Tread Lightly Eco Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Tread Lightly Eco Tours operates an award winning and advanced ecotourism accredited guiding company in the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park.

Fully licensed with National Parks and Wildlife Service, professional interpretive guides help you experience the very best of the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park and would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the region.

Providing unique fully guided bushwalks and four wheel drive eco tours which specialise in the environmental and the cultural aspects of the Blue Mountains. Exploring a sensory experience in the natural environment through nature base touring in ancient rainforests, deep gorges, huge waterfalls and fantastic panoramic views with Tread Lightly Eco Tours. Experience places locals play.

Guided ecological bush walks range from two to eight hours and cover the most spectacular scenery in the Blue Mountains. Explore rainforests, wander past waterfalls, discover Aboriginal culture and view magnificent old forests.

Tread Lightly eco tours has just been inducted into the Ecotourism Australia Hall of Fame with over 20 years of the highest quality sustainable and minimal impact carbon reduced touring in the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Acknowledging sensitivity to country and culture.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours Paid Wifi

Fitness

Basic Moderate

Disabled Assistance

Caters for hearing impairment Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Caters for vision impairment

Indigenous Culture

Indigenous themes and/or interpretation

Membership

Campervan Motorhome Club of Australia New South Wales Business Chamber Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Climate Action Business Certified by Ecotourism Australia COVID Clean Practicing Business COVID Safe ECO Certified (Advanced Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia Respecting Our Culture (ROC) Certified by Ecotourism Australia Tour Guiding Association

Services

From $145 to $220

Bush walk the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park, with two 1,400 foot waterfalls as a focus and the professional ecological guides accentuate the unique aspects of the area.

A half or full day hike at Wentworth Falls, the first descent is the Valley of the Waters, which allows for multiple fitness levels on kilometres of different trails. Every turn opens a new and exciting photographic window and a new experience in the ancient landscape. Fauna and flora are abundant and flowers are all year round.

Morning tea is spent track side, before hiking below 1,000 foot escarpments and towering eucalyptus forest. Reaching the pinnacle of the walk is the 1,400 foot Wentworth Falls waterfall and lunch in a cave.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

From $145 to $220

One of the Blue Mountains World Heritage areas signature walks in a deep canyon environment. This walk has lots of steps; walk distance is six kilometres with some creek walking in the deep canyon.

Walk behind waterfalls through beautiful rock over hangs with consistent Aboriginal culture and heritage. The tour takes five or eight hours and is suitable for medium grade fitness client.

This walk is tailor-made and can be adapted to your total needs or as an exclusive tour if booked. It can be extended to take in a full day Grose wilderness hiking with a gourmet lunch in the wilderness. This walk can be supplied as a night activity to maximise wildlife, astronomy and glow worm spotting.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

From $145 to $270

The Rocks to Rainforest eco tour is an amazing opportunity to get away from the typical tourist areas and explore the wilderness with a local ecological guide, resident over 40 years in the Blue Mountains. This tour visits the high remote peaks before descending 800 metres to the valley floor and rainforest gullies. Also offering wine in the wilderness tours to local Dryridge vineyards and Heli eco touring.

Explore the vast escarpments of the Blue Mountains wilderness and increase your understanding of ancient ecology, visit Kanangra Walls and Jenolan Caves.

Tour includes short easy walks and is tailor made to suit your needs with amazing photographic destinations.

Tour includes morning tea in the wilderness and a gourmet picnic on some tours.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

From $145 to $185

Visit remote wilderness and have Danish pastries, tea and coffee with fresh baked local produce while sitting amongst wild kangaroos.

This tour takes on an early morning wildlife expedition to have breakfast with wild kangaroos on the edge of the Wild Dog Mountains, where you can get great close up photography of wallabies, wild birds and kangaroos in their natural habitat.

Watch sunrise over the Three Sisters and the Kedumba Valley, see dawn engulf the Megalong Valley and if conditions are right the Phantom Falls, an amazing natural phenomenon of mist emptying one valley to fill the next.

This is a rare and exciting look at the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains very few people get to see.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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