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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney

Highlights
  • See the highlights of the Blue Mountains on a day trip from Sydney
  • Explore with a guide to see the main sights
  • Visit an aboriginal center, not included in many similar tours
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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney
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Overview
Take a day trip from Sydney to the spectacular Blue Mountains, leaving the navigation and transportation to someone else. Soak in the mountains’ scenery and enjoy all the region’s must-dos on a tour that covers the main sites in one day and also includes lunch and entrance fees. Plus, unlike many tours, your trip includes time at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre to see an indigenous dance.
What to Expect
After central Sydney pickup, relax during your ride to the Blue Mountains in a comfortable, 20-seater minivan.

Cross Sydney Harbour Bridge into the Blue Mountains, stopping at a clifftop viewpoint to gaze at the Jamison Valley—a rain forest-filled ravine framed by sandstone cliffs. Then, visit Scenic World where you'll glide between clifftops on scenic walkways before heading to Echo Point for views of the towering Three Sisters.

Next, enjoy a 2-course lunch at a historic hotel (dietary requirements can be accommodated). Next, visit award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you’ll see kangaroos, koalas, emus, and crocodiles, before a ferry ride to Sydney along the Parramatta River. Pass Sydney Harbour’s landmarks, including the Opera House and disembark at Circular Quay, where your trip concludes.
Reviews (1,094)
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Reviewed yesterday
Freat tur to learn more about Australia's mountain region near Sydney

We immensely enjoyed the tour, experience, and knowledge acquired during the tour. Great guide trying to accommodate to various needs of all participants. We are highly recommending taking this tour when in Sydney.

Thank LK39
Reviewed 2 days ago
Worth every penny!!!!Amazing trip!!!

The best tour of my visit to Sydney. Adam was our guide, he is the best. Funny and very knowledgeable guy about the geography and history of the mountains. We have a blast. I loved the indigenous show. Lunch was good. Tips: comfortable shoes and...More

Thank Mary S
Reviewed 3 days ago
A Must Do Trip

Great to get out of Sydney and see the Blue Mountains. Our guide was Robert. He had an excellent knowledge of the geography, wild life and history. His commentary was perfectly timed and not overbearing. This is a fun full day with lots to see...More

Thank humptus
Reviewed 3 days ago
Wonderful day out

This is a great taster for the Blue Mountains and ideal if you only have a few days in Sydney. Our guide Ian was fantastic, he was very knowledgeable, quickly knew everyone's names and was happy to take as many photos as we wanted. Being...More

Thank Rachel S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fantastic full day out to the Blur Mountains

Early start for a fantastic day trip to the Blue Mountains but well worth it. Robert, our guide/bus driver was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. He made sure we stuck to schedule to make all our stops on time. The day was exactly as described and...More

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ken02912
November 5, 2018|
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Response from staceymS3990AM | Reviewed this property |
We also did the Koala encounter (was an additional expense as others noted) and had plenty of time to see other animals. We waited about 10 minutes in line. As for July, this is winter season in Australia so crowds may not... More
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RJB42
October 18, 2018|
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If boarding near the end of the pick-ups, it is possible you will not have a window seat or will have to sit apart from your party. It is possible that others will switch seats with you if you kindly ask, but not a... More
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