This personalised and scenic guided walking tour highlights the natural, historical and traditional heritage of Sydney Harbour
About This Deal
$250 for a private Bradleys Head loop walking tour for two people (total value up to $499)
- Discover historic relics of Australia’s recent past hidden among Sydney Harbour’s bushland
- Visit gun emplacements, tunnels and fortifications built to protect Sydney Harbour and hear about the brave stories of the servicemen and women of yesteryear
- Whilst on the exclusive tour, be amazed by the unique flora and fauna of Sydney Harbour, by close encounters with birdlife, frogs, lizards as well as the ringtail possums
- Learn about the First Nations People of the Borogegal Clan, who once lived along the harbour’s foreshore around Bradleys Head
- Tour duration: two hours
What to wear:
Customers are to ensure that they are wearing weather appropriate clothing. This includes but is not limited to a hat, sunscreen, enclosed shoes that provide effective support to walk a moderate distance. Also, consider wearing long sleeves and trousers to reduce the risk of sun exposure and, if necessary, wet weather gear which may include a rain jacket.
What to bring:
There are filtered water fountains to refill water bottles along the track. Customers may want to think about lite snacks to sustain their energy whilst out on the walking tour.
About EcoWalks Tours
Established by Alan Toner, an accredited NSW Parks Eco Pass tour guide, EcoWalks Tours offer a variety of scenic and educational guided tours along the bush trails in Sydney Harbour National Park. The tours are carried out with respect to the natural and cultural values of the area. The company specialises in providing visitors with informative commentary about the native flora and fauna, as well as the historic relics within Sydney Harbour National Park. Customers can take advantage of a range of guided walking tours, from private and group walks to school holiday bush explorer excursions for kids. EcoWalks Tours applies the Leave No Trace principles to guide the operations of walking tours in the Sydney Harbour National Park and the surrounding area.