"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better"- Albert Einstein. Our interpretive guided walks are designed for taking in the best hiking trails and the most scenic spots - including stunning waterfalls and breathtaking views - of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. You will gain profound knowledge about local history, geology, flora and fauna and also have many opportunities for great photo shots. Choose between several short walking tracks or even a challenging hike of several hours - our tours are specifically designed for small groups of maximum four participants to offer you a most special personal experience. In case you prefer a private tour: after selecting the desired date, please follow the link 'Book for a private group' (available for bookings on PC ) to book your private tour. Videos about our tours can be found on our YouTube channel 'WolfgangHediBlueMountains'. We can stop for a coffee/lunch break (at participants' expense) in one of our iconic mountain villages or in the idyllic Megalong Valley, or bring your own lunch along. Nibbles and tea will be provided by us on the track. Take a relaxing two hours train ride from Sydney Central Station to meet us at the BLUE MOUNTAINS VISITOR INFORMATION opposite of Katoomba train station. In case you overnight in the Blue Mountains, we can also pick you up from your accommodation.
"Wolfgang and Hedi know the ins and outs of the Blue Mountains and have expert knowledge in local flora and fauna as well as geology of the area. They took great care in giving our group a once in a lifetime experience that we will never forget". Thank you to Anna for her nice comment and hello from your personal guides Wolfgang and Hedi, the only local tour guide couple - why settling for one guide if you can get two :) - in the UNESCO World Heritage Area of Blue Mountains. We are passionate hiking enthusiasts with a Parks Eco Pass license for guided walking tours awarded by the National Park & Wildlife Service, accredited for Quality and Sustainable Tourism and active supporters of the Australian Conservation Foundation, Australia's national environment organization, making a donation for every hiking tour we are conducting.
Snacks and Nibbles
National Park Entry Fee (where applicable)
Luxurious Landcruiser (7 seater), equipped with a SDR Codan Envoy HF Radio - we are licensed radio amateurs
Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) - Safety Alert, First Aid Kits, Headlamps, Emergency Raincoats, Mobile Phone Power Bank
From the breathtaking exposed Pulpit Rock Lookout, watch misty clouds rising and falling back into the deep, rugged Grose Valley wilderness. Look out for a Hobbit in the mysterious valley of the Grand Canyon, one of Blue Mountains most spectacular places. Descend along gorgeous Sylvia Waterfall down the Valley of Waters, climb back up steep, rocky stairs next to the overwhelming Wentworth Falls. Or find the elusive Platypus hiding in Blue Lake
Appropriate walking shoes and outdoor clothing
Best, most economical way to travel to Blue Mountains is by a 2-hours train ride on the Blue Mountains Line (leaving Sydney's Central Station mostly from platform 2 to 8). Use an OPAL card, your Credit/Debit card or mobile phone. Maximum daily charge is AUD 16.10 on weekdays and AUD 2.80 on Sundays.