BLUE MOUNTAINS ABORIGINAL TOUR

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Adult Ages 12 and over
A$269
Child Ages 3 - 11
A$199
Infants Ages 2 and under
A$109

A Unique Aboriginal Culture Tour In The Blue Mountains

Your journey into the local folklore and history of this unique culture will bring you closer to the people and places that made Australia into what it is today.

The Blue Mountains Aboriginal Day Tour begins early, so there’s plenty of time to experience all the destinations and highlights of this trip.

We wouldn’t want you to miss out on a single activity of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so we ask all clients to please be ready on time for collection from their hotel in Sydney.

Our new state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz buses will transport you in comfort and luxury to the start of one of the many highlights of the tour. After driving for an hour, we will cross the famous Nepean River Penrith valley.

The Fragrance and Aroma’s coffee welcome us to our relaxing Morning Tea—the Café located in the Lower Blue Mountains National Park. The café is very much an integral part of the village culture and provides the great local coffee, delicious homemade fresh biscuits, jam, and cream.

From there, we travel to the picturesque town of Katoomba to meet our very own Aboriginal guide who will introduce you to the most majestic and breathtaking places in the Blue Mountains National Park.

Not to be missed is the educational bush walk, where Aboriginal park rangers will enlighten you by sharing firsthand information about their culture, heritage, local mythology, traditional medicines and native bush foods, a culinary treat to some!

Be awed by the many showcasing views offered along this tour including River Rock, Allambie Lookout, Lady Darley Lookout, Kedumba View, and Echo Point.

All of which provide excellent photo opportunities of the stunning natural beauty that make up the Blue Mountains and its surrounds.

Experience an injection of culture as our journey culminates at the Echo Point, the famous Three Sisters lookout.

Take a welcome break at our lunchtime, have a relaxing hot meal, a variety of western dishes – two courses of your choice.

Next is the Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to many of Australia’s well-known and beloved indigenous species, including koalas, dingoes, kangaroos, wallabies, and an abundance of vibrantly coloured birds.

As we near the final leg of the Blue Mountains Aboriginal Day Tour, our return trip includes a drive to Sydney Olympic Park, host to many national and international events, sports competitions and concerts.

A ferry ride along the Parramatta River leads us to Darling Harbour and the Sydney Harbour where you get to enjoy the excellent view of the world-famous Sydney Opera House before heading to Circular Quay. The tour ends back in Sydney, usually around 5 p.m.

Let us show you the best of what we have to offer by booking the Blue Mountains Aboriginal Day Tour. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for your next Australian holiday!

*We have a four-person minimum for our tours. If our minimum is not met, we will contact you to reschedule your trip.