Avoid the crowds! See the highlights of the Blue Mountains from Sydney, with its stunning views and waterfalls. Nature-lovers, this excursion is just for you! Get out from the city for a day and take in the natural splendor that lies beyond Sydney’s borders.
You can avoid traffic delays by taking a tour intended to avoid peak-hour traffic bottlenecks. With this package, you won’t have to deal with the hassle of a map. Visit Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters rock structure. Highlights include a spectacular sunset over the Blue Mountains, which is a photographer’s dream.
- Capture the stunning sunset at the Blue Mountains.
- Enjoy guided bushwalks through scenic trails.
- Choose between Wentworth Falls lookout or Paradise Pools.
- See the iconic Three Sisters rock formations.
- Experience Wildlife Spotting, look out for wild Kangaroos and other Aussie wildlife.
- Marvel at the breathtaking view from the platforms of the Jamison Valley.
After a lazy start in Sydney, we embark on a truly unique day in one of the most beautiful National Parks, The Blue Mountains.
The mountains cover thousands of hectares of temperate forests, sandy cliffs, and towering eucalyptus trees that form the iconic blue vapor shade of the golden Australian sun.
Arriving in the Blue Mountains, we launch a beautiful scenic bushwalk with a view of the spectacular Jamison Valley and cross a stunning panoramic view over one of Australia’s most magnificent waterfalls.
Read about the natural flora and fauna of the Blue Mountains as well. Learn about the time the area was built and what makes it so unique. After working out an appetite, we take some spare time to grab a coffee and dinner or snacks in a quaint rural area.
We arrive late in the afternoon at the famous 3 sisters and take you to some great points of view for the perfect sunset pictures.
Enjoy a lie-in as we depart from Sydney late morning, missing the peak hour traffic so we can get to the Blue Mountains faster. Offering 4 major pickups locations within the inner Sydney CBD.
Brief convenience break in Glenbrook so passengers can grab a coffee shop (not included) before we head into the picturesque wilderness of the Blue Mountains.
Stretch your legs whilst we search for kangaroos in the wild, a perfect location to break for lunch. (at guest’s own expense)
The Wentworth Falls track provides some of the most scenic and impressive views across the Blue Mountains. Enjoy a guided bush walk down to the valley floor as you learn about the local flora, fauna, and indigenous landowners.
Explore Katoomba Cascades & Echo Point, before we head off to our secret location for those breathtaking sunset landscapes.
Say farewell to a day full of wilderness, wildlife, and wonderland as we head back to Sydney after watching the sunset over the Blue Mountains.
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Last Updated on March 12, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com