Le circuit de l’explorateur – Or, vin et vie sauvage

Un voyage dans la nature sauvage de l’Outback et dans les parcs du patrimoine mondial de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud.

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5 jours / 4 nuits

Un voyage à travers la nature sauvage de l’Outback, les zones classées au patrimoine mondial et le champ d’or de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. Pendant 5 jours et 4 nuits, nous explorerons un large éventail de paysages, découvrirons des villes historiques et classées au patrimoine mondial, observerons une faune abondante, ferons des promenades dans le bush et d’autres activités de plein air en option, et nous nous régalerons de la bonne nourriture et des vins de la région de Mudgee.

Que vous soyez un visiteur international ou un habitant de Sydney, ce circuit vous ouvrira les yeux. Money-back guarantee!

Si vous ne disposez que de 3 jours, mais que vous souhaitez cocher les meilleures destinations et expériences de vacances en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud sur votre liste de choses à faire, alors notre circuit personnalisé Grand Circuit Tour (3 jours et 2 nuits) est parfait pour vous.


Tour Privé: $ 5500 pour deux personnes. + $ Par personne supplémentaire. (Supplément pour singles $490)

Le prix du circuit privé indiqué est indicatif. Contacter nous pour discuter les dates de voyage préférées et de la taille de ta groupe,


Departs from, and returns to your city hotel.

Start: ca. 7.30 AM


5 days/ 4 nights


Comfortable clothing, sun protection, rain or wind jacket (just in case)


  • Expert commentary from a professional guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off from your city hotel
  • Small group (max. 10 guests)
  • 600 ml water per person
  • Four Nights Twin Share Accommodation (with ensuite when available)
  • 4 breakfasts and 5 lunches
  • All admissions


  • Alcoholic drinks, dinner
  • Gratuities

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I have been humbled at Uluru and Kata Tjuta, escaped the crocodiles of Kakadu NP, snorkelled the crystal clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef, swam with sharks in the Great Blight, feaster on oysters in Kangaroo Island, skied the slopes of Mount Kosciuszko and surfed the dunes of Fraser Island. But there is nothing that I enjoy me more than the nature and people of NSW west of the Divide.

Jelle Marechal, Dingo Tours Guide


  • Hawkesbury River area & Bilpin: morning coffee & apple pie
  • The basalt formations at Grose Valley – Blue Mountains National Park.
  • The magnificent Hartley Vale Valley with a good chance to spot eastern rosella’s, more kangaroos, an emu or a wedge-tailed eagle.
  • The rugged Wollemi wilderness & undeveloped Wolgan Valley.
  • Blackfellows Hand Cave – hidden site of Aboriginal rock-stencil prints
  • Th historic village of Newnes
  • Circuit walk to the spectacular Glow Worm Tunnel – rainforest and old railway tracks
  • Rich birdlife – wombats, goannas and wallabies
  • Communal dinner-under-the-stars around the piping hot, outdoor stone pizza oven of the historic Newnes Hotel & Museum


Newnes Hotel Cabins

  • Glorious exposed cliff escarpments, volcanic plugs and lush rolling grazing lands of the Capertee Valley
  • Bird watchers paradise: Painted Honeyeater, the Wonga Pigeon, Diamond Firetail, Turquoise Parrot, Plum-headed Finch and Superb Lyrebirds
  • The Ghost town of Glen Davis with it’s abandoned mine shafts and oil-shale ovens
  • Glen Alice Road
  • The heritage protected Rylstone
  • Idyllic Dunns Swamp. in the northwest the Wollemi NP
  • The Pagoda Walk with breathtaking views over Cudgegong River
  • (Free) option to kayak option up to Kandos Weir
  • Platypus Point, long neck turtles, wombats, goannas, wallabies and – platypus
  • Dinner served at our hotel in historic Rylstone.


The Globe Hotel


  • Wine tasting in the Mudgee region
  • Exploring the picturesque gold rush town Gulgong.
  • Pioneer Museum and the Henry Lawson Centre
  • Wine tasting
  • Sandstone buildings, beautiful plane trees and quaint shops
  • Dinner at the award winning Globe Hotel.


The Globe Hotel


  • Exploring ands sight-seeing through the old gold-fields, the Central Tablelands and the Great Dividing Ranges.
  • Gold ghost-town of Sofala & the Old Sofala Gaol
  • Hill End – preserved historic gold town
  • One hour Imperial tour of the Jenolan Caves in the Blue Mountains
  • Wildlife!


Jenolan Caves House

A brisk morning walk to spot a platypus, a brush-tailed rock-wallaby or a wombat.

Off-road drive to the remote Kanangra Plateau, part of the 5% remaining true wilderness in NSW.

Spot herds of eastern grey kangaroos and plenty of pretty-faced & swamp wallabies (true name) on the way.

The 2 hour walk on Kanangra Plateau. offering spectaculair views over large parts of the Greater Blue Mountains Worlds Heritage Area.

The views & ultimate photo opportunities at Kanangra Wall and the blue eucalyptus forest of Kanangra Deep. If ever you wondered were the name “Blue Mountains” comes from – this is it!

Lunch in the old postoffice of the quaint explorers’ hamlet of Hartley, with a visit to the local Aboriginal gallery.

Spectacular views of the Grose Valley from Pulpit Rock

The Jamison Valley with it’s Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters

Return to Sydney at ca 5 PM

Book a private tour

per adult (twinshare)

Based on the price for a private group of 4 guests.

The price per person is less for larger groups.

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