We appreciate it when our customers send us letters and reviews of our product. Here is some of the lovely compliments we want to share with you.

“We thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Tim is a great and knowledgeable guide and a very nice man. We all got a lot from him and learned a great deal. We will recommend Kadoo to all of our friends and our guest from the UK said she will do the same when she gets home. It was a great experience and we thank you and Tim for accommodating us at short notice and the time change as well.”

Paul Millar, Australia


"You could fly to the Red Heart of Australia in search of an 'authentic' Aboriginal experience. Or you could meet Tim, only 20 minutes from Sydney city centre, walk for an hour or two in his footsteps, and know you have encountered the real thing. And, if you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the legendary Doolagahl, the 'great hairy Man'.”

Jimmy Thompson, Edinburgh. Scotland


"I found the tour to be a fantastic introduction to indigenous and bush life. The guides were friendly and accommodating, and the setting was incredible. I really enjoyed the Museum and best of all the tour was only a short distance from our city hotel."

Chaim Moshe Ben Naftale Zev, Tel Aviv, Israel


“I have been on Tim's walks in La Perouse/Kamay Botany Bay National Park several times with uni student groups, and it is something I could do again and again and never get bored. Tim combines humour, passion and an incredible depth and breadth of knowledge to bring his guests -- regardless of their background -- around to a deeper appreciation of Aboriginal knowledge, history, culture, and spirituality, and a deeper respect for the land we currently inhabit. I would recommend this tour for children and adults, Australians and visitors to Australia, lovers of nature and those who want/need to love nature more. I wish everyone could have the experience.”

Charlotte, North Carolina


“Meeting at the famous Watsons Bay Gap we set out on a 90 minute walking tour with our guides Tim and Grant. They lead us on a journey through the bush tracks starting with a short stair case climb to a view of the coast and harbour that was breath taking. Along the way we tasted delicious bush tucker while listening to an abundance of knowledge and history of how our indigenous first Australians lived with such respect for the land. The true stories of generations of growing and learning from elders living on the wonderful coastal land of Australia. Lots of hands on interactive learning with the tools of trade. I would recommend sun protection, a water bottle, camera and Doyles Fish and Chips at the end of the tour. A must do when visiting Sydney.”

Sydney, Wendy D


“Had a great adventure with Tim and Grant, my 21 year old son and myself. They were warm and welcoming. Grant quite the organiser and Tim quite the character! So enthralled with learning about the Aboriginal culture, very evident how much they treasure and appreciate the Earth, makes you take stock of your own values. You need to leave some time to park as the roads are very busy on weekends we parked a few streets away and enjoyed an easy walk to meet the guys at the steps opposite the park. We learnt a lot about aboriginal life before enjoying a lunch of fish and chips which Grant had a hand in ordering, cheaper than ordering yourself and very short waiting time. You may want to share the fish and chips unless you have a reasonable appetite, too much for me, though my son managed it. A very worthwhile adventure! Take water and sunscreen and wear comfy shoes.”

Catherine B, Sydney