Set right next to our bus stop at the Three Sisters, Waradah gives you a real taste of Australian culture. Even if you don't stay for one of the fun live performances, definitely go in for a look at the collection of Aboriginal art.
The Blue Mountains have a rich Aboriginal history, with the Darug and Gundungurra tribes tracing their occupation of the valleys and ridges back over 20,000 years.
If you're interested in learning a bit about local Aboriginal culture, Waradah is an absolute must. The friendly and enthusiastic team of performers here will show you authentic dances from the Blue Mountains, as well as from western New South Wales and Queensland.
If you visit in the afternoon you might get the place to yourself. A great chance to learn about traditional Aboriginal culture, and maybe pick up a few tips on how to play the didgeridoo.