art and culture. Brisbane boasts one of the most exciting collections of Aboriginal public artworks in Australia so get your camera's ready!

An introductory tour around Southbank’s Cultural Precinct, exploring one of the largest and most exciting collections of Aboriginal public artworks. Approximately 90 minutes.

Along the way you’ll discover some hidden gems as you make your way to Kurilpa point, crossing the Maiwar (Brisbane River) and over Kurilpa Bridge into Meanjin (Brisbane City).


Visit the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Kuril Dhagun (State Library of Queensland), Queensland Art Gallery (QAG), Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC), Various street and public art sites.

Don’t forget to bring
Water Bottle
Comfortable shoes and attire
Camera
Umbrella (just in case it rains!)
Price: $0 - $55
Riverside and Parklands Walking Tour - 2 hours
Experience Brisbane with an Aboriginal Guide who will immerse you in Aboriginal art and culture. Brisbane boasts one of the most exciting collections of Aboriginal public artworks in Australia so get your camera's ready!

Immerse yourself in a rich cultural experience along the banks of the Maiwar (Brisbane River) and around the city’s most spectacular and expansive sub tropical parklands. Check out the Queensland Greats wall which holds the plaques of several First Nations Australians included in this lasting tribute.

The highlight of this tour is the bush tucker trail which covers an abundance of native species, sharing ancient knowledge around the oldest and most nutritious food sources in the world.

Don’t forget to bring …

• Water Bottle

• Comfortable shoes and attire

• Camera

• Umbrella (just in case it rains!)
Price: $0 - $85

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