lakapawa palawa nipaluna-ti

Our purpose is to bring Aboriginal stories to the forefront of the consciousness in Lutruwita/Tasmania.

We’ve been lucky to share our history and culture with thousands of guests every year since we launched. But we aren’t the only ones working to make our culture and stories visible in public space.

In fact there are a number of artworks by Tasmanian Aboriginal people that you can see every day throughout the city of nipaluna / Hobart.

The lakapawa palawa Nipaluna-ti booklet provides yet another way to connect to our people’s stories here in Nipaluna. We hope it encourages you to notice the stories held by these city streets and that it gives you an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of these artworks and the artists who created them.

In the booklet you have a map and directions to the artworks as well as information about the artworks you encounter and the stories behind the pieces.

This booklet can be collected physically while on a guided tour, picked up from one of our partner locations, or downloaded for free below.

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We Are Taking a Break

Blak Led Tours is taking a short break for the month of June.

Over winter we are updating some internal systems and preparing for the launch of our new kunanyi tour.

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Feel free to check out our ‘Resources’ page for information on other cultural activities that are available while we are on break.