- Kings Tablelands or Evans Lookout for beautiful views of the spectacular Blue Mountains
- The quaint village of Luera for lunch (own expense)
- Katoomba - gateway to the Blue Mountains
- Scenic World
- Learn the indigenous legends and history of the area
- Pass by Olympic Park, home of the 2000 Olympic Games
- Relaxing river cruise back to Sydney
OVERVIEW OF THE TOUR
The Blue Mountains are an essential day trip if you are visiting Sydney. Join us on our Blue Mountains Tour as we head to see the iconic Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls and much more.
We depart from Sydney and journey straight to the Blue Mountains, hoping to spot some of Australia’s unique wildlife along the way. After a quick comfort stop in the lower Blue Mountains, we continue on to Kings Tableland or Evans Lookout for spectacular views of the Blue Mountains.
Next, it is on to Wentworth Falls, where we can enjoy a pleasant bushwalk to one of the most impressive lookout points in the Blue Mountains. For lunch, we arrive in the quaint country town of Leura, where you will have some free time to explore the picturesque village and its excellent shops. There are plenty of places to grab some lunch, with somewhere to cater for everyone.
After lunch, it’s on to Katoomba – the centre of the Blue Mountains. From here you can explore the highlights of the Blue Mountains Tour: The Three Sisters and Scenic World. Your guide will regale you with fascinating Aboriginal legends about the Three Sisters and their formation. Tickets to Scenic World can be purchased on the day, so you can enjoy all the features of this well-known attraction. Enjoy a unique perspective of the rainforest canopy through the glass floor of the Scenic Skyway as you glide between cliff tops. Jump in the Scenic Cableway for panoramic views of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Experience the thrill of the steepest passenger railway in the world on the Scenic Railway. Or enjoy a peaceful walk amongst the rainforest on the Scenic Walkway.
We begin the journey back to Sydney via an Aboriginal Site where you will learn more about the indigenous population of the area. We will pass Olympic Park, home of the 2000 Olympic Games, before jumping on board the river cruise along the Parramatta River. Relax on board the river cruise as we avoid the traffic back the Circular Quay, where the Blue Mountains Tour ends.