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Wentworth Falls

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From Sydney: Blue Mountains Tour with Waterfall Walk & Lunch

1. From Sydney: Blue Mountains Tour with Waterfall Walk & Lunch

Join a small group tour from Sydney to the Blue Mountains and see the Three Sisters and Wentworth Falls. Your Blue Mountains day trip includes a fresh, locally made picnic lunch, and a walk to the bottom of Wentworth Falls waterfall. Head two hours west of Sydney to the Blue Mountains National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed area. Explore numerous lookouts with breathtaking views over valleys, mountains, and numerous waterfalls. Your tour includes a 90-minute waterfall walk in the town of Wentworth Falls, taking in several waterfalls including the 187m Wentworth Falls waterfall. At this time, this is the only tour that does the walk going to the bottom of the waterfall. Visit Echo Point to see the Three Sisters rock formations in Katoomba and hear the indigenous dream time story behind the ladies. Another awesome lookout you can explore is Lincoln Rock, also known as Flat Rock. This is a big day in the Blue Mountains with local, passionate guides that love their jobs Your Blue Mountains itinerary has been curated by a local who has lived in the area their whole life. Discover areas off the beaten track, as well as the most famous sites the Blue Mountains have to offer. This is that less touristic Blue Mountains tour that you are seeking

Sydney: Blue Mountains Waterfalls and Koalas Late Start Tour

2. Sydney: Blue Mountains Waterfalls and Koalas Late Start Tour

Explore the beauty, lookouts and valleys of this remarkable region with a local guide. See the very best locations and amazing views on a unique tour crafted to avoid the crowds. Sleep in, avoid the Sydney traffic peak and all the big tour groups. Join us in an epic journey that will showcase the natural beauty of this world heritage listed region. It is filled with dramatic cliffs, eucalypt forests and waterflows so we don’t have time for theme parks or trendy café spots. Understand its history and grandeur to see waterflows and spectacular cliff edge valley views from scenic lookouts. Listen or spot our birdlife as we enjoy a bush picnic lunch and see the Three Sisters at the very best time as the sandstone rocks glow in the late afternoon sun. We start later than most tours to avoid the crowds and avoid tourist traps. Stop at a working farm to pat the kangaroos, wallabies or see a joey. Our VIP backstage pass with a koala is an extended private session up close with the koala and special photo moments. Dinner included at a local restaurant to complete a memorable day. Travel in a small group with a keen photographer guide so you will have picture perfect memories.

Sydney: Blue Mountains Featherdale and Wentworth Falls Tour

3. Sydney: Blue Mountains Featherdale and Wentworth Falls Tour

Explore the Blue Mountains region on a tour from Sydney. Discover Featherdale Wildlife Park, a guided bushwalk (hike) to the waterfalls at Wentworth Falls. Spend the afternoon at Echo Point and Cahill’s Lookout. Start with pickup from your hotel in Sydney. See koalas, kangaroos, dingoes, cassowaries, and other native Australian birds and animals in the morning at Featherdale Wildlife Park. At Wentworth Falls hike through tea-tree forests, fern gullies, cave overhangs, and past a variety of panoramic views of the Jamison Valley. The falls themselves are a delicate misty flow of water tumbling over three tiers of rocky outcrops. Your guide will be able to organize some alternative routes and shortcuts for those taking it easy. For lunch visit Leura Village which offers charming cafes, restaurants, and bakeries. Purchase lunch at one of these, and enjoy some time shopping for gifts at the streetside shops. Head on down to the Blue Mountains' most famous lookout at Echo Point. Enjoy the views at the perfect time of day, with the sun shining down the valley. See the Three Sisters illuminated and a Blue Haze in the background. Exit the Blue Mountains via Cliff Drive with its views over Narrow Neck Plateau and the Magalong Valley. Stretch your legs one more time to discover Cahills Lookout and Boars Head, before heading back to Sydney.

