1 Day Blue Mountains Tour

    Take a day out from Sydney to the nearby iconic Blue Mountains and go bush walking, visit a wildlife park, see the Three Sisters rock formation, enjoy lunch and see Wentworth waterfall.

    The Blue Mountains tour is our most popular day tour in Australia. See the beautiful World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. First up is a little visit to Featherdale wildlife park to have your photo with a Koala and hand feed the Kangaroos. Then enjoy a hike to see the Three Sisters Rock formation and see why the Blue mountains got its name.

    Escape the city and start the day with a visit to the awarding winning Featherdale Wildlife Park. This hands – on experience gives you the opportunity to see and touch Australian wildlife up close, take a selfie with a koala, hand feed a kangaroo and see all your Aussie favorites.

    Join our eco accredited guide as they take you on an amazing bushwalk through the World Heritage national park. Stone hop across a stream, follow the edge of the cliff, see awesome views, take great photos from lookouts and see a stunning waterfall.

    After a big bushwalk, enjoy a tasty picnic lunch made with fresh local produce. See the famous Three Sisters rock formation, one of the most iconic images in Australia. The views overlooking the Jamison Valley are incredible and as well as getting that classic photo, you’ll hear the stories of the local Aboriginal legends.

    Next you’ll discover the Furber Steps, a path cut into the side of the cliff. Descend into the valley surrounded by rainforest, see waterfalls and stunning views of valley and Three Sisters. At the bottom, you can choose to take the famous Scenic Railway back to the top (own expense) or challenge yourself to return via the steps.

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      Blue Mountains

      Your guide for the day picks you up in the morning and we leave the city nice and early. The first stop on our Blue Mountains trip is a fun and interactive Australian wildlife park, home to the largest collection of Australian native animals in the world, where you can cuddle a kangaroo, feed a wallaby, check out some huge crocodiles and take a selfie with a koala!

      The Blue Mountains National Park covers over one million hectares and is an inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons, tall forests, and headlands. When we get to the Blue Mountains, we take you on our first bushwalk and tell you stories about the ancient indigenous inhabitants, bush tucker and native flora and fauna. We come across colourful birds, unique animal life, and dramatic canyons and cliffs.

      You see the Three Sisters, the famous rock formation which is one of the most iconic images in Australia. The views overlooking the Jamison Valley are stunning, even on a cloudy day! During your Blue Mountains trip, we also take you on an amazing cliff face walk down through the rainforest. You can then walk back up or hold on tight as you ride the world’s steepest railway up (own expense).

      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Featherdale Wildlife Park
      • Three Sisters Lookout
      • Blue Mountains National Park guided bushwalks

      Essential things to pack

      • Hat
      • Sunscreen
      • Comfortable walking shoes
      • Warm/wet weather clothing
      • Water bottle
      • Money for the optional scenic railway

      Important Booking Info

      • Itineraries are subject to change due to seasonal, cultural and weather conditions.
      Do I need to wear special shoes for the bushwalks?

      We recommend you wear enclosed suitable walking shoes. Thongs, sandals, high heels, or clogs are not suitable.

      What is included in the picnic lunch?

      A bread roll with your choice of filling (beef, chicken, ham, or vegetarian) and a sweet bakery treat.

      What level of fitness do I need on tour?

      There are different walks to do for different levels of fitness. It’s encouraged that you do the hour long hike, so a good level of fitness is required. But there are other options if you are with a friend or parent who doesn’t have a good level of fitness.

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