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  • Blue Mountains: Small Group, All-Inclusive Tour

    1. Blue Mountains: Small Group, All-Inclusive Tour

    Head west from Sydney to the Blue Mountains on this small group full-day tour away from the large tour groups. Walk to a cliff lookout for panoramic views of the Jamison Valley, with its rust and pink sandstone cliffs and subtropical rainforest. Arrive to the Blue Mountains and escape the crowds. Visit Scenic World, and ride the Scenic Railway, Skyway and Cableway. Your tickets are already bought for you so there is no waiting in line and you can head straight to the rides! Your guide even comes on the rides with you. Enjoy a guided rainforest board walk and hear all the commentary about this natural ecosystem. Following this, take time to walk down the road to Echo Point and admire beautiful views of the Three Sister's lookout. Spend 20 minutes to wander around, take photos and take in the stunning scenery. Enjoy a chef prepared lunch at the a historic hotel - a wonderful and warm b...

    It was great but our email gave us incorrect pick up details! When we found our pick up point things looked up

  • Sydney: Blue Mountains, Jenolan Caves, and Kanangra Lookout

    2. Sydney: Blue Mountains, Jenolan Caves, and Kanangra Lookout

    Take a full-day tour to discover the stunning landscape of the Blue Mountains and visit some of the region’s natural highlights. Your day begins with pickup at your hotel in Sydney in a 4-wheel-drive vehicle. Head towards the UNESCO-listed Blue Mountains, and relax during the drive there. Visit the incredible Jenolan Caves, the oldest discovered open caves in the world. Learn about and explore this outstanding limestone cave system, dating back 360 million years. Discover what the caves might have been used for throughout the ages. Next, enjoy a walking tour of the Blue Mountains to see the most scenic spots, including the Grand Arch. Admire stunning waterfalls and glistening blue pools as you learn about native flora and fauna from your knowledgeable guide. Stop at the breathtaking Kanangra Lookout where you can appreciate the unforgettable views. As you walk through this unique land...

    We were unable to visit the Jenolan caves due to riad damage. Antoine still provided an amazing comprehensive and interesting tour.

  • Sydney: Blue Mountains Glow Worm Adventure by Night

    3. Sydney: Blue Mountains Glow Worm Adventure by Night

    Following collection from your Sydney accommodation, begin your truly extraordinary adventure into the Blue Mountains. This thrilling thrilling experience sees you guided on a bush walk through the forest during the evening - equipped with headlights. Your evening hike leads to a cave, which includes a waterfall. There you can encounter native glow worms, candescent like a starry night. As you travel to and from the cave, be on the lookout for other forms of local wildlife. Throughout your experience your guide is also happy to introduce you to some bush tucker, and can also talk with you about general survival skills. At the conclusion of your authentic and informative Blue Mountains experience, your guide returns you back to your tour starting point.

    The tour guide from wildscape adventures was exceptional, so knowledgeable and well mannered, I can’t speak highly enough of him, will definitely recommend friends and family to do the glow worm tour with him

  • Sydney: Blue Mountains Afternoon and Sunset Tour

    4. Sydney: Blue Mountains Afternoon and Sunset Tour

    After a lazy start to your morning in Sydney, embark upon a truly special day in one of the most spectacular world heritage listed national parks, the Blue Mountains. You will leave the hustle and bustle of the Sydney metropolis and avoid the peak hour traffic, driving west towards the national park. Once there, you will explore the Blue Mountains National Park, with the regular tourist buses long gone, you will be left alone to soak in the golden hours before sunset. On your Blue Mountains tour, you will learn all about the native flora and fauna as well as the indigenous people of the Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains has a very special indigenous dream-time creation story linked to the national park. Upon arriving in the Blue Mountains, you will commence an awe-inspiring scenic bush walk overlooking the breathtaking Jamison Valley. You will make your way to a sensational lookout acr...

    Overall the experience was good. We had problems with the bus . It broke down but the tour guide handled it great. We did see all of the sights.

  • From Sydney: Blue Mountains Deluxe Minivan Group Tour

    5. From Sydney: Blue Mountains Deluxe Minivan Group Tour

    Visit multiple lookouts in the Blue Mountains Region on this tour. Your first port of call will be at Echo Point, where you will have the closest and best view of the Three Sisters. Witness the blue haze and the vast expanse of the Jamison Valley, and experience for yourself the raw magic the Blue Mountains creates. You'll have the option of ordering breakfast or a coffee (at your own expense) while enjoying the views.  Next, visit Scenic World (included in the price of the tour) and dare yourself to ride the steepest railway in the world. The trains drive down with an incline of 52-64 degrees, but the views from the top are also spectacular. The Scenic Cableway & Skyway offers magnificent views of the Three Sisters and the Valley. Your tour guide will then take you down to the valley floor whilst explaining the area and coal mine. After, visit the quaint village of Leura. Explore the ...

    Even though the days was rainy & we were unable to see the rock formations our guide Rod adapted well on the fly. He kept the mood light & made adjustments to the tour.

  • Go Sydney Explorer Pass: Save Money at Sydney's Attractions

    6. Go Sydney Explorer Pass: Save Money at Sydney's Attractions

    Maximize your time and save some coin whilst you visit Sydney, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Valid for 60 days, you can ensure you save up to 45% off retail prices and enjoy discounts and benefits at over 20 of the city's most popular and famous attractions with the Go Sydney Explorer Pass. 

    During your time in Sydney, you can use your pass to visit such places like Taronga Zoo, The Sydney Opera House Tour, the Australian National Maritime Museum (Big Ticket), The Sydney Tower Eye with 4D Cinema Experience, take a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour of Sydney and Bondi, go on a Sightseeing Cruise, and much more.

