How are we responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
2nd April, 2020
We open for bushwalking with a maximum group size of 2 including your guide (private bookings for 1) to keep inline with the public health order relating to Covid-19.
1st April, 2020
The Blue Mountains national park is closed to commercial tours until further notice due to the public health orders relating to COVID-19. We look forward to sharing the mountains with you all again as soon as it is safe to do so.
We will seek clarification and make a further announcement on supporting people with disabilities to exercise on walking tracks on a one on one basis on council reserves but all camping and picnic areas are closed.
26th March, 2020
In response to the serious situation regarding the Coronavirus in Australia we have made a difficult decision to temporarily close some of our activities until the situation is resolved to protect the health and well-being of our clients, staff, families and the public.
We will not be offering any climbing, abseiling, camping, or 4×4 trips for the time being. We are offering day hikes for small groups only with strict social distancing and hygiene procedures observed.
We will be monitoring the situation daily and any changes will be posted here.
A big thank you to everyone for all of your kind support and well wishes at this time.
Please consider buying a gift card for a loved one as something for them to look forward to when this crisis is over. Our gift cards don’t expire and can be used on any of our tours.
Acknowledgment of country
Mt Dan’s Adventures acknowledges the Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people as the first inhabitants of Australia. We respect that they are the traditional custodians of this land and recognize the Aboriginal people of NSW (Where we work) belong to the oldest continuing culture in the world with diverse cultural customs and we wish to pay respects to all Elders past and present.