Sydney: Blue Mountain Sunset, Bushwalk & Wilderness Tour

4. Sydney: Blue Mountain Sunset, Bushwalk & Wilderness Tour

Leave Sydney and begin your day of exploration by journeying to the Blue Mountains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Area, on a comfortable bus. Explore the park on a guided bushwalk, visit local towns, and marvel at your stunning surroundings, as your guide gives you informative commentary. Known for its stunning display of natural beauty and vast rainforests clad in eucalyptus trees, the Blue Mountains are over 100 million years old and span over thousands of hectares. The combination of the scorching Australian sun and fine oil mist from the eucalyptus leaves gives off a distinctive blue haze, earning The Blue Mountains their name. Your first stop is in the quaint town of Glenbrook, where you can enjoy a coffee or a quick snack before making your way to Euroka. Truly an authentic Australian experience, Euroka is campground near Glenbrook that is ideal for spotting native wildlife. Enjoy a picnic lunch here before beginning your guided walk to Wentworth Falls. Appreciate the stunning surroundings on this hour walk through the bush. Marvel at the spectacular views from Wentworth falls and make your way along the stunning forests of Jamison Valley. Make your way to the locality’s iconic landmark, the Three Sisters rock formation. This is the ideal spot to capture photos of the Sisters whilst avoiding the morning crowds. Keep a close eye out for some of Australia's most iconic and unique wildlife here. As you come to the end of your tour, head to a secret sunset location for spectacular and undisturbed panoramic views. Witness the dazzling range of colors on display and experience the magic and charm of the mountains in the golden hour before sunset, before returning to your starting point.

Blue Mountains: Stargazing with a Telescope and Astronomer

5. Blue Mountains: Stargazing with a Telescope and Astronomer

Uncover the beauty of the night skies above the Blue Mountains on this stargazing adventure in Wentworth Falls. Sip on hot chocolate and stay warm in winter under blankets. Have your Blue Mountains National Park fees included in the tour.  Meet your guide at the Wentworth Falls picnic area and get an introduction of the history of the Blue Mountains through time. Listen to some stories about constellations. Try some naked-eye astronomy and get tips and tricks on how identify stars and constellations.  Enjoy an introduction to the celestial dance of planets and satellites. Gaze thorugh a professional-grade telescope at an array of objects depending on gazing conditions. Look at objects like the moon and its craters and seas, Saturn’s rings, and the moons of Jupiter. Scan the skies for objects like Mars, Venus, the Orion Nebula, star clusters, double and triple stars, shooting stars, and deep space objects like galaxies. Delve each object and have your astronomy questions answered.  Savor a cozy cup of hot chocolate with dairy-free, nut-free and soy-free Barista Oat milk. Use tools like a telescope and binoculars that are regularly sanitized between use.  Avoid the disappointment of poor weather with the option to reschedule or to taken alternative 90-min indoor Planetarium Astronomy tour in Leura. It is an immersive astronomy tour led by an astrophysicist inside a dome with a powerful projector.

From Sydney: Blue Moutains and Featherdale Day Tour

6. From Sydney: Blue Moutains and Featherdale Day Tour

Delve into the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Drive from Sydney to Featherdale Wildlife Park to see native wildlife. Marvel at Wentworth Falls, Echo Point, and the Three Sisters. Have fun at Scenic World and ride the world's steepest railway. Return to Sydney at the end. Meet at Sydney Central Station and then go on a drive to Featherdale Wildlife Park, a sanctuary in the outskirts of Sydney. See koalas, kangaroos, and other Australian wildlife here. Have a break and buy a coffee in the cafe. After this, continue to Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains. Witness the breathtaking scenery of the waterfalls and make a quick stop at Lincoln's Rock to take amazing photos of the famous backdrop. Next, follow your guide to Echo Point and marvel at the view of the iconic Three Sisters. Then, buy lunch at one of the local cafes in the area. Head to Scenic World for some fun activities. Ride on the Scenic Railway, which is the world's steepest railway. Cross over on the Scenic Cableway, the Southern Hemisphere's Steepest Aerial Cablecar. Enjoy the Scenic Skyway, and choose a 20-minute walk through Katoomba Falls. Alternatively, stay on the Scenic Cableway and cross to the other side. Finally, make your way back to Sydney Central Station to finish your tour.

