Blue Mountains Aboriginal Tour

Aboriginal Heritage Tour Sydney

Explore the scenic beauty of Blue Mountains and experience the traditional Aboriginal life on this Blue Mountains Aboriginal tour from Sydney. Visit the Three Sisters rock formation and see panoramic views from Echo Point. Experience local culture, connection with adventure, rock art, ceremonial sites, and artefacts. This is one kind of private tours leaves Sydney provides you with the best experience you can get at the Blue Mountains region.


    A luxury private tour

    Hotel pick up and drop off at Sydney CBD

    Sweeping views of Three Sisters and Lincoln's Rock

    All-inclusive tour pricing except for food

    Small group secluded bushwalk to sacred Aboriginal sites

    Learn traditional Aboriginal life



Tour schedule Contact us to check availability
Price Contact us for a quote
Tour duration 10 hours
Pick up & Drop-off from Sydney CBD
Inclusions All inclusive tour pricing except for lunch
Exclusion Food and Beverage unless specified
Group size Our vehicles can handle small group sizes of 1 to 6 or 7 to 20 passengers. Contact us if you need a quote for 7 to 20 passenger private group tour in Sydney.
What to bring Jacket in the cooler months
comfortable footwear
Comfortable walking trousers/shorts
About the vehicle We will be driving in a luxury people mover complete with leather seats, DVD entertainment and climate control.

Full description of the Blue Mountains with Aboriginal Heritage Tour Sydney

Heading towards the West of Sydney, our first stop is Lincoln’s Rock. In past known as the Flat Rock and officially named as the Lincoln’s Rock in 2013. This impressive lookout is one of the favourites of our travellers for an instagrammable selfie.

Next stop on this private tour to Blue Mountains is the Three Sisters in Katoomba. Three Sisters lookout at the Echo point is the most visited lookout by travellers and it is a spectacular landmark. A rock formation with many legends behind it and on the north escarpment of the Jamison Valley. The Giant stairway bushwalk at the Echo point is another favourite of our travellers, that gives fabulous views and excitement.

Next, you get the opportunity to meet a friendly guide from a local Aboriginal clan. Who will conduct the next leg of the Blue Mountains aboriginal tour (note: you will be participating with a small group of other people in this experience). This includes around 3 km bushwalk of sacred sites, learning about living, bush food tasting, body painting, and bush medicines. The bushwalk is categorised under medium grade and takes up to 2 hours. The entire experience counts up to 6 hours.

Good health & above poor; fitness, balance & mobility is a MUST to attend this tour. There are gradual down and up of 120m with few slippery bits included in this bushwalk. If you require emergency service, it is 1 hr to reach this area.

Finishing the Aboriginal tour around 4pm, your Blue Mountains aboriginal private tour ends at around 5.30 pm Sydney CBD by dropping off you to your hotel.

Please note – spotting wildlife such as kangaroos and kookaburras are a common request on a tour to Blue Mountains. However, it depends on the time, Blue Mountains national park entry rules and weather. Please let us know before you book the tour and we advise the possibilities of spotting wildlife.

Tour Reviews

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    We booked two tours with Sydney Top Tours for our summer trip to Sydney. Both of our tours were amazing. We went on the 10 hour full day Blue Mountains aboriginal tour and Hunter Valley wine tour. They were expensive but definitely worth the money. Our guide was very knowledgeable and polite. Our guide Raki also served as the driver. Highly recommended.


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    Raki took us on an amazing private tour of Blue Mountains with authentic aboriginal experience. It was a perfect way to start our trip in Sydney. Thanks, Raki!


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