Blue Mountains
Ancestral Pathways
Take a Journey with us into the world of our Ancestors

Welcome to Gundungurra Country

Blue Mountains Ancestral Pathways is an Aboriginal owned and operated Cultural Tourism and Educational Business that offers an authentic local Aboriginal experience in a contemporary context. Traditional cultural knowledge and practices will be shared to provide an insight into local Gundungurra culture as well as providing opportunities to connect to Country.

Our Tours
Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx

We pick you up in our 4WD from your accommodation or
prearranged meeting point. This tour involves a mix of driving
and walking to visit recognised Aboriginal Places.

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Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx
Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx
Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx
Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx
Cultural Tours – 4hrs approx
Bushwalking Tours
Bushwalking Tours

BMAP offer a range of bushwalking tours throughout the
stunning Blue Mountains World Heritage area that are tailored
to suit your group’s requirements and fitness level.

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4WD Tours

If you want to get off the beaten track and access places in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area that few tourists know about this is the tour for you!

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4WD Tours
4WD Tours
4WD Tours
4WD Tours
Camping Adventures
Camping Adventures
Camping Adventures
Camping Adventures
Camping Adventures
Camping Adventures

You’ll be walking along Gundungurra Pathways
visiting remote heritage sites and hearing
Gundungurra Dreaming stories of the land.

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Testimonials
"If you want to experience some of the best cultural tourism off the beaten track that the Blue Mountains has to offer... check out what Blue Mountains Ancestral Pathways are doing."
Vera - 2015
"I found walking the Bungbarung Trail to be an experience of a lifetime. I learnt so much about myself, & about these beautiful mountains that I am so blessed to call my home. I cannot speak highly enough about it."
Emily Cooper - 2017
"I learnt so much through the experience and I feel that I have begun a journey of knowing and understanding the mountains in a much deeper way - especially as a cultural landscape rather than just 'the bush'."
Clare - 2017