Bronze - Hike DHURAG

Bronze - Hike DHURAG


Dharug National Park covers rugged bush land just north of the Hawkesbury River, with dramatic sandstone cliffs and a variety of natural habitats. The park is bursting with bird and animal life, you’re likely to see gang-gang cockatoos, satin bowerbirds and green catbirds on the mountain slopes and, for students camping overnight, be sure to take a torch to look for yellow-bellied and greater gliders and sugar gliders. If you can’t see the yellow-bellied glider, you may well hear their loud shrieking and gurgling calls.


YouthAdvance prides itself on the fact that we only employ industry leaders. YouthAdvance is a company that is driven to create young leaders and the experience of our staff have in adventure-based education and recreation programs allows us to structure our programs so they are not only focused on participant experiences but heavily driven on creating measurable program outcomes.

Our lead program guides are employed with no less than 6 years minimum experience and all qualified in the activity being undertaken.


YouthAdvance’s partner company Remote Safety Solutions is a leading remote area risk and emergency management specialist. From this, safety is foremost in all of our Adventurous Journeys.

Pre-program you are supplied with our comprehensive Risk Management and Emergency Management Portfolio for the program venue. This portfolio is your reference guide to the associated program hazards and their risk profile and the management processes to limit these hazards. It also lists our emergency actions plans and emergency 


  • Participant to staff ratios 7:1
  • Maximum number of participants for this program venue per trip is 18 (Back to Back programs available for larger bookings)
  • Emergency communication equipment carried, VHF, UHF, PLB, Satellite Phone and Sat Messenger and Tracker
  • Maps and navigation equipment supplied to each participant
  • Transport to and from the program venue (Sydney) based School included in advertised price
  •  Live tracking of all participant groups with web portal for parents and booking clients to view
  • All guides hold wilderness or remote area first aid qualifications
  • FREE pre-trip briefing
  • Medical data collected using CareMonkey e-platform for paperless collection


Starting from Mill Creek Campground, following along the Eleven Km Circuit. Heading off-track for some navigation practice along the ridgeline, rejoining the Eleven Km Circuit to continue back to Mill Creek campground for the evening. Day 2 we head straight up a stunning creek line, exploring the temperate rainforest environment. Continuing up to high ground, navigating rock shelves, knolls and saddles, passing a very important and spectacular Indigenous site. Joining the Eleven Km Circuit back to Mill Creek Campground.


Your child using the appropriate gear is instrumental in ensuring that they have an enjoyable and comfortable experience. We have the following options available;

Purchase equipment up to  40% off via the RSS Online Equipment store

Hire via Camplist


For organisations wishing for a door to door program option, we can arrange for our 25 seater mini-bus to pick up from any location prior the program and then return once the program has been completed.

Contact our staff to request a quote for this service.


$220.00 Per Participant



Call 0431 248 389 or email [email protected] to find out more