Blue Mountains Overnight Camping Experience - wake up with the wild Kangaroos

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Tour description

Imagine an overnight camping experience in the Blue Mountains where you get to wake up with Kangaroos. Your overnight experience starts at 3pm and before you know it you will be relaxing at your campsite with the wildlife around you. Dinner is served by our chef and then we all get to relax around the campfire when your host will proudly share the history of the Mountains and explain how Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson crossed the mountains back in 1813. The following day you will be woken up by natures alarm clock, the incredible sounds of Cockatoos and Kookaburras and the Kangaroos will be roaming freely. We then spend a day together touring the Blue Mountains seeing one of Australia's oldest Aboriginal caves, Aboriginal rock art, the Three sisters, waterfalls and cliff faces. We can't wait to show you the Blue Mountains. Our overnight camping experiences operate all year with minimum bookings numbers of 4.

Expect an awesome memory :) the Blue Mountains is where we live and we can't wait to show off our backyardYou are only a few moments away from confirming a Great Camping Adventure overnight camping experience. Imagine waking up with Kangaroos, kookaburras and cockatoos or relaxing after dinner around a campfire. Your host often says 'we come together as strangers we will leave as friends'. Whilst thousands of people rush into the mountains and try and see everything in one day this experience is the real Australia and it will be the highlight of your trip.This is what you will receive:• Tent sites established with stretcher beds and mattress for your arrival. (we can supply sleeping bag and pillow or you can supply your own)• Fully catered dinner plus breakfast and lunch the following day.• Your professional guide will take you on a journey through time and explain how the mountains were formed and how the explorers Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson crossed the Blue Mountains back in 1813.• All individual National Park admission including camping fees covered and the Great Camping Adventure staff will be with you the entire time. The only fee you will need to pay is if you drive your own vehicle and then you will be required to pay a vehicle pass which is $8 per day. This only applies to those that park their vehicle in the National Park. Our team will discuss this with you once your booking has been confirmed

What's included

  • National Park fees
  • Dinner plus breakfast and lunch the following day
  • Transport from the moment you arrive until the following afternoon when we return to Glenbrook
  • Driver/guide
  • Tents erected for your arrival
  • Sleeping bags (you can bring your own sleeping bag if you prefer)
  • Pillows (you can bring your own pillow if you prefer)
  • Stretcher Beds for a single person
  • Overnight accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks

What's not included

  • National Parks vehicle entry pass ($8 per day, should you be bringing your own vehicle and parking within the National Park) Our team will discuss this with you once your booking is confirmed