Explore Sydney, Australia on our Blue Mountains Tour with Captain Cook Homebush Cruise.
• Sydney Harbour Bridge
• Featherdale Wildlife Park
• See koalas in trees and close-up
• Opportunity to Cuddle a Koala
• Have your photo taken with a cuddly koala
• Echo Point
• Cliff Drive
• Homebush Bay
Explore the Blue Mountains which are listed as World Heritage. Crisp, crisp, new mountain top air with distant blue haze horizons overlooking deep ravines that carpet the valley floor with rainforest. Waterfalls, sleepy hamlets and the Australian bush’s beautiful, moist smell make this a very special place for any tourist.
Includes all features of a Blue Mountains Tour with a guide who speaks Spanish or Italian.
• Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
• Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park – hand feed kangaroos, experience an emu encounter, walk through rainforest aviaries, giant crocodiles and more.
• Walk through koala enclosures and see koalas in trees and close-up.
• Opportunity to Cuddle a Koala.
• Have your photo taken with a cuddly koala (free of charge if you use your own camera).
• Visit Katoomba – resort capital of the Blue Mountains.
• Visit Echo Point to see the Three Sisters rock formation towering over Jamison Valley.
• Opportunity to ride the world’s steepest Scenic Railway, Scenic Cableway or Scenic Skyway (own expense).
• Walk on the valley floor boardwalk under a canopy of tall tree ferns.
• Lunches are available at Scenic World at own expense.
• Follow the scenic Cliff Drive with magnificent views over Megalong Valley from Narrowneck.
• Visit the quaint mountain village of Leura.
• Enjoy a local specialty as guests of Maurice Cooper (Mr. Teapot) at Bygone Beautys… a traditional English Tea or a Devonshire Tea of scones, jam and cream. (own expense).
• Walk the picturesque mountain village of Leura.
• Pass Homebush Bay – the 2000 Olympic Games site. See the Stadiums and facilities of the millennium Olympics.
• Return to Sydney over the Anzac Bridge.
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