Congratulations to Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness for achieving Respect Our Culture and Nature Tourism Certification!

Posted by on 11 August 2017 | Comments

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Established in 2011, Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness (NNCA) is an Aboriginal owned and operated Cultural service provider running Aboriginal tourism experiences in the Narooma/Tilba region on the South Coast of New South Wales on Yuin Country.

NNCA facilitate cultural awakenings in the Tourism, Corporate, Event and Education sectors with a range of services to help ensure that traditional Koori cultural ways of knowing get delivered in South Eastern Australia.

Some of NNCA’s achievements are partnering with the National Rugby league to deliver the holistic male healing concept “Bring Back the Warrior”, Indigenous Tourism Champion, cultural service provider for Reconciliation Australia and Australian National University Medical School along with the showcase short film at the Garrigarrang Sea Country Exhibition for the Australian Museum, 2015 South Coast Regional Gold Award winner for best Indigenous Tourism Product.

With tailored and suitable options for all, whether it’s a cultural immersion tour, cultural and community training or educational cultural workshops, NNCA have an an unforgettable experience waiting for you.


Dwayne Bannon-Harrison (also known by his traditional name of Naja) is the founder and managing director of NNCA, carrying the knowledge and cultural teachings from his elders. With the honour and privilege of leading NNCA, Dwayne is striving not only to pass knowledge and skills to deliver cultural knowledge and self-determination with his own family, but also to assist and mentor other Aboriginal people to also get involved with cultural awareness in their communities.

We’re thrilled to have NNCA on board! For more information on their tours, check out their Facebook and Website.

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