Sydney Blue Mountains Tour

Full-day tour

Adventure, education, and tranquility

Ancient ceremonial sites

This inspiring and enlightening bushwalk into the Dreamtime will give a deep understanding of the local Dharug tradition and culture. Following the Songline (story of place), journey through secluded wild bush and rainforest to sacred sites of the Dreamtime and learn the original methods of learning on the ancient quest of walkabout.

Tour Highlights

Fully guided tour with Evan Yanna Muru

6 hours among nature

2 hours of walking (3.5 km medium grade)

4 hours of learning, relaxation and interpretive activities

An Aboriginal owned and guided tour

Discover ancient ceremonial sites and rock art, learn about bush medicine, and taste bush tucker

Connect with the Dreamtime through story art, ritual and dance

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Tour Information


AUD $110 per person

Meeting point:

Meet at the Faulconbridge Railway Station, just over an hour by train from Sydney. Trains depart from the Country platforms at Central Station at 9:18 a.m.

There are also trains from Lithgow or Katoomba to Faulconbridge Station – they stop very briefly so please be ready to disembark.

By car, turn off Great Western Highway opposite Faulconbridge Station into Railway Parade for free parking. Walk across the pedestrian bridge to the station.

Start time:

11:00 a.m.


Daily, year round


6 hours

Group sizes:

Minimum 2 people | Maximum 12 people

What to bring:

Daypack, hat, sunscreen, lunch, rain jacket, water, swimwear, camera.

This is an Aboriginal walkabout, not your average Blue Mountains tour. Lunch, drinks, and lockers are not provided or accessible, so please keep this in mind when packing.



Good to know:

This tour can be booked privately and can be tailored to meet the needs and interests of any group. Contact us to enquire about a private tour.

Get Deeper Into Aboriginal Spiritual and Medicinal Practices

This day tour in the Blue Mountains offers a perfect mix of adventure, education, and tranquility.

Led by Aboriginal guide Evan Yanna Muru, you’ll discover ceremonial sites and rock art, learn about bush medicine, and taste bush tucker. You’ll also have the pleasure of seeing wildlife, stunning scenery, and ochre bark. Connect with the Dreamtime through story, art, ritual, dance, and body painting.

Walk along the ancient Songline through the secluded bush and mossy rainforest to our sacred sites. Relax by a rock pool and waterfalls, watch native wildlife in their natural habitat, and listen closely to what nature has to share with us.