Join us on this incredible three-day journey and experience the breathtaking highlights of NSW’s South Coast. From ticking off two of the most scenic hikes through Morton National Park, to celebrating the resilience and strength of the Yuin Nation when you meet respected Elders for a Welcome to Country, cultural discussions and hands-on workshops. 

Setting off before dawn, climb through the magnificent wilderness of Balgaan (Pigeon House Mountain) along a walking track surrounded by ancient sandstone formations, heathland and forest. Witness sunrise from the peak, taking in spectacular panoramic views over the rugged cliffs and gorges, with the coastline stretching around you from Point Perpendicular in the north to Gulaga in the south. 

Travel with purpose knowing your trekking adventure is supporting Treading Lightly, a local grassroots environmental organisation that brings people together to build resilient communities and make positive, long-lasting change towards a sustainable future.

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    Available dates: 5-7 May 2023 & 

    25-27 August 2023

    Tour duration: 3 days 

    Group size: 8–18 travellers

    Challenge grade: 3/5

    Travel quote: $2,065* per person 

    Give back: A $50 donation to Treading Lightly is included in tour cost 

    Accommodation: Twin-share at Ulladulla Harbour View Apartments. 

    *Subject to change. Refer to Soulful Concepts terms and conditions

    We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the lands where this trek takes place as well as across the lands we travel through. We also acknowledge our Elders past, present and emerging and honour the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander peoples. We acknowledge the historical truth that colonisation has led to the ongoing exclusion of our First Nations people from modern Australia.

    We hope through our Trek Yuin Country adventures travellers can come away with an informed and enhanced understanding of First Nations peoples history and culture.