Be transported from the centre of Sydney into the heart of the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park in a small group day tour.
Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park to see Kangaroos and Koalas up close, as well as many other unique animals and birds in the largest collection of Australian native animals in Sydney!
See the famous Three Sisters and hear the aboriginal stories around it. Marvel at the majestic vistas of the Jamison Valley.
Wander through a relaxed mountain village and enjoy many great lunch choices while you look around.
Our itinerary allows the flexibility to explore deep into the Blue Mountains, seeking out some of the more remote and spectacular lookouts, waterfalls and valleys. Your guide will take you on tailored bush walks of 10-45 minutes duration and point out the details that you often would not be able to see for yourself. Walks may be on tracks with some uneven surfaces and steps.
Small tour groups ensure that your experienced guide has the time and flexibility to discover many amazing sights to you along the way.
Ask about a Private Charter if you want something even more exclusive!
Located approximately 48kms west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia are a range of geological sandstone structures at least 1,150 metres high. The mountains were originally named by Arthur Phillip in 1788 as the Carmarthen Hills for the northern section near Sydney, and the Lansdowne Hills for the southern. However, Blue Mountains quickly became preferred as the popular name.
Although known by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years, the Blue Mountains were thought to be impenetrable by the early white settlers of Sydney, and were not crossed until convicts and other explorers found their way across. Why not explore the mountain range yourself with a professionally guided Blue Mountains Day Tour?
The Blue Mountains are not, as the name suggests, a range of mountains but rather a plateau with rugged eroded gorges of up to 760 metres depth. A large part of the Blue Mountains is incorporated in the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site and its constituent seven national parks and a conservation reserve. The name is derived from the bluish tinge the range takes on, which is caused by a process known as Mie Scattering. Mie Scattering occurs when incoming ultraviolet radiation is scattered by particles within the atmosphere.
When Mie Scattering occurs incoming radiation lengths mix as no wave length is predominant over another creating a blue-greyish colour to any distant objects (such as mountain ranges or even clouds). It is widely believed that the blue colouring of the mountains is created by light reflecting off eucalypt leaves and although this is a romantic idea, unfortunately it is just folklore. The Blue Mountains were a familiar sight to early British settlers in the Sydney district long before the bulk of the continent was explored by non-native people. Today you can tour the breath taking Blue Mountains with our unique Blue Mountains Day Tours.
Please note that while there are many amazing attractions in the Blue Mountains region, we can only visit so many in a single day. If you wish to choose your own itinerary, we can tailor a Private Charter to your needs.
We pride ourselves on flexible, personalised tours, so let us know what you want to do, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you!
There are opportunities for several short guided bushwalks of 10-45 minutes (weather permitting) which require a moderate level of fitness over some uneven surfaces and steps. Bushwalks may not be possible when there is a lot of rain about, but on these occasions different lookouts usually reveal amazing views of the raging waterfalls and misty valleys.
If you are not able to join in some of the walks, your guide will suggest alternatives that are shorter or you may need to wait near the vehicle.
This tour is not suitable for those with limited mobility nor for children under 5 years of age.
Temperatures in the Blue Mountains can be as much as 10 degrees celsius less than the centre of Sydney. There are several opportunities to walk and ride down to the bottom of the valley below the spectacular cliffs in the Blue Mountains where it can be quite cool, even in the summer months.
It is recommended that a warm top and jacket are worn, as well as comfortable enclosed walking shoes, a hat and sunscreen.
There is no formal lunch package included with the tour. A variety of lunch options are available for purchase in local cafe / restaurants. Alternatively bring along your own picnic lunch to enjoy in a picturesque mountains village.
Our tours to the Blue Mountains usually run 7 days per week. The size of vehicle used may vary on different days of the week and times of the year.
Please note all tours are subject to availability and minimum number requirements – we recommend that you book well in advance to secure your place because we often sell out early!
We do not operate on 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st December or New Year’s Day (1 January).
The tour returns to Sydney between 6-6:30pm depending on traffic.
Amazing tour guide, beautiful scenery and great value for money - a must do tour if you’re in the Sydney area and want a break from the city!
The tour with Ben at the helm was fantastic. He put a group of strangers at complete ease and his knowledge and comments were greatly appreciated. There is no doubt... read more
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