Our Blue Mountains Private Tour allows you to spend – your day – your way – with our experienced guides and spacious tour vehicle. We suggest the best ways to relax and enjoy the views, the walks, the towns, and the rainforests nestled within this pristine World Heritage Area.
Find out more about our Blue Mountains Private or Small Group Tour here.
The Blue Mountains Private Tour – Tailored for You
We recommend you spend a full day in the Blue Mountains to allow time to relax, a flexible itinerary and range of activities to fill your day.
You might choose to get up close and personal with the koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park.
We’ll stop at lookouts along Cliff Drive. And have the option of checking out views of the valley from the glass-floored Skyway cable car or ride the world’s steepest railway at Scenic World.
Leura, Katoomba, and Blackheath offer charming cafes, restaurants, and bakeries – we’ll stop and explore some of these villages. You can have bite to eat, take a stroll, or look for perfect gifts in the high street shops. Please enquire in about fine dining options.
Select some of our popular destinations and activities. We’ll encourage you to choose two or three of these on the full Day Blue Mountains Private tour.
On tour its Your-Day-Your-Way so you can choose some of these destinations or ask your guide about more.
Wentworth Falls offers a range of bushwalks with panoramic views of the Jamison Valley. We can follow trails which wind though tea-tree forests, fern gullies, cave overhangs and past a variety of lookouts. Together we’ll select the appropriate grade of walk for your group.
Scenic World, an optional extra, offers breathtaking views of rainforest canopy from a glass-floored Skyway cable car and a ride on the world’s steepest railway to (and from) the valley floor. (Entry fees additional charge)
Get up close and personal with koalas, kangaroos, dingos, cassowaries and other native Australian birds and animals. (Entry fees additional charge)
Head further into the Blue Mountains to take in spectacular views of the Grose Valley from Pulpit Rock, Anvil Rock, or Govetts Leap.
Blue Mountains Private Tour booking information
Pick-up and drop off from all Sydney hotels, private addresses and Sydney Airport
All charter tours have a flexible pick-up time. We recommend between 8-10 am for a full day Blue Mountains Tour. However, we offer full flexibility on private tours – it’s your day, you can choose your pickup time.
- Tour Guide
- All transportation in destination location
- Private Vehicle
- Flexible Itinerary
- National Park Entrance Fees
- We have a supply of some warm jackets, raincoats and umbrellas – if required
- Lunch or other private expenses
- Entry Fees at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Scenic World, or any other fee charged for optional extras.
Suggested Items to Take
- Suitable Clothing. The Blue Mountains is cooler than Sydney
- Sunscreen and hat
- Umbrella and/or rain jacket if rain is forecast for Katoomba. We usually have a few spares in the van, or you can borrow an umbrella from your hotel.
- Suitable Walking Shoes for hikers
|Group Size||Full Day|
|1-5 Guests||AUD $1200|
|6-10 Guests||AUD $1400|
|10-15 Guests||AUD $1600|
Any booking cancelled within 7-days of tour date will be charged 20% of the total tour fee; any cancellation less than 48-hours before scheduled pick up will be charged in full. We will work with you to reschedule your tour rather than cancel, if possible.
Bookings made on behalf of our guests such as wine tasting or lunch may not be refundable and will depend on policies of the individual venues. Cancelations due to Covid-19 reasons apply to the same conditions above.
We offer Public Liability Insurance for our guests for sightseeing, bushwalking and transport. For tour activities not operated by us such as Scenic World or Featherdale Wildlife Park or by other operators we cannot and do not take responsibility for any injury or loss arising in any manner.
Child seats and booster seats are available if requested in advance.
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Blue Mountains Private Tour – Example Itinerary
This an example of an itinerary, however, all itineraries are flexible to suit you and may be adjusted on the day.
Suggested Pick up time: 8 am to 10 am. 8-10 hours.
Start -Featherdale Wildlife Park
Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to one of Australia’s most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. This is the place to have a personal encounter with a koala, feed kangaroos, see wombats, parrots and finches, a huge crocodile and fairy penguins. Entry is discounted for our guests. $25 per adult and $15 for children.
Before Lunch -Wentworth Falls
Wentworth Falls offers a range of bushwalks and panoramic views of the Jamison Valley. We can follow trails which wind though tea-tree forests, fern gullies, cave overhangs and past a variety of lookouts. Together we’ll select the appropriate grade of walk for your group. Our guided walks can range from 15 minutes to 2 hours and include the Wentworth Falls Track, Darwin’s Walk or the Undercliff Walk.
Lunch and Free time -Leura, Katoomba or Blackheath
Each of the villages of the upper mountains – Leura, Katoomba, and Blackheath – have their own character. All three offer excellent lunch options and charming streetscapes. There are cafes, bistros, and pub meals. Or meat pies and take-away sandwiches if the day calls for a picnic with a mountain view. If fine dining is of interest to you and your group – we’re happy to make recommendations and bookings ahead of time
Afternoon Sightseeing, The Grose Valley, Blackheath or Katoomba,
After lunch there’s time for more sightseeing. If we’re in Blackheath a visit to one or more of the lookouts over the Grose Valley are in order: Pulpit Rock, Anvil Rock, or Govetts Leap. In Katoomba we can follow the Cliff Drive, pulling in for views over the Jamison Valley. If you want to visit Scenic World, this is time. Our final stop is always Echo Point in Katoomba and the postcard view of Three Sisters in the afternoon light.
Sydney Return -Via Glenbrook National Park, the Olympic Park ferry or direct.
If you’d like something different for your return to the city – we can drive through Sydney Olympic Park to the wharf from where you can catch a ferry to the City. This commuter ferry cruises down the Parramatta River through suburban Sydney. It takes about an hour to reach either Barangaroo or Circular Quay.