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Seeking a Less Conventional Way to Get to Jenolan?
Their 4WD Jenolan Caves Eco Tour visits the best of the upper Blue Mountains, including remote lookouts over the Grose and Kedumba Valleys, plus a visit to Jenolan, for a guided Orient cave experience. At Jenolan, Tread Lightly Eco Tours provides a gourmet picnic lunch by the Blue Lake, where you might spot a platypus. Then you head back to Katoomba, stopping along the Great Dividing Range to see kangaroos.
Tread Lightly Eco Tours has Advanced Ecotourism Accreditation with Ecotourism Australia. This guarantees you the highest quality nature-based touring. All their guides are highly qualified ecological guides, with extensive knowledge of the local ecosystem and region.
Tread Lightly Eco Tours have been acclaimed, by Newcastle University, as the highest credible ecotourism company in NSW. They have been acknowledged as one of the top 50 sustainable businesses in Australia. They have been independently audited by their peers and visitors to maintain a high level of conservation and respect for the beautiful Blue Mountains World Heritage area.
For more information about how to get to Jenolan Caves via Tread Lightly Eco Tours, click here.
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