Blue Mountains National Park achieves Advanced Ecotourism certification

Congratulations to Blue Mountains National Park for achieving Advanced Ecotourism certification as an attraction and for their Discovery Walks, Talks and Tours products. Blue Mountains National Park joins Tidbinbilla and Yanchep National Park as the first National Parks in Australia to achieve Ecotourism Australia certification, setting a high standard for other Parks to follow.

imagesThe stunning Blue Mountains National Park is situated just west of Sydney, NSW and is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. It boasts remarkable geographic, botanic and cultural values, including protecting sites of Aboriginal cultural significance.

Blue Mountains Discovery Walks Talks and Tours presents a vast array of talented, trained, experienced guides who will show you the best of the Blue Mountains, take you deep into canyons, or across windswept heath, scale vertical cliffs on heritage pathways next to giant waterfalls  and show you rare plants, animal hideouts, and much more. The program offers tailored walks, talks and tours for various group sizes as well as curriculum based tours for school groups.

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To find out more about Blue Mountains National Park, click here.

To find out more about Ecotourism certification, click here.

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