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Explore the changing moods of the Blue Mountains in the late afternoon and capture the sunset over the rugged ranges and valleys. This tour is designed to avoid the peak hour traffic of Sydney with later departures and returns to maximise our time enjoying the stunning scenery and native forests.
• Explore the blue hazed, World Heritage listed National Park
• Take guided bushwalks through lush rainforests and rugged scenic trails
• Check out cliff-top views of the impressive Three Sisters rock formations
• Look over the stunning Wentworth Falls and Jamieson Valley
• Keep your eyes peeled for Australian wildlife such as kangaroos
• Photograph a rainbow of colours at sunset
Take the time to fully explore this incredible paradise, on our 3 day tour of Pittwater and Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. The pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, hiking trails and breathtaking lookouts have made this a favourite playground for the people of Sydney for thousands of generations.
With a kayak tour and a boat trip included, this is a chance to get up close and personal with this gorgeous Country. Try wakeboarding or tubing, swimming, snorkelling, you might even see some seals. Pull into a deserted beach and let the worries of the world slip away.
The trip is fully catered, but you can choose to take advantage of some of wonderful waterfront restaurants on offer.
Camp in comfort at The Basin - Sydney's famous family campground, complete with showers and bathrooms. Or, stay at the YHA, or a fabulous waterfront Boat Houses.
All food and equipment is provided, no experience necessary, all you need to do is show up with a sense of adventure.
Pittwater has captivated people's imaginations for thousands of generations. The crystal clear waters, pristine beaches, jaw dropping properties, world class bushwalking, sailing boats and occasional super yachts offer something for everyone. The water is the best way to experience it, and this tour gives you a front row seat.
Cruise in comfort and style in our custom designed river explorer. Cruise the bays, drop in a boat toy, pull up to a beach for a splash and a swim or a picnic and a play.
Hike through Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park to the incredible West Head Lookout, or the historic lighthouse at Barrenjoey Headland. Or just stay in the boat and admire the unique, water-access only settlements, which hold a special place in the hearts of Sydney siders.
Enjoy a meal at one of the iconic waterfront restaurants on offer, or we can provide food to eat in the wild. Tea, coffee, fruit and nuts are also provided.
Come & explore the unspoilt wilderness on Sydney's northern doorstep, just 45 minutes from the CBD - The mighty Lower Hawkesbury. See shipwrecks and waterfalls, hear the Indigenous heritage and settlers’ history – all from our stable and stylish double sit-on top kayaks.. The perfect way to experience this incredible Country.
Paddle past the towering sandstone cliffs, pull in to untouched beaches for a coffee, explore the waterfront communities where life goes by without roads. Take a short hike to an clifftop lookout with incredible views over the water.
Get up close and personal with this magnificent waterway, on a tour to remember
Located approximately an hour from Sydney, in one of Australia’s most southerly stands of subtropical rainforest and endangered warm temperate rainforest. This canyon features great views of the Illawarra Escarpment, the Pacific Ocean, and local wildlife including Lyrebirds, Swamp Wallabies, Wombats, Echidnas and Water Dragons. This tour includes swimming through rock pools, abseiling through and around cascading waterfalls, rock jumps from heights up to 8 meters and natural water slides. See the areas many natural features including towering cliffs, dense rainforest vegetation, and pristine pools.
Be more than just a traveller. This 10 kilometre hike through Sydney Harbour National Park to Manly is a tour with a difference. Hike one of Sydney's most beautiful and iconic national parks. Explore hidden coastal beaches, scenic lookouts, and Aboriginal rock engravings. Learn the local history. Immerse yourself in the local flora and fauna. All the money raised goes to helping the Indigenous Literacy Foundation with their commitment to improve literacy among Indigenous children in Australia.
• See some of Sydney's most secret beaches
• Visit Indigenous rock engravings
• Learn about the history of Sydney and Australia
• Immerse yourself in beautiful Australian bushland
• Awesome volunteer guides
• Meet like-minded explorers wanting to make a difference
• Visit the iconic Manly Beach
• All money raised goes to helping kids in need!
Travel to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains in a luxury vehicle and see all the highlights of the Blue Mountains National Park. You'll enjoy morning tea at Calmsley Hill Farm and get up close and personal with Kangaroos, Emus, Koala, Wombats and bird life. See the Three Sisters rock formation and hike one of the most scenic tracks in the Blue Mountains, crossing a number of valleys from Evans Lookout to Govetts Leap all the while looking out across Australia’s Grand Canyon, the Grose Valley. Admire the Botanic Gardens at Mt Tomah on return to Sydney. Numbers are limited to 17 people for a more intimate experience.
