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Enjoy a day in the Blue Mountains away from the crowds with experienced guides who’ll suggest the best way to relax and enjoy the views, the walks, the towns, and the rainforests nestled within this pristine World Heritage site.
Away from the crowds, take in the ancient landscape of the Jamison Valley from Kings Tableland – a spot rich in Aboriginal history. We’ll also visit the magnificent Three Sisters and follow Cliff Drive for more fantastic views
We’ll fill your day with your choice of activities. You can spot wild kangaroos at Glenbrook National Park or get up close and personal with the koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park on the way. Bushwalk at Wentworth Falls or visit Blackheath for a look at the Grose Valley. Check out Scenic World for views from the glass-floored Skyway cable car and ride on the world’s steepest railway
Leura, Katoomba, and Blackheath offer charming cafes, restaurants, and bakeries – we’ll stop and explore some of these villages. We can have bite to eat, take a stroll, and look for perfect gifts in the high street shops. Please enquire in advance about fine dining options.
Here is popular destinations and activities. We usually select two or three of these.
Bushwalking at Famous Wentworth Falls
Wentworth falls offers an a range of exiting bushwalks with panorama views of the Jamison Valley as you wind though tea-tree forests, fern gullies, cave overhangs and lookouts on your way. We’ll select the appropriate grade of walk with you.
Scenic World offers breathtaking views of rainforest canopy from the glass-floored Skyway cable car and a ride on the world’s steepest railway to (and from) the valley floor.
Our Charter tours 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
English and Spanish tours are available.
Child seats and booster seats are available in vehicle.
Meals and admission fees are at guests own expense unless stated otherwise.
For tour activities not operated by Sydney Adventure Tours we cannot and do not take responsibility for any injury or loss arising in any manner.
* Peak rates of an additional 20% apply within the 16th of December to the 15th of January
* Please be advised that cancellation fees apply. Should you cancel within 7 days 50% cancellation fees apply. Should you cancel within 2 days we will charge 100%. We may be able to waiver cancelation fees or re-schedule the tour without charge at our discretion.
Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to one of Australia’s most comprehensive collections of native wildlife in Australia. This is the place in Sydney for Australian Wildlife. Have a personal encounter with a Koala, feed Kangaroos, see Wombats, Australian Birdlife, a huge crocodile and Fairy Penguins. Entry to the zoo is discounted when you travel with us. $25 per adult and $15 for children.
Visit Wentworth Falls lookout, just take in the scenery or take a walk to the falls. Our guided walks range from 15 minutes to 2 hours. The falls are accessible via Wentworth Falls track, Darwin’s Walk or the Overcliff/Undercliff Walk. Walk along to reach the top of Wentworth Falls waterfall in Blue Mountains National Park. Also the Conservation Hut, The Valley of the Waters and the Den Fella Track can extend this experience into a longer walk and lunch experience.
A perfect place to lunch after the wildlife park and views of the Jamison Valley. Leura offers shopping with boutique specialty stores, and some great café restaurants, you can treat yourself to a superb dining experience at Silks Brasserie. Blackheath, a smaller town and a little further west is quieter and less commercial, we suggest a pub lunch like a harty roast beef, or the Altitude cafe’s amazing takeaway sandwiches. Nearby lookouts like Govett’s leap, Anvil or Pulpit Rock are great spots to visit with the takeaways or after a sit-down village lunch.
The afternoon after lunch is time to relax. The Grose Valley’s Govett’s leap or Pulpit Rock. The cliff drive to Katoomba offers stops, lookouts and walks. These areas benefit from the afternoon sun which shines into the valley from the west. The final stop always being Echo point the Three Sisters which glimmer as the afternoon sun shines onto them.
The return to Sydney may be via Glenbrook National Park where there may be Kangaroos or other Australian wildlife or perhaps Featherdale Wildlife park in the afternoon. Sometimes instead of battling the late afternoon to evening traffic approaching Sydney a drive through the Olympic Park and then onto the Sydney bound ferry, a way to avoid the traffic and cruise on your own to circular quay near The Rocks and the Opera House.
This tour is best suited for guest who enjoy a longer but scenic, it is more time in the vehicle and a quieter road. The trip to the Blue Mountains along the main road is more about getting out of the car and exploring. This is a road trip with some stops along the way. Travel through the old Macquarie Township of Windsor which is a good stop for morning tea. Drive through the rural area near Freemans Reach and onwards west along the Bells Line of Road. See Bilpin a small apple growing district. Perhaps stop at Mt. Tomah the Botanical Gardens focused on the conservation of cool climate plants. This pass connects with the great Western Highway via the Darling Causeway at Mt Victoria where we start our journey back to Sydney. Visit Blackheath and Katoomba, see Govett’s Leap, Echo Point (the Three Sisters) and Leura in the afternoon.
There is time in the morning to enjoy one of these activities.
– Kings tableland and free time at Leura
– A 45 minute bushwalk at Wentworth Falls
– Scenic World
– Featherdale Wildlife Park
– a late departure at 9:00am .
Your guide will discuss with your preferences on the day as you head towards the Blue Mountains
From Katoomba the upper Blue Mountains expect up to 1.5 hours to the Jenolan caves. We continue west across the Blue Mountains. We pass rural land and spectacular scenery especially looking back at the cliffs and ridges we passed.
Stop at Black heath to buy takeaway sandwiches at the Altitude café. If time see the Gross Valley at Govett’s Leap. We arrive at Jenolan Caves in time for lunch before a 13:30 tour.
The Jenolan caves tours are conducted by specialist Jenolan tour guides (English). Departure time is 3:15 towards Katoomba
The best time to see the three sisters is at dusk. Time for some refreshments. Look over the Jamison valley and enjoy this time of the day before heading back to Sydney.
Our British family of 4 had an amazing day with our tour guide Craig who was super friendly and easy to get along with, very chilled and flexible day to admire the amazing valleys and ridges of the blue mountains. Stopping at all viewing points for sublime views on a perfect day! Views of waterfalls, canyons and the three sisters was amazing! An additional tour of the Jenolan caves is highly recommended for a great experience! I would definitely recommend and a must do trip to take if you are in Sydney for a few days, you can’t miss out! A great trip not just for families but anyone out to see some amazing unique views in Oz! Great tour! Thanks Craig!