• Country and Outback, NSW
  • 0439464660
  • 1499 Wolgan Rd
    Wolgan Valley, 2790
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Wolgan Valley Eco Tours

  • Tour
  • Guided Tour
  • Hiking / Walking
  • Wildlife Experience

Wolgan Valley Eco Tours offers a range of fully guided walking tours and hikes in the beautiful and majestic Wolgan Valley. Specialising in small group sizes, we aim to create adventurous, enriching and memorable experiences that celebrate the unique natural environment and significant cultural heritage of Wolgan Valley and the Great Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

  • Donkey Mountain Hike

    Traversing the steep talus slopes of the mountain into Garden of Stone National Park, guest are rewarded with sweeping panoramic views across the Wolgan Valley and the opportunity to explore the maze of fern-filled canyons, moss covered boulders and pagoda rock formations which Donkey Mountain is famous for.

  • Glow Worm Tunnel Hike

    Following the historical footprint of the Wolgan Valley Railway, this hike traverses densely forested slopes onto the spectacular panoramic views of Wolgan Valley. Entering the former railway tunnel and into complete darkness, guest are treated to the emergence of thousands of glow worms.

  • Newnes Township & Newnes Shale Oil Refinery Ruins Walking Tour

    This tour explores the fascinating history of the once thriving Blue Mountains shale oil industry taking in the shale oil refinery ruins, the incredible beehive-shaped cooking kilns, the Wolgan River, Petries Gully and the township of Newnes.

  • Petries Gully Nature Walk

    Listen closely to the melodic calls of the valley's local birds, explore the ruins of a time log since gone, or be captivated by the natural beauty of Petries Gully. Join us on this leisurely two hour walking tour into Petries Gully as we introduce you to the natural and cultural heritage of Wollemi National Park.

  • Wollemi Twilight Wildlife Tour

    Get wild with the night owls as we explore the world of Wollemi National Park’s nocturnal wildlife. Spotlight for Red-necked Wallaby and the Southern Boobook Owl, or get involved in one of our regular citizen science projects surveying Wollemi’s truly unique and diverse wildlife.