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Frontier Photographic Safaris

Blue Mountain
Small-Group Day Trip
Summer Special - October '16 to March '17

Refreshing morning walks and panoramic vistas. Fantastic dining experience at Leura Village. Travel in small groups for personal service, comfort and smooth schedule

  • The Stunning Wentworth Falls – Inc. Princes Rock guided bushwalks, and morning tea
  • The Gross Valley Govett’s Leap and Bridal Veil Falls
  • The Three Sisters
  • Lunch at Historic Leura Shopping Village
  • Visit to Scenic World - Optional
  • Olympic Park and Return Ferry Ride - Optional

Recommended as the top quality day tour which includes fine dining and nature based activities. Some walks on uneven ground although alternatives can be arranged to suit individual. Trips run daily from 8am to 4:30pm. Suitable footwear required. Small Groups of 2-10 in comfortable vehicles. Hotel Pickup and drop-off from Sydney CBD.

Blue Mountain

Charter by 4WD

by 4WD/SUV
Enjoy your own tour plan.

An experienced guide will build an itinerary to suit you. Full Day Exclusive Charter.

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park or Glenbrook National Park
  • Leura Village and Sublime Point
  • The Three Sisters and Echo Point
  • Your Choice of Fine Dinning Classy Cafe's or Outdoor BBQ
  • Bushwalks at Leura Cascades or The Giant Staircase
  • Blackheath, Pulpit Rock or Govett's Leap
  • Mount Tomah or Mount Wilson
  • Trips in Sydney the Hunter Valley and boutique wineries
  • Overnight plans for extended stays

Recomended as a luxury tour charter or a family plan. Open Sydney Adventure Tours Brochure for more ideas and suggestions

Frontier Photographic Safaris

Frontier Photographic Safaris are based in Sydney and have been specializing in 4WD Blue Mountain tours daily for 18 years.

Frontier Photographic Safaris is a family owned business established in 1990. Our business is based on respect of the environment and the country we depend on, respect of the people and communities we work with and respect of the customers we serve.

We are dedicated to offering and providing an authentic eco tourism product. We are committed to providing a quality visitor experience. We demonstrate leadership, professionalism, creativity and excellence in all we do.

Our philosophy is to combine professionalism with a personal touch, to provide unique ways to experience the magic of the Australian landscape and to promote the need to protect this precious environment.

Our advantage is by having small groups to experience remote parts of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area which other tours do not visit. Other main advantages are personal service an unique day tour.

gross valley

Gross Valley

The Gross Valley near Blackheath, views from Govett's Leap, Pulpit Rock, Anvil Rock and Perrys Lookdown.

Flora video of the Blue Mountains

Flora Video

A close up look at some of the typical Blue Mountain flora from the heathland to the depth of the canyon.


Waratah Flower

The waratah is a member of the plant family Proteaceae which has bright red flowers and is the New South Wales state emblem.



These Superb Lyrebirds are often seen at the foot of the Three Sisters or at the base of the Scenic Railway

flannel flower

Flannel Flower

known as the flannel flower, is a common species of flowering plant native to the bushland around Sydney.

Black Cockatoo

Black Cockatoo

The yellow-tailed black cockatoo are often seen in groups flying over the Jamieson valley.

Eastern Grey Kangaroo

These Kangaroos are oftern seen at Glenbrook National Park at the base of the Blue Mountains.

Wentworth Falls

Wentworth Falls

View from Princes Rock. Wentworth Falls is a three-tiered waterfall fed by the Jamison Creek, near the town of Wentworth Falls.

Eucalyptus leaf

Eucalyptus Leaf

Eucalyptus is a diverse genus of flowering trees and shrubs. Known as the cause of the Blue Haze of the Blue Mountains.

Waratah seed Pods

Waratah Seed Pods

The Pods split open during early winter, as they mature, they range from green, to yellow and finally turn russet red-brown.

The Three Sisters

Towering above the Jamison Valley. Their names are Meehni (922 m), Wimlah (918 m), and Gunnedoo (906 m).

Mt Solitary

Mt Solitary

Viewed from Wentworth Falls the Jamieson Valley, is seen from Wentworth falls, Leura and Katoomba

Mountain Dragon

These lizards are found in the sunny heathland and rocks for sunning themselves in the heat of the day.


These Australian wildflowers and popular garden plants are easily recognised by their characteristic flower and spikes.

Contact Us

  • Frontier Photographic Safaris
    Figers Holdings Pty Ltd
    ABN 75-105-246-615.
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