Immerse yourself in the cultural history of Australia and discover the magic of the ancient Earth and its inhabitants on our Blue Mountains Aboriginal Day Tour.
BLUE MOUNTAINS DAY TRIP
- Adult Ages 12 and over
- Child Ages 11 and under
- Student Australian Students Only
- Senior Australian Seniors Only - Ages 65 and over
Sydney Blue Mountains Day Tour
After collection from your hotel, together with your Blue Mountains Tours personal tour guide, we will follow the footsteps of the first explorers as we leave Sydney.
You’ll travel in one of our new, state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz buses which include USB sockets for all types of mobile phones or tablets, and head west from Sydney on our Blue Mountains day trip.
After driving for an hour, we will cross the famous Nepean River Penrith valley where the Fragrance and Aroma’s coffee welcomes us for our relaxing Morning Tea.
The Café is located at the lower part of the Blue Mountains next to the entrance to Glenbrook National Park. The café is very much an integral part of the village culture and provides the locals with great coffee, delicious homemade fresh biscuits, jam, and cream.
From there, we begin the scenic drive to the top of the 1,100 meters to the Cliff Drive Rd including a panoramic drive through the mountains with breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains National Park.
This will be the first of many excellent photo opportunities you’ll have during the day to capture the wonders that make up our Blue Mountains One-Day Discovery Tour.
Catch your breath as we transport you from a *cable car to ride the world’s steepest passenger *railway line at Scenic World.
After the 270-meter ascent, you’ll be rewarded with a wonderful view of the Katoomba Falls as well as the Jamison valley.
Wander through an ancient rainforest on the Scenic Walkway, an elevated boardwalk that offers 160 million years’ worth of natural history.
We will continue a short drive to the Echo Point Lookout, getting closer to watch the famous Three Sisters rock formation. as the rock formation about their culture as well as stories that have been passed down for thousands of years.
We don’t want to share too much information about the next stop on our Blue Mountains Tours day trip. This is a secret location that we discovered through our travels which has remained unspoiled by tourists.
Take a quick walk along less-travelled roads to see some lush bushland whilst acquainting yourself with the region’s flora and fauna. Be amazed by the 200-meter view from the top of a cliff. Words cannot do justice to the magnificence of the scenery which you need to experience for yourself!
Hungry!? Take a welcome break at our next stop, have a relaxing hot meal, a variety of western dishes – two courses of your choice.
Next stop, Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to Australia’s indigenous species. Hand-feed a kangaroo, walk through the koala sanctuary or just be one at nature with the wallabies, Dingoes, vibrantly coloured birds, and many other playful critters.
As we near the final leg of your Blue Mountains One-Day Discovery Tour, our return trip includes a drive to Sydney Olympic Park, host to many national and international events, sports competitions and concerts.
A ferry ride along the Parramatta River leads us to Glenville Bridge and the Sydney Harbour where you get to enjoy the excellent view of the world-famous Sydney Opera House before heading to Circular Quay. The Blue Mountains day tour ends back in Sydney, usually around 5 p.m.
In just one day, Blue Mountains one day tour can show you some of the most famous and beautiful landmarks in and around the Blue Mountains.
*We have a six-person minimum for our tours. If our minimum is not met, we will contact you to reschedule your tour.
*Scenic world rides on your own expense