4-Day Sydney and the Blue Mountains Tour From Sydney - 4 Days

4-Day Sydney & the Blue Mountains Tour From Sydney

Have fun with our 4-Day Sydney & the Blue Mountains Tour to see Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, Blue Mountains, and Three Sisters.

4-Day Sydney & the Blue Mountains Tour From Sydney

Highlights

  • Discover the sights of Sydney and its surrounding areas.
  • Tick the must-see city sights off your list as you view the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach plus more from Sydney!
  • Explore the World Heritage site the Blue Mountains and see the Three Sisters.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Sydney

You’ll be moved to your hotel upon arrival at Sydney Airport (schedule: anytime). The rest of the day is for your spare time.

Day 2: Sydney Sights & Harbour Cruise Lunch

For stunning views of the city skyline, across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and pause at Milsons Point. For a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, stop off at North Head Lookout. At Manly Beach, enjoy your free time and walk along The Corso before heading back to the city. For a 2-course lunch a la carte, board your Captain Cook Lunch Cruise.

This afternoon, you’ll drive to Mrs. Macquarie‘s Chair via the City and the Territory. For close-up views of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, get your camera ready. Before you arrive at Bondi Beach, pause at the headland known as The Gap, where you can walk along the shoreline before re-boarding your coach to return to town.

Day 3: the Blue Mountains & Sydney Zoo

Explore the Blue Mountains National Park, a World Heritage site. Before arriving at Scenic World, where you can experience the vastness of the Blue Mountains, view the iconic Three Sisters rock formation from a perfect vantage point. You can ride the Scenic Railway, Cableway, or Skyway, a perfect way to see the steep canyons and valleys, and follow the boardwalk (own cost) along the valley floor.

Blue Mountains Group-Tour Hike/Zoo from Sydney

Rest in picturesque Leura where you’ll enjoy lunch in a nearby café (own expense). Next, immerse yourself in the Sydney Zoo Aussie Bush Safari. See dingoes, koalas, wombats, devils from Tasmania, and echidnas in the Australian Precinct in a cage-free setting.

For you to communicate openly with kangaroos, wallabies and emus wander along the level paths leading to the Bungarribee Dreaming Experience offered by Aboriginal guides. With its underwater shark viewing, visit the underground nocturnal and reptile house and make sure not to miss the native aquarium.

You will have the opportunity to take a river cruise back to the city along the Parramatta River (own expense) through the suburb of Homebush, the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, back to Sydney. The coach will fly back to the town if you do not want to enter the ferry.

Day 4: Depart Sydney

After breakfast, your short break ends this morning. You will be moved for your onward flight to Sydney Airport (schedule: anytime).

Top attractions in Sydney

Here are some top attractions in Sydney you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Sydney worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach

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Sydney and Australia travel guides

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Zara Tower – Luxury Suites and Apartments

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Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

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Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Sydney

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Sydney is served by Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport. Direct flights to Sydney are offered by 37 airlines.

Sydney and Australia attractions and landmarks

Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Sydney and Australia.

Adelaide Botanical Gardens Adelaide Central Market Adelaide Hills Adelaide Oval Adelaide Zoo Airlie Beach Albert Park Lake Apollo Bay Australian Reptile Park Australian War Memorial Baird Bay Baird’s Bay Balladonia Track Ballarat Barossa Valley Berrima Blue Mountains Bondi Beach Busselton Byron Bay Cape Le Grand National Park Cape Otway Cape Tribulation Caversham Wildlife Park Clare Valley Coffin Bay Cottesloe Beach Daintree National Park Dandenong Ranges Darling Harbour Elizabeth Quay Esperance Eureka Tower Eyre Peninsula Featherdale Wildlife Park Federation Square Flinders Chase National Park Fremantle Fremantle Markets Grampians National Park Great Barrier Reef Great Ocean Road Great Otway National Park Hahndorf Healesville Sanctuary Hillarys Boat Harbour Hunter Valley Jamison Valley Jenolan Caves Kangaroo Island Katoomba Kings Park and Botanic Garden Koala Conservation Centre Ku-ring-gai Chase Loch Ard Gorge Manly Beach Margaret River McLaren Vale Melba’s Chocolate Factory Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne Docklands Melbourne Star Observation Wheel Melbourne Zoo Mikkira Station Milsons Point Mornington Peninsula Mossman Gorge Murphy’s Haystacks Murray River Nambung National Park National Science and Technology Centre Ngilgi Cave Nobbies Centre Nobbies Rock Formations Nullarbor Old Swan Brewery Parliament House Penguin Island Perlubie Beach Perth Mint Philip Island Phillip Island Phillip Island Chocolate Factory Pinnacles Port Campbell Port Lincoln Port Macquarie Port Stephens Puffing Billy Railway Queen Victoria Market Red Hill Mine Royal Perth Yacht Club Scenic Railway Scenic World Blue Mountains Skyline Queenstown Sovereign Hill St George Terraces St Kilda Beach St Patrick’s Cathedral Stirling Ranges Stockton Beach Streaky Bay Swan Valley Sydney Harbour Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney Opera House Sydney Tower Talia Caves Taronga Zoo The Bell Tower The Great Australian Bight The Rocks Three Sisters Twelve Apostles Valley of the Giants Venus Bay Victor Harbor Victoria Square Whitsunday Islands Woodside Cheese Wrights Worimi Conservation Yanchep National Park Yarra River Yarra Valley

Last Updated on April 9, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com

Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive Sydney

You’ll be moved to your hotel upon arrival at Sydney Airport (schedule: anytime). The rest of the day is for your spare time.

Day 2
Sydney Sights & Harbour Cruise Lunch

For stunning views of the city skyline, cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and pause at Milsons Point. For a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, stop off at North Head Lookout. At Manly Beach, enjoy your free time and walk along The Corso before heading back to the city. For a 2-course lunch a la carte, board your Captain Cook Lunch Cruise.

This afternoon, you’ll drive to Mrs. Macquarie ‘s Chair via the City and the Territory. For close-up views of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, get your camera ready. Before you arrive at Bondi Beach, pause at the headland known as The Gap, where you can walk along the shoreline before re-boarding your coach to return to town.

Day 3
Blue Mountains & Sydney Zoo

Explore the Blue Mountains National Park, a World Heritage site. Before arriving at Scenic World, where you can experience the vastness of the Blue Mountains, view the iconic Three Sisters rock formation from a perfect vantage point. You can ride the Scenic Railway, Cableway or Skyway, a perfect way to see the steep canyons and valleys and follow the boardwalk (own cost) along the valley floor.

Rest in picturesque Leura where you’ll enjoy lunch in a nearby café (own expense). Next, immerse yourself in the Sydney Zoo Aussie Bush Safari. See dingoes, koalas, wombats, devils from Tasmania and echidnas in the Australian Precinct in a cage-free setting. For you to communicate openly with kangaroos, wallabies and emus wander along the level paths leading to the Bungarribee Dreaming Experience offered by Aboriginal guides. With its underwater shark viewing, visit the underground nocturnal and reptile house and make sure not to miss the native aquarium.

You will have the opportunity to take a river cruise back to the city along the Parramatta River (own expense) through the suburb of Homebush, the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, back to Sydney. The coach will fly back to the town if you do not want to enter the ferry.

Day 4
Depart Sydney

After breakfast, your short break ends this morning. You will be moved for your onward flight to Sydney Airport (schedule: anytime).