Burraja is now busy running programs for local schools in the Albury Wodonga area as well as Cultural knowledge programs for Landcare, local government agencies and for private business that want to learn more about the local Aboriginal heritage. We can tailor cultural information programs to suit your needs, so for more details on our programs please contact us on 02 6022 8888


We design our tours and programs to suit you. Tours can include the following activities:

  • Learn the art of “Knapping” – the process of hitting a stone core with a hammer-stone to make a flake for use in making spear points and knives.
  • Participate in Spear and Boomerang throwing.
  • Learn what local native plants were used by the Aboriginal people in this area.
  • Understand the archaeological processes used to identify Aboriginal occupation and artifacts.
  • Undertake Cultural Awareness Training

We offer tours that target a wide range of people and groups including educational institutions (primary, secondary and tertiary), businesses, community and other interest groups.

Public tours are conducted from 10am – 2pm Monday—Friday.  Bookings are welcome for special tour groups up to 25 people. Larger groups may be taken by prior arrangement.  There is no minimum number for public tours.


At Burraja we can also customize a tour or program to fit the needs and interests of your group.

Here’s a summary of the tours we offer:

1 hr visits

        • Welcome/ stone tools/ plants

2hr visits

        • Welcome/ stone tools/ plants
        • Walk along river/ cultural landscape
        • Axe making
        • School Tours

1/2 day visits

        • Cultural Awareness Training Packages
        • Corporate tours
        • Welcome/ stone tools/ plants
        • Spear throwing/ stories telling

Full Day visits

        • Welcome/stone tools/Spear throwing/Site visit

By Appointment only

        • Special events
        • Cultural site identification / heritage legislation / group event

TESTIMONIALS (Kind Words About Us!)

We received some great Thank You letters from students who visited with their class recently.  Click on the images below to read their appreciative letters!