High and Wild Australian Adventures

High and Wild Australian Adventures

Canyoning, Abseiling & Rock Climbing

High and Wild specialise in Abseiling, Canyoning, Rock Climbing and Bush Survival courses in the beautiful Blue Mountains near Sydney, NSW.

We cater for all skill levels and ages, and have been operating for over 25 yrs with an unblemished safety record.

We're rated #1 on Trip Advisor for 'Things to do in Katoomba' with 5/5 stars!

Take a look at our website for trip descriptions or call us on 02 4782 6224

Blue Mountains Canyoning

Experience canyoning in the Blue Mountains with a trusted and experienced guide. Our canyoning adventures include:
  • Empress Canyon
  • Claustral Canyon
  • Serendipity Canyon
  • ...and many more!

Blue Mountains Abseiling

Abseiling in the Blue Mountains is like nothing else! Whatever your skill level, we have an abseil to suit, and offer half- and full-day adventures to suit your needs. At only 90 minutes from Sydney it's something you must experience at least once in your lifetime!

Blue Mountains Rock Climbing

Our experienced rock climbing guides will teach you the techniques that will have you climbing like you never thought possible. It's not just about strength! We have a range of climbing experiences to suit all skill levels, and you can climb easy knowing we have a 100% safety record.

Bush Survival Courses

Two-day overnight bush survival courses in the Blue Mountains for individuals or groups. Learn the essential skills to be able to survive in the Australian bush, from lighting a fire to finding food & water, building a shelter, navigating and getting home again!


How To Get Here..

We're a 90 minute drive from Sydney, or a two-hour scenic train ride, and just 5 minute's walk from Katoomba station.

High and Wild Australian Adventures

Phone: (02) 4782 6224

Address: 207 Katoomba Street
Katoomba NSW 2780

Email: Click here to send an email

Have You Visited

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