"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better"
We acknowledge the Aboriginal Dharug, Gundungurra, Wanaruah, Wiradjuri, Darkinjung and Tharawal Nations as the traditional owners of the Greater Blue Mountains region.
Your Tour Guides
Hello from Wolfgang and Hedi, a passionate local Blue Mountains hiking couple with a NPWS Parks Eco licence for guided tours, EcoStar certified and accredited for Quality and Sustainable Tourism.
We started our interpretive hiking tours in 2019, following requests from visitors when we were volunteering at the Blue Mountains Visitor Centre.
Having lived around the world (Germany, United States and Asian countries) at younger age and being retired now, we are excited having the chance to share our passion and knowledge about the Blue Mountains - Hedi has a MSc in Mineralogy and is also an expert in local flora - with guests from all over the world.
WE LOVE TO BE YOUR GUIDES!
Supporting the Australian Conservation Foundation, we make a donation for every conducted tour
Choose between walking on easy tracks to scenic locations and magnificent lookouts, in case you prefer to take it easy, or opt for a challenging hike of several hours on stunning mountain tracks to explore the hidden wonders of the Blue Mountains. Our tours are individually designed for 1 to 4 guests (upon request for up to 8)
Take in the sounds of our rich variety of native birds. Learn about native plants (there are 130 different species of orchids growing here), about local wild life and the geology of the area. Listen to stories about the fascinating history of the Blue Mountains and relax in a world so remote and peaceful, yet so close to Sydney's bustling city life.
Regardless whether you have only a few hours' time or a full day or even more, we will put together a program for you designed to exceed your expectations, as our mission is to create an exciting and memorable experience for our guests.
Our tours are provided in English and German
Enjoy visiting the area around the iconic mountain village of Katoomba, the home of the Three Sisters, Giant Stairway, The Gully (Aboriginal Place) and Scenic World.
Explore Wentworth Falls' Overcliff- and Undercliff Track with its spectacular waterfalls.
Pay a visit to the historic village of Leura with its famous Cascades and the majestic Bridal Veil Falls.
Discover Blackheath, a village best know for its most scenic Grand Canyon Walking Track, stunning lookouts and the popular National Park Heritage Centre.
Minimize your footprint by travelling with us emission-free in our FULLY ELECTRIC Hyundai Kona Highlander SUV, charged with certified 100% renewable energy, making sure that the only emissions produced on your tour are coming from your lungs!
Hiking in Remote Areas of the Blue Mountains
Venturing out further west (1.5 -2 hours by car) to hike in remote wilderness such as on the Glow Worm Tunnel Track in Wollemi National Park or the Kanangra Waterfall Walk in the Kanangra-Boyd National Park.
Another exciting track is the Blue Lake Walk - look for the elusive Platypus living in the lake - in the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve right next to the world's oldest accessible caves - the Jenolan Caves - one more highlight in this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Area of the Greater Blue Mountains (Update Nov 2022: presently restricted access due to road damage)
For inquiries and direct bookings, please check here for details
Supporting more sustainable tourism with a lighter footprint on our World Heritage environment, the City of Blue Mountains has joined an established global network of like-minded destinations striving for excellence.