A short walk along Narrow Neck Plateau in the Blue Mountains The first weekend of June marked about 5 months since bushfire devastated some parts of the Blue Mountains . Two areas near Katoomba devastated by the fires are the Ruined Castle in the Jamison Valley and parts of the Narrow Neck Plateau. With the […]
Here are a few more things to see and do in Watsons Bay.
From Picnic Takeaway to Fine Dining, the Blue Mountains Offer Something for Everyone
Aboriginal Rock Carvings, Balgowlah The Eora people were the traditional custodians of the land that now makes up central Sydney on both sides of the harbour. Evidence of their culture – one that thrived here for some 45,000 before the arrival of the First Fleet of convicts in 1788 – can be found in rock […]
Views, beaches, and scrumptious food on a day tour of Royal National Park and the Illawarra
The Blue Mountains west of Sydney are, rightly, a very popular tourist destination. And while the mountains are criss-crossed with walking trails, not everyone is up for a long walk, and, of course, some have limited mobility. Fortunately, the Blue Mountains offer several excellent lookouts requiring almost no walking or very limited walking. The driver-guides […]
2019 Sydney Adventure Tours Brochure We have just printed our 2019 brochure and here it is. This brochure emphasizes the Blue Mountains and how we can plan a charter tour by selecting several short options which usually take up about 1.5 hours. The usual course is set which is a quiet secluded lookout such as […]
September to November is Spring in Australia. One of the best time in the Blue Mountains can be early spring. September and early October is the perfect time to cast off the mood of hibernation and get back into the great outdoors. Leura looks great in early September with pink cheery blossoms that line […]