Approximately 1-hour drive north of Sydney is the magnificent Northern Beaches. Make your way to Palm Beach to experience the beautiful sights from the water and breathtaking panoramic views overlooking Pittwater, Palm Beach, Barrenjoey, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River. Kayak across the dazzling blue water of Pittwater in a single or double kayak and swim at a beautiful secluded beach with calm, crystal clear water. Bush walk in Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, learn about the history of the local area and explore Aboriginal Caves and artwork with your local and knowledgeable guide.
Only an hour away from Sydney, explore bushland and beaches in the national park at Pittwater. Departing from our marina location on kayak, discover the sandy inlets, cliffs and gum trees of the western foreshore of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park – accessible only by water! Kayak around Scotland Island and drift down Salvation Creek past the mangroves, before paddling into secluded Lovett Bay for morning tea. Take in the tranquil surroundings while feasting on a picnic-style spread of fresh fruit and pastries. Choose to take a dip in the inviting waters or pop on your walking shoes for a bush walk among the gum trees. The destination? A hidden rainforest waterfall above Lovett Bay. Your experienced local guide will share in-depth knowledge on the region and its native flora and fauna. After a blissful time on the water, you’ll be ready to return back to shore with unforgettable memories!
Hike the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park. Immerse yourself in the local flora and fauna. Explore epic waterfalls, scenic lookouts, and massive rock overhangs.
• Hike the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park
• Witness the amazing Wentworth Falls from above and below
• Immerse yourself in the beautiful Australian bushland
• Learn about the history of the Blue Mountains and Australia
• Descend the largest outdoor staircase in Australia
• Spot local wildlife
• Journey like a local on the scenic Blue Mountains train
• Meet like-minded travellers looking to make a difference
• All the money raised goes to help kids in need!
Join this fantastic private journey from the highland rainforest areas through to the sand beaches of the NSW mid north coast. Explore the areas wilderness, beauty and natural wonders as you wind your way through the peaceful countryside, local townships and spectacular views towards one of the best beach-side camping areas in Australia.
People travel from all over the world to view the Three Sisters, but this experience is for those with a true sense of adventure, who want to get off the beaten path and into the wilderness.
With a like-minded group of explorers, you’ll travel by scenic train from Sydney's CBD to tackle a full-day trek through the Blue Mountains. You’ll explore lush forests and stunning vistas before climbing 300m/1000ft (over 800 steps in total!) to emerge beneath the Three Sisters themselves. You'll walk across a bridge to get up close to the Three Sisters, before returning along the cliff tops.
This hike isn't for the faint-hearted. As well as the 800 steps, you'll be walking over 14 km (9 miles) in around 5-7 hours. A high level of fitness is required.
But...if you're looking for a true, challenging taste of Australian bushland topped with photo opportunities at the iconic Three Sisters - this is the hike for you.
Step out of the city for the day, and join us on a spectacular 15km trail that combines salt swept coastlines, long sandy beaches and dramatic sea cliffs.
Make sure you pack your swimmers because the beaches will entice with their clean white sand and azure blue waters; the perfect chance to cool down. There will be ample time to relax, fossick the shoreline, and soak up some glorious sunshine.
Say goodbye to sad, soggy sandwiches. Instead, enjoy morning tea by the sea, with a selection of Australian native teas, fresh bush coffee and locally-made chocolate cookies. At lunch time, we can savour a gourmet picnic platter of cheese and deli meats, artisan crackers, freshly baked sourdough bread and other local products from the Sydney region, made fresh, just for you.
This tour is perfect for anyone looking for a unique and memorable way to spend a day in Sydney, spending time on some of the best beaches in the world.
If meandering coastal paths, rugged cliff lines, and serene beaches sounds like heaven to you, then this guided adventure along the Coast Track should be on your Sydney bucket list. With a like-minded group of explorers, we will embark on a 10km hike from Otford to Garie Beach, following the stunning coastline of the Royal National Park and taking in breathtaking views of the Pacific. Our experienced guides are there every step of the way, ready to show you the beauty of Australia’s native flora and fauna, and teach you a bit about the local history. If the conditions are right and luck is on our side, we may even spot a few whales along the way.
And the best thing? All the money raised from this tour goes to helping UNICEF, which works in more than 190 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence.
See Sydney from a local’s perspective on a private guided walking tour of its harbor-side beaches and eastern suburbs. Breathe in the ocean air as you take a private boat across the water to Rose Bay, where you’ll set out to see a seldom-explored side of the city. Discover Parsley Bay, Nielsen Park and the Hermitage Foreshore track, which grants stunning views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge across the water. End the walk with a much-deserved lunch to be enjoyed in Watsons Bay.