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Escape The Concrete Jungle With A Glenworth Valley Adventure

Leave the concrete jungle behind and enjoy some outdoor fun at Sydney's leading nature-based adventure destination, Glenworth Valley. Set on 3,000 acres of unspoilt wilderness, Glenworth Valley is only a 30-minute helicopter flight north of Sydney's CBD. This majestic, natural beauty wonderland is abundant with wildlife, magnificent gumtree coated valley walls, rugged rock formations, rainforests and natural rock pools.

Glenworth Valley provides a range of activities for both adventure and relaxation seekers. So whether you are chasing the adventure getaway of a lifetime, simply want to immerse yourself in the stillness of nature or discover native Australian flora and fauna, there will be something to suit everyone and all ages.

Horse Riding is a great way to relax and enjoy the nature at Glenworth Valley.

Your Flight to Adventure Land

Upon take off at our Sydney Heliport, you’ll enjoy full panoramic views of the Sydney skyline, Pacific Ocean and the famous Blue Mountains to the west. Within five minutes your professional pilot will then have you over the beautiful Sydney Harbour flying past icons such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. You will then continue up the magnificent coastline and national parkland, as you venture north-bound, viewing Sydney’s stunning Northern beaches and Ku Ring Gai National Park before coming at the picturesque Glenworth Valley.

This is the best way to see Glenworth Valley – from the air. Here you can soak up the awe-inspiring natural views of the valley and the winding Popran Creek below before you make a smooth touchdown on the Glenworth Valley floor. With aerial views from above, you’ll be able to see everything from a different and interesting perspective – from amazing rock formations to huge ancient eucalyptus trees or even some wallabies or lyrebirds.

Once you disembark the helicopter, you will notice a distinct change of pace from the bustling city of Sydney, as the calming energy of the valley canvas laid out before you sets the scene for more wholesome fun activities.

What can we do at Glenworth Valley?

Whilst Glenworth Valley is known for its horse riding, it is arguably the ultimate Australian outdoor playground and other activities that can be undertaken on the Sydney HeliTours Glenworth Valley package include quad biking, abseiling and kayaking.

Horse Riding

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, Glenworth’s experienced horse riding guides will guide you through impressive scenery, lush forests and creeks on a ride back to nature. It could also be argued that the peaceful nature of Glenworth Valley is best explored on ground by taking advantage of a motor-free experience. Why not try horse riding at Glenworth Valley? There is riding for all abilities and the valley is ripe with beauty and abundant wildlife. Take in the breathtaking panoramas of the valley walls and winding streams from the back of your mighty horse. This stunning horse trail passes through the relaxing countryside allowing you to indulge in the NSW coast flora and fauna.

Kayaking Kayaking is a great way to relax and enjoy the nature at Glenworth Valley.

If you love a view from the water or enjoy a paddle, try out the Kayaking adventure. Keep your eyes peeled along the kilometres of waterways for an array of water birds including eagles, herons, cormorants, ducks and numerous fish as you navigate the Popran creek with your knowledgeable guide.

Quad Biking

For a faster paced activity, why not try four-wheel motor biking and explore the private trails of Glenworth Valley while taking in some of the Valley’s best scenery. A great adrenaline hit as you race across bush trails and water crossings on a quad biking circuit across 15 kilometres of terrain.


Get high above the ground on an abseiling challenge. Build your confidence on easy slopes before tackling more challenging climbs. Glenworth Valley is home to two abseiling sites with a range of descents, offering both beginner and advanced experiences.

Don’t forget, the diversity of Australian animals and native plants in NSW national parks is extraordinary. Fauna in the area includes kangaroos, tawny frogmouth owls, Australian brush turkey, wombats, brushtail possums, goannas, wallabies and lyrebirds. While the amazing biodiversity of flora of this area, makes it home to over 2000 native plants.

Once you have sufficiently explored the wild frontiers of Glenworth Valley, having disembarked the saddle, harness, or kayak, you will be taken back to your helicopter to continue your awe-inspiring flight south-bound for Sydney to explore more of the wonderful coastline.

The next question you need to ask is, what are you waiting for? This dream adventure getaway offers something for everyone and is perfect in all seasons.

Call our friendly pilots at Sydney HeliTours today - your ultimate outdoor adventure awaits!