Blue Mountains tour with a river cruise for small groups

7. Blue Mountains tour with a river cruise for small groups

Pick up - From scheduled pick-up points, the Blue Mountains tour bus departs from the City Centre by approx. 8 am Sydney Zoo - Sydney’s newest zoo is located on our way to the Blue Mountains. This is a great opportunity to meet Australian wildlife such as Kangaroo, Koala, Dingo, Wombat, Tasmanian Devil, Echidna and more. Tourists can also meet African and Asian animals! (Cheetah, lion, Red Panda, Elephant, Sumatran Tiger and more). Kings Tableland (or Evans Lookout) - The best places to view the wilderness of the Blue Mountains (away from the large buses). Wentworth Falls or Katoomba Falls - A guided bushwalk to one of the most spectacular lookout points in the Blue Mountains- Leura - Spend free time to explore this picturesque village known as the “Garden Village”. Great shops, excellent choices for lunch to cater to everyone’s taste & budget. Leura is very popular with Sydney locals. Katoomba - The centre of the Blue Mountains and the gateway to its two most popular tourist attractions: The Three Sisters rock formation and Scenic World. Three Sisters rock formation - Here you will hear the Aboriginal legends about this famous rock formation. Scenic World - Enjoy all the features that one of Australia’s most visited tourist attractions offers: Skyway – Australia’s highest cable car. Cableway – Australia’s biggest cable car. Railway – The steepest incline passenger carrying railway in the world. Walkway – the longest elevated boardwalk in Australia, with 2.4 km inside a temperate rainforest. Aboriginal History and Culture - Learn about aboriginal rock engravings and the First Nations people, thought to have arrived in the Blue Mountains many years ago. Olympic Park - The Blue Mountains tour bus will drive through Homebush Bay, home of the 2000 Olympic Games. Trip up Sydney Harbour - Escape nasty afternoon traffic and unwind on an afternoon ferry cruise along Parramatta River (which becomes Sydney Harbour) back to the City Centre where your tour ends (6pm to 6.30pm).

Sydney: Blue Mountains Scenic World, Wildlife Park and Lunch

8. Sydney: Blue Mountains Scenic World, Wildlife Park and Lunch

When you only have one day to discover the majestic World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, our Blue Mountains All Inclusive Signature Experience provides you an easy choice. It includes the key experiences of wildlife and Scenic World to ensure a wonderful and rewarding day out, plus is 100% carbon neutral, meeting national sustainability accreditation standards. From feeding kangaroos to breathtaking views, from delicious delights to rides of soaring heights, we invite you to a wonderful day of exploration! Your adventure begins with an early arrival at Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to the world's most extensive collection of Australian animals. Touch, feed and learn about many of Australia’s unique wildlife including an amazing array of birdlife, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, dingos, echidnas, quokkas, emus, Tasmanian Devils, and koalas (option of close-up photo). Once in the mountains, our first lookout provides breathtaking, panoramic vistas over the extensive wilderness of the Jamison Valley. You’ll cherish the amazing photos you will take and enjoy informed commentary from our professional guide. Your next stop is at the acclaimed Scenic World, with the inclusion of a “Lunch & Rides” package. Select your lunch from a wide range of options catering to all tastes and dietary requirements, including gluten-free, Halal and vegan options. Enjoy views of the Blue Mountains National Park while you dine. There's no better way to enjoy the dramatic landscape of the World-Heritage listed UNESCO Blue Mountains, than with an Unlimited Discovery Pass, providing you self-access to the world’s steepest railway, the iconic skyway and the southern hemisphere’s steepest aerial cable car. Explore the valley floor at your own pace along kms of elevated rainforest boardwalks and look out for lyrebirds and ancient tree ferns. Your guide then meets you again to drive you to Echo Point, location of the famous Three Sisters. Learn more about this unique rock formation and the local Aboriginal people’s stories, going back thousands of years! You then return to the city with some wonderful memories, feeling rejuvenated and happy after your day adventure. It’s nice to have simple choices in life!

