Catch ‘N’ Cooks offers fun ways for you to learn about Aboriginal culture in Sydney. We can tailor an experience to suit your needs, whether it be a cultural awareness program, corporate or school outing or a birthday party.
Catch ‘N’ Cook Aboriginal Cultural Experience runs for two hours and covers how Aboriginal culture is integrated into the natural environment and Aboriginal history past and present.
It also includes:
*Price per person, including GST: Adult: $79 Child $49
(3-12 years of age)
* (minimum of 6 participants required to run the tour).
Operating from Frenchman’s Bay, La Perouse in
Botany Bay, only 20 minutes from the city centre and ten minutes from the airport, we provide authentic Aboriginal cultural experiences.
Catch ‘N’ Cook t-shirt and hat
Catch N Cook fishing program
To book or enquire about our experiences, contact us:
Mob: 0457 450 224
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