This cultural trail provides a creative insight into the local Indigenous Australians, the Pangerang people. The trail is 2.4km long and has around around 15 stations, each with Indigenous sculptures and symbols, along with explanatory panels. There are also QR codes which you can use to unlock some amazing short films on your phone.
The route crosses two suspension bridges; the trail's name comes from 'bulla', meaning 'two', and 'wah', meaning 'water', to represent the crossings. The trail also encompasses eucalypts, birdlife and 'bushtucker' gardens of edible plants. Ask for a brochure at the visitor information centre.