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  Kangaroo Sunset at Euroka   Jamison Valley   Hereford Cows near Megalong Valley   Hanging Rock
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fav Enjoy valley walks to experience the heart of the Blue Mountains from the inside.
fav Discover remote waterfalls, magnificent canyons, ancient ridges, and ferny rainforests.
fav Spot a platypus, an eastern grey kangaroo,
a superb lyrebird, a common wombat and an abundance of birds in the wild
fav Experience the rich and natural diversity and cultural history of a World Listed Heritage Area off
the beaten track
fav Spend a night at the iconic and heritage listed Jenolan Caves House at one of the world's largest and oldest caves.

    Blue Mountains 


Wildlife, Birds & Gorges of a World Heritage Listed NP

Blue Mountains

Doing a world heritage listed national park justice by allowing plenty of space and time to explore the breathtaking Great Blue Mountains, the Central Tablelands and the Great Dividing Ranges of NSW is our Blue Mountain overnight safari. As with all Dingo Tours, this personalised two-day adventure is all about wildlife, nature and Aussie authenticity. No overcrowded coaches, over priced tourist traps or rushed canteen lunches. Instead, join a small group (maximum 8 people) to see wild eastern grey kangaroos, wombats, swamp wallabies, and even a platypus in the wild. Eastern spinebills, white-cheeked honey-eaters, yellow-tailed black cockatoos, superb lyrebirds and crimson rosellas accompany us on our trip to and beyond waterfalls, hidden canyons, blue gum forests and quaint country towns. Includes morning tea in the bush, a picnic lunch (day one), a sit-down lunch (day 2), a cooked breakfast (day 2) and 1 night accommodation in the heritage Jenolan Caves House.

Travel in air-conditioned, comfortable Sprinters. Enjoy full commentary with our expert driver/guide. Stay overnight among the rosellas and wallabies at the award winning and heritage listed Jenolan Caves House, in the middle of the Greater Blue Mountains


Starting no later then 7.30 am to avoid the traffic, we're straight off to Australia's own Grand Canyon for a eventful day packed with close wildlife encounters, spectacular vistas and explorative walks. On route we'll cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge before enjoying morning tea with wild kangaroos deep in the Australian bush. See kangaroos up close plus friendly parrots and cockatoos. On our circuit hike (app. 1-2 hours, pending on guests' agility and the weather) along the Jamison Valley today we'll discover waterfalls, magnificent canyons, eucalyptus and rainforests and an abundance of local birds. The true beauty of the Jamison speaks for itself at the famous Three Sisters.

After an Aussie picnic at our secret hideaway (far from any tourist canteen), we descent halfway down the remote Grose Valley for spectaculair and interrupted vistas over Mount Banks, the Bridal Veil Falls and Pulpit Rock.

In the afternoon, we drive up the Great Dividing Range and into the Central Tablelands to enjoy the solitude and beauty of country NSW, before arriving at Jenolan, home of one of the world's most spectacular limestone cave formations of the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve.

Having settled into our room of the charming, heritage listed Jenolan Caves House, it is time of another highlight: a walk around the fairy-like Blue Lake for a realistic chance to see the resident platypus in the wild! Dinner at the Jenolan Caves House (at own expense).

Accommodation: Jenolan Caves HouseMore about our accommodation


After a hearty breakfast at our hotel (included), we're straight off to another highlight in yet another national park within the Great Blue Mountains World Heritage Area: the Kanangra Walls, of the Kanangra-Boyd National Park. An easy but refreshing walk along the valley ridge seamed with silver banksia, bright red mountain devils and white flowering hakeas offers unparalleled views across one of Australia’s most spectacular landscapes with its waterfalls, exposed spikes of ancient rocks and misty mountains. In the depths of the gorge, spot an Australian red cedar or the gorgeous flame robin. Or look up to see some soaring wedge-tail eagles.

On the way back through the Australian woodlands of the Great Divide, we experience yet another highlight of the tour: a close encounter with wombats in the wild! As most marsupials, these close relatives of the koala are active mostly early in the mornings or late at night, when they leave their undergrounds burrows to graze. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see this beautiful animal in its own habitat!

After our lunch at the historic Hartley village, we make our way via the scenic Bell's Line of Road to a remote lookout on the green slopes of Mount Banks, one of the highest points of the Blue Mountains National Park on the northern ridges of the Grose Valley. A short drive later we find ourselves amount the flowering grass trees, giant ash gums and enigmatic Wollemi pines of the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens of Mt Tomah. Look out for the clever satin bowerbird!

En-route to Sydney we'll get close and personal with koalas, emus, quokkas, echidnas and little penguins at the award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park. Return to your hotel at ca. 5.30 PM, packed with memories that will last a lifetime.


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Private Tour Upgrade: For only a small surcharge, you can book our Blue Mountains Overnight Safari as a private adventure. With our competitive rates, even couples or duo's get to affordably enjoy the flexibility and customised services that come with a private tour.
Better still: groups of 4 can select a 'Private Tour' to pay even less than for a public departure.

Duration: Two days, one night

  • Free pick-up and drop-off at all city hotels
  • Morning coffee & tea
  • Circuit walks
  • Refreshments
  • All transfers in comfortable a/c vehicles
  • Commentary in German, French, English, Dutch or Russian
  • One Aussie-style picnic lunch
  • One sit-down lunch
  • One breakfast
  • One night accommodation at the Jenolan Caves House (double or twin room. Single room supplement applies)
  • Entry to Featherdale Wildlife Park

What to bring:
  • Sunscreen and hat

Meeting point:

Hotel pick-up between 7.15 and 7.30 am.

View our cancellation and conditions policy.


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