Journey with on a fantastic Blue Mountains Day Tour From Sydney that will lead you to one of the most scenic places in Australia.
- Sydney 2000 Olympic Site Tour
- Featherdale Wildlife Park
- See Wentworth Falls area
- Leura and Katoomba Townships
- Cross Leura Cascades and follow the Cliff Drive for Kings Tableland views
- Visit Cahill’s Lookout (only for our small coaches !) – see the famous “Boars Head Rock”.
- Megalong & Jamison Valleys
- Echo Point – see the world-famous ‘Three Sisters’ and view Australia’s “GRAND CANYON”.
Our Blue Mountains Day Tour is one of the most action-packed excursions you can imagine. We’ll give you the full Blue Mountains experience and other sights around the west of the Sydney area.
The Blue Mountains day tour starts at 8 in the morning when one of our luxury coaches will pick you up from your hotel.
On our way to the mountains, we visit the Sydney Olympic site as well as a stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you can get up close and personal with all our native animals, hug and cuddle Koalas, feed and greet kangaroos and emu’s, as well as Wombats, Tassie Devils, Dingos and much more.
Just in time, we’ll get up to the mountains to enjoy a delicious lunch, then continue sightseeing through the mountains. You will see famous landmarks like Boar’s Head, Orphan Rock, and the Rainforest Boardwalk on our journey.
At Scenicworld we’ll also stop to ride the Scenic Railway, Skyway, and SceniSender (own expense). This is the steepest tilt railway of the world, and it leads down to the elevated timber boardwalk that meanders through the picturesque rainforest. Walk past the coal mines, smell the Eucalyptus trees and ride the Flyway cable car back up the mountain.
From here we’ll learn about Aboriginal culture-including the Boomerang and Didgeridoo-and the famous “Mountain Devil” that changes from a red flower into the Devil! Next, we will visit the beautiful village of LEURA with its manicured gardens-ALSO visit the popular icon-the shop of OLDE CANDY.
We’re going back to the city via a river cruise down the Parramatta River to Sydney Harbor. You’re not going to leave empty-handed as you get to take away a free souvenir from us as a token of your exceptional day!
The best way to make sure you see all that the Blue Mountains and Sydney have to show is to visit them on our Blue Mountains tour! Register today for an award-winning, first-class sightseeing tour on our Blue Mountains day trip!
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Last Updated on February 16, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com