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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise

By: Oz Trails
Highlights
  • See the Three Sisters rock formation and Aboriginal rock carvings
  • Explore the charming country towns of Leura and Katoomba
  • Cruise back to Sydney Harbour on the Parramatta River
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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise
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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise
US$71.87
Overview

Explore the Blue Mountains, see ancient rock formations, get a taste of small-town country life and cruise down the Parramatta River on this full-day tour form Sydney. Designed for visitors who want to get out of Sydney and see a slice of life in the Blue Mountains. Keep your camera handy for many scenic photo ops and learn about Aboriginal history from your guide.

What to Expect

The day starts with a pick-up from your hotel. Then begin the journey to the Blue Mountains. Stop at Kings Tableland or Evans Lookout for photo-worthy views of the Blue Mountains.

From here, take an easy bushwalk to Wentworth Falls for more views, before stopping in the small country town of Leura where you have time to explore on your own and choose from a great variety of restaurants and cafes for lunch (own expense).

Then it’s on to Katoomba, the heart of the Blue Mountains, where you see the Three Sister’s rock formation and learn some Aboriginal folklore about the site. 

You can then explore Scenic World a popular attraction with cable cars, a skyway, the ‘world’s steepest railway’, and other activities at an additional cost

Then avoid traffic and take a river cruise along the Parramatta, which leads you back to the Sydney Harbour where your tour ends.

Reviews (194)
1 - 5 of 132 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
great day out

Fantastic trip to the Blue Mountains stopping off at a zoo, where you can hand-feed joeys, then on to Scenic world (after a lunch stop), where you catch a scenic cableway to the valley and a walk along the valley floor, then a trip to...More

Thank tony s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great Day

Great day to Blue Mountains and Scenic World. Les was a great tour guide his knowledge of the blue mountains and the surrounding area was interesting and informative and entertaining. Would thoroughly recommend.

Thank Gert65
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great value and entertaining guide

The bus picked us up right outside our hotel which was great. The tour guide Lez was incredibly passionate and really knew his stuff with regards to the little facts about Australia and Sydney - could listen to that guy all day. Our trip was...More

Thank Ethan C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great day out but more information needed before you go

We enjoyed our trip into the Blue Mountains. Tour guide entertained us on the way and was very informative ( how many bones in the neck of a giraffe?). Though there is some points on the trip that were annoying and some information that would...More

2  Thank purplemacpak
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Rushed visits

The day started with waiting for someone who wasn’t even joining, then a stop of about half an hour for paying the scenic world tickets in cash to the drivers, why don’t include this in de price? Visit to the scenic world was rushed and...More

Thank Wouter R
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Julie J
September 15, 2018|
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Response from Rick R | Reviewed this property |
Our tour picked up everyone at various hotels in the downtown area.
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Munavver M
August 6, 2018|
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Response from Shauna C | Reviewed this property |
Hi No it does not include Featherdale Wildlife Park.
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tester11112222333
May 6, 2018|
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Response from Shauna C | Reviewed this property |
They still operate regardless of weather and if its raining and foggy you won't see anything - the day we went it was raining in Sydney but no fog when we got to Blue mountains it was so foggy you could not see anything also... More
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