Tour ID: 10000611
See the Blue Mountains and surrounding area through the eyes of the Aboriginal Culture, an ancient and sacred culture. This tour is unique and one not to be missed. As you hike through this wonderful land you will learn all about the history, beauty, bush medicines and much more.
Awarded Australia’s best walking experience this amazing Aboriginal walkabout will provide you with ancient wisdom to enrich your life and a deep connection to country and culture!
Live for a day our; happy, creative, ceremonial and spiritual way of traditional Aboriginal life. Inspiring journey of discovery near Sydney in the Blue Mountains (not a tour of them or touristy)
Ancient cultural; education, connection & understanding to greatly benefit our modern way of life Aboriginal owned & guided we learn by following a original walkabout song line of sacred sites
3.5km (2 miles) bushwalk (medium style) a beautiful & secluded Blue Mountains rainforest gully 6hrs in nature; 2hrs walking intertwined 4hrs of interpretation, activities, photography & relaxing.
Experience our ancient & sacred; art, ceremonial sites, artefacts & hear our dreamtime stories. Bush tucker (food) tasting, our bush medicines revealed & creative ochre bark & body painting.
Enjoy 3 simple cultural practices for a strong body, clear mind, open heart and a fulfilling life.
See wildlife and spectacular sandstone caves. Paddle in a clear water rock pool by a waterfall. We vary the route and rest stops seasonally so you stay cool in summer and warm in winter
Friendly Aboriginal guide Evan Yanna Muru a born & bred local with deep cultural knowledge.
Multi award winning personalised small group adventure (daily max of 10) operating since 2000. Available everyday all year & easily accessed by train as a day tour from Sydney or Katoomba
Enjoy forever our take home gift. A poetic, artistic & written presentation of our cultural wisdom.
"Wonderful! Understand your country through Aboriginal eyes. This "Walkabout" is an experience that all Australians should undertake." Ken Eastwood, Associate Editor, Australian Geographic Magazine.
10:35 AM Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
10:45 AM Sat, Sun
Generally you can be back in Katoomba by 5.30pm or Sydney by 6.20pm.
Blue Mountains and Faulconbridge
Walk starts and finishes in the Blue Mountains on Faulconbridge Railway Station platform.
Meeting there at 10.35am Monday to Friday but 10.45am on weekends and public holidays including Christmas day till New Years day.
N.B. toilets at Station are locked (please use train).
Can arrange so you will be back in Katoomba by 5.30 pm or Sydney by 6.20 pm
Water - at least 1.5 litres (60 ounces) summer or 1 litre (40 ounces) winter;
Swimmers optional (paddling only);
Warm vest (winter);
Sun block & hat;
Bring only the minimum you need for the day (no lockers available).
Wear shoes with good grip & clothes you don’t mind getting dirty (shorts and t-shirt Oct to May).
Children under 12 years are not catered for unless booking a large group or private charter. Please contact us by the Ask a Question link below.
Children 12yrs or over need good health and at least average fitness, balance & mobility. Adult rates apply.
Tour not recommended for persons over the age of 65 years.
Aboriginal walk in the Blue Mountains (not a tour of the Blue Mountains)
Starts & finishes on Faulconbridge Train Station Platform.
Easily done as a day trip from Sydney or Katoomba by train with info provided (no pickups)
7 years or over.
Lunch, drink and lockers neither provided or available
Need good health and medium or better; fitness, balance & mobility
3.5 km (2 miles) medium style bushwalking (120 m of gradual; down & up)
A few slippery bits & some rock negotiating (not advised for over 65 yrs)
Nature (bush, rainforest & about 1 hr from medical & emergency services)
No refund or bad weather cancellation (cave fire on rare cold or wet day).
Copyright 2017 © Tours To Go. All Rights Reserved.