Enjoy an all-inclusive day out visiting the beautiful Blue Mountains, Scenicworld, Waradah Aboriginal Cultural Centre, a country club for lunch, Featherdale Wildlife Park and cruising back to Sydney on a river cruise.
What to Expect
Your Blue mountain sightseeing tour begins with a complimentary CBD Hotel pick-up. Join an exceptional guide on a small group of 12 – 20 passengers for a personalised and informative day tour to the Blue Mountains National Park. Travel across the Iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge as you head west to the Blue Mountains following in the footsteps of this country’s early explorers.
Continue the Blue Mountains day trip heading west over the mountain ranges right into the heart of the Blue Mountains. Here you'll start with a walk spectacular cliff lookout spot off the beaten track, providing splendid panoramic views of the breathtaking Jamison Valley – a photographer’s paradise with its sheer sandstone cliffs colored rust and pink, and lush subtropical rainforest beneath. Soak up the breathtaking views across the Jamison Valley away from the large crowds that gather at the touristy lookouts and see the Mountains like a local. This lookout is only accessible to small groups. The Blue Mountain day trip continues with a visit to Scenic World home to Scenic Railway, Skyway, Cableway and Rainforest Walkway. Glide between cliff tops on the Scenic Skyway! With 360° views, the journey provides the best views of Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters, and Jamison Valley. Descend into the Jamison Valley on the Cableway, providing a unique vantage point for viewing the Three Sisters, Orphan Rock, Mt Solitary and Katoomba Falls.
Discover the tranquility of ancient rainforest strolling along on a guided short boardwalk through the Rainforest Walkway and take the thrilling ride back up on the world’s steepest incline railway the Scenic Railway. The Scenic World Ultimate Discovery Pass is included in the price, valued at $39. Your next stop is a visit to Australia’s No.1 Aboriginal Culture Centre in Katoomba. The Waradah dance troupe, and didgeridoo players entertain and share compelling corroboree performances. Here you will have some free time to shop the unique selection of artifacts and merchandise produced by Aboriginal craftsmen and to walk down to Echo Point Lookout for stunning views of the valley and the iconic Three Sisters. Enjoy a variety of dishes for lunch followed by a freshly made dessert at one of the mountains golf clubs. All dietary requirements are catered for including Vegetarians, Halal, vegans.
After lunch you'll make your final stop in the Blue Mountains National Park with a short walk to a remote lookout away from the large tour groups to enjoy the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains and admire the flora and fauna of this National Park. Spend up to an hour at Featherdale Wildlife Park. This award winning wildlife park, gets you up close with some of Australia’s cutest native animals. Here you can cuddle a Koala, hand feed Kangaroos, and get close to the national symbol – the inquisitive emus. There are also crocodiles, wombats and countless bird species – So don’t forget your camera!
The day trip would not be complete without a ride on the famous Ferries. Your journey home includes a ferry ride from Homebush Bay, travelling along the famous Parramatta River an important river in Australia’s Colonial history. Enjoy the tranquil waters of Sydney Harbour as you glide past some impressive landmarks including the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, past the Opera House onto the final destination – Circular Quay where your Blue Mountain trip ends.
- Sydney pick-up
- Entry to all attractions
- Lunch and river cruise
Selected CBD hotels
McDonalds Circular Quay at 7.15am
Know Before You Go
Please be sure to wear extra warm clothing in our winter months (June, July, August) as it gets very cold up in the mountains!