Aussie Bush Adventures run tours from Sydney to farmstay adventures which, depending on which tour you take, include places such as Three Sisters, The Scenic Railway, Katoomba, the Jenolan Caves and wine tours of Mudgee.
We took a ride on one of their Jenolan Caves tours and were blown away with the beauty of the caves. The caves they take you to within the system there are the Orient, the Imperial Cave and the Lucas Cave – simply stunning and my five year old son was spellbound.
One of the first things we did for Aussie Bush Adventures is help them get a very strong ranking for ‘farmstay australia‘ but after 6 months we moved their home-page to compete much broader, seeing if ‘outback australia‘ can be an arena of traction.
We also set up a Pinterest page about Blue Mountains Tours which will help them rank their landing pages higher.
Owner-operator Sally Bray has a great spirit for adventure and fun, but is also a science teacher so she’s a whizz at describing intricate aspects of the Australian bush to her travellers.
She’s also a handy photographer so made sure you ask her to take photos of you on her tours because you’ll pretty much always get a great photo out of her which you can stick up on Facebook, Twitter and of course Instagram
One thing we don’t do for Sally is her social media platforms because she was already a genius when she contacted us – she has over 13,000 followers on Twitter, over 3,600 on Facebook and has a burgeoning and very attractive Pinterest profile too.
Sally is also an enthusiastic foodie – and so you can enjoy some truly delicious aspects of farm cuisine – e.g. the world-famous damper, lamb chops, kangaroo kebabs and bacon and eggs to get the heart started of a morning.
If you’re interested in her outback tours just click on any of the links in this article for further information.