    You can also choose from a vast array of different experiences to take part in whilst in Sydney:

    • The Sydney Opera House Tour

    • Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Hop-On Hop-Off: 1-Day Classic Tour

    • Australian National ...

    I did the Sydney Opera House Tour our tour guide was great very informative and p professional this tour is a must for all Aussies to learn more about one of our most treasured icons.

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park General Entry Ticket

    7. Featherdale Wildlife Park General Entry Ticket

    See a collection of over 1,700 mammals, marsupials, birds and reptiles, including over 30 species of endangered animals in a natural bush setting at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Enjoy the ultimate hands-on wildlife experience, 45 minutes from the heart of Sydney. Attend feeding times and keeper presentations, meet a koala, hand-feed the kangaroos (you can pick up some kangaroo food for $2.00) and wallabies, or admire the giant saltwater crocodile. Food and beverages can be purchased at the Featherdale cafe or you can bring food to barbecue at the picnic sites. Buy a keepsake from the souvenir shop to remember your day.

    sehr viele verschiedene tiere, um die sich gut gekümmert wird. allerdings erscheint das ein oder andere gehäge relativ klein. aber es nun einmal ein zoo :-( tipp: nicht das kängurufutter gleich im 1. gehäge verfüttern, es kommen später noch 2 weitere. der park öffnet übrigens schon um 8 und das futter kostet 3 statt der angegebenen 2 asd

  • From Sydney: Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Tour

    8. From Sydney: Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Tour

    Depart Sydney and journey to the heart of the Blue Mountains, named for the blue tinge the mountain range takes on when viewed from a distance. Enjoy a guided bushwalk off the beaten track to a spectacular lookout, before exploring a mountain village at lunchtime. Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney's leading animal attraction, where you can see a koala, feed kangaroos and see other indigenous creatures such as wombats, Tasmanian Devils, Black-Breasted Buzzards and many more. Then, explore the Blue Mountains National Park on a guided bushwalk. See amazing waterfalls and rainforest flora, and discover secluded lookouts. Go to the Three Sisters rock formation, towering across the Jamison Valley at Katoomba. Return to the city in the comfort of your tour vehicle after a great day exploring the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.

    Weather was against us but superb guy made experience best he could. Well done to Scotty....best guide ever!

  • Sydney: Blue Mountain Sunset, Bushwalk & Wilderness Tour

    9. Sydney: Blue Mountain Sunset, Bushwalk & Wilderness Tour

    Leave Sydney and begin your day of exploration by journeying to the Blue Mountains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Area. Known for its stunning display of natural beauty and vast rainforests clad in eucalypts trees, the Blue Mountains are over 100 million years old and span over thousands of hectares. The combination of the scorching Australian sun and fine oil mist from the eucalyptus leaves gives off a distinctive blue haze, earning The Blue Mountains their name. Your first stop is in the quaint town of Glenbrook, where you can enjoy a coffee or a quick snack before making your way to Euroka. Truly an authentic Australian experience, Euroka is campground near Glenbrook that is ideal for spotting native wildlife. Enjoy a picnic lunch here before beginning your guided walk to Wentworth Falls. Appreciate the stunning surroundings on this hour walk through the bush. Marvel at the s...

    After travelling around on my own quite a bit, it was so nice to join a group! The guides Glen and Donna were great. They were very informative and entertaining. I’d highly recommend this trip for anyone wanting to explore the blue mountains!

  • Blue Mountains: 4WD Adventure Tour with Local Guide

    10. Blue Mountains: 4WD Adventure Tour with Local Guide

    Take a guided 4WD tour of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains with exclusive access to view the largest enclosed canyon in the Southern Hemisphere, second only to the Grand Canyon, Capertee Valley. Other highlights include the Lost City, viewing ancient aboriginal rock art and spotting Australian wildlife in the wild. The tour includes pickup from any hotel or train station in the Blue Mountains area. Your guided 4wd tour begins with pick-up from any accommodation or train station in the Blue Mountains before heading to Clarence at the site of the old Zig Zag railway. Get straight into the adventure with some serious 4wding before heading to the Lost City, a formation of rock pagodas etched from nature over millions of years. After visiting these magnificent formations we head off to view some ancient aboriginal artwork painted several thousands of years ago. By now you will be get...

    we had an awesome day. three things why you should choose this tour. 1st: Paul is an awesome guide and keeps you entertained. he got a lot of knowledge and is super helpful in all means. 2nd the views are spectacular. well and carefully chosen you will see places and look at views you most likely won't see on the ordinary tourist trips. 3rd: so many lovely moments and the stop for lunch at the royal hotel with awesome, basic food makes you feel of being an Australian (at least a bit). sadly, we were so tired due to our arrival in the morning from sydney so Paul possibly felt like "what a quiet group". sorry for that @Paul so my advice is: stay the night before at Katoomba and start the stay less early. we think, every person thinking of a trip should book this one especially in case you want to see spots of nature and breath taking views no usual tourist will see. it is worth every penny. Thank you Paul for widening our knowledge and impressions of Australia in such a way.

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What people are saying about Blue Mountains

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,680 reviews

This was a great tour. The driver/guide, Steve, lives locally and had all the local knowledge to make it memorable. He took us to places that were not on the agenda and told us interesting local stories. Much thanks to Andersons Tours and particularly Steve for a great time John Weir.

The tour guide from wildscape adventures was exceptional, so knowledgeable and well mannered, I can’t speak highly enough of him, will definitely recommend friends and family to do the glow worm tour with him

We were unable to visit the Jenolan caves due to riad damage. Antoine still provided an amazing comprehensive and interesting tour.

It was great but our email gave us incorrect pick up details! When we found our pick up point things looked up

Awesome day trip jam packed with activities and also time to take great pics. Great value & highly recommend