Blue Mountains Private Charter

9. Blue Mountains Private Charter

Grade up your Blue Mountains trip with a private tour away from the crowds with a personal vehicle and driver-guide. You Choose your activities: You might get up close and personal with the koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park. You can take in the ancient landscape of the Jamison Valley from Lincoln’s Rock at Kings Tableland and visit the magnificent Three Sisters. Bushwalk at Wentworth Falls or visit Blackheath for a look at the Grose Valley. We’ll stop at lookouts along Cliff Drive. And have the option of checking out views of the valley from the glass-floored Skyway cable car or ride the world’s steepest railway at Scenic World. Leura, Katoomba, and Blackheath offer charming cafes, restaurants, and bakeries – we’ll stop and explore some of these villages. You can have bite to eat, take a stroll, or look for perfect gifts in the high street shops. Please enquire in about fine dining options. All our tours have a flexible pick-up time. We recommend between 8-10 am for a full day Blue Mountains Tour. However, we offer full flexibility on private tours – it’s your day, you can choose your pickup time.

Blue Mountains: Inside a World Heritage National Park

10. Blue Mountains: Inside a World Heritage National Park

Enjoy this Blue Mountains small group tour from Sydney with a maximum of 10 guests as you discover magnificent valleys, rivers and gorges of the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park. Experience the true beauty of the Blue Mountains off the beaten track, as you immerse yourself in the spectacular wilderness in an area that you can’t appreciate without getting your shoes dirty. Starting no later than 7:30 am to avoid the traffic, you’ll head straight off towards Australia’s own Grand Canyon for an eventful day packed with close encounters, vistas and walks. The drive to the foothills of the Blue Mountains only takes about 1.15 hours, as – unlike most operators – we take all toll roads to avoid the morning traffic. On the way, we happily include a 1 hour visit to the popular Featherdale Wildlife Park. This petting zoo offers the chance to see most of Australia’s iconic animals up close: Wombats, kangaroos, emus, goannas, wallabies, koalas and even a crocodile. There are also many birds, snakes and lizards to see. The real adventure starts as soon as we take the scenic Blue Mountains Drive that takes us to Wentworth Falls. From there we’ll go on a 1.5 hour circuit walk in the majestic Jamison Valley. Further stops along the valley allow us to take in the breathtaking views of the Three Sisters, Orphan Rock, Mt Solitary, Narrow Neck and the Megalong Valley. Afterward a lunch break at the mountain town, we head into the rugged, much less visited Grose Valley An easy stroll through the waratah's, golden wattles and scribbly gums of the open woodland takes us to breathtaking views over the valley locals call Australia's Grand Canyon. Keen hikers may choose to tackle the spectacular Cliff-top walk from Govett's Leap to Evans Lookout. The flowering grass trees, mountain devils, eucalyptus trees and acacias attract a variety of honeyeaters, rosellas and other Australian birds, which we can observe amazingly well. Afterwards, we drive back to town with a drop off at your hotel at approximately 5.15 PM.

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(148 reviews)

The day started early, around 7:30 am we were picked up by the guide. Very friendly boy. The day was well organized with lunch and a number of stops for the toilet, some food and drinks. On the way on the bus I took a quiz about Australia, Tom made it a fun day.

Great value for money! Tommy is a great host. Had fun in the bus with everyone and all the stops are incredibly beautiful. Plenty of stops for food and water. Stairs aren’t too difficult. Highly recommend!

It was a great trip, I can only recommend it. The guide always showed us the best photo spots and we also had to climb a bit. It was all very relaxing

Would highly recommend this tour, there was plenty of time at each stop and the guide was very friendly and informative!

Great time!! Highly recommend, my tour guide, Kiran was great! You see amazing views and it’s worth event penny.