AdvertisementSince 1860 Afghan cameleers landed on Australian soil.
Within 40 years Afghan cameleer herbalists, using naturopathic treatments, served thousands of grateful Australians.
People of Adelaide still recall treatments by famed Afghan herbalist Mahomet Allum of Sturt Street.
Meet Pamela Rajkowski, Historian, at the Minor Works Building for a unique talk on the works of the Cameleers and on south-west Adelaide's Afghan herbalists.
Learn about Australia's oldest, heritage listed Mosque.
Meet the Imam, religious adviser, for a talk and Q&A session.
After you will make your way to the Afghan section of West Terrace Cemetery, reflecting on cameleers and herbalists personalities, achievements and their legacy.
This walking tour runs for 1 session x 3 hours.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
WEA adult learning, 223 Angas Street, Adelaide, Australia