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Pass By: Katoomba, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Katoomba is the centre of the Blue Mountains and the gateway to its two most popular tourist attractions: The Three Sisters rock formation and Scenic World.
Stop At: Wentworth Falls, New South Wales 2780 Australia
Bush walk to one of the most spectacular lookout points in the Blue Mountains.
SOME DAYS YOU WILL VISIT LEURA CASCADES INSTEAD OF WENTWORTH FALLS.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Leura Cascades, Cliff Drive, Leura, New South Wales Australia
A pleasant bush walk leading to a fantastic lookout
SOME DAYS YOU WILL VISIT WENTWORTH FALLS INSTEAD OF LEURA CASCADES .
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Scenic World Blue Mountains, Corner Violet Street & Cliff Drive, Katoomba, New South Wales 2780 Australia
Skyway – Australia’s highest cable car.
Cableway – Australia’s biggest cable car.
Railway – The steepest incline passenger carrying railway in the world.
Walkway – the longest elevated boardwalk in Australia, with 2.4 km inside a temperate rainforest.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: The Three Sisters, Echo Point road Echo Point, Katoomba, New South Wales 2780 Australia
Here you will hear the Aboriginal legends about this famous rock formation.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Kings Tableland, Blue Mountains National Park NSW 2787, Australia
The best place to view the wilderness of the Blue Mountains (away from the large buses – big Coaches DO NOT have access at Kings Tableland)
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Leura, Leura, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Spend free time to explore this picturesque village. Great shops, excellent choices for lunch to cater to everyone’s taste & budget… Leura is very popular with Sydney locals.
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney Olympic Park, Auburn, Greater Sydney, New South Wales
En route see Homebush Bay, home of the 2000 Olympic Games.
Pass By: Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Escape nasty afternoon traffic and unwind on an afternoon cruise along Parramatta river (which becomes Sydney Harbour) back to Circular Quay (city centre) where your tour ends.
Everyday of the year (with the exception of Christmas Day 25 December, New Year's Eve 31 December and New Year's Day 1 January) ..
Wake Up! Sydney, 509 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up from the hotels/locations list below:
McDonald's Coogee Beach 7.10 am
McDonald's Bondi Beach 7.20 am
Manly Wharf (bus stand C ) 7.15 am
Hotel pick up times and locations:
Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport 7 am
Meriton Suites Mascot Central 7 am
Meriton Suites Bondi Junction 7.30 am
Holiday Inn Potts Point (kings Cross) 7.45 am
Waldorf Woolloomooloo Waters 7.50-8 am
The Sydney Boulevard Hotel (Robinson Street entrance) 7.50 - 8 am
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip St 7.50 - 8 am
Shangri-La Hotel Sydney ,The Rocks 7.55 am
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, 104 Harrington Street , 7.55 am
Park Hyatt Sydney, The Rocks 7.55 am
The Westin Sydney, 1 Martin Place, 8 am
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park, Back entrance, 132 Castlereagh St, 8 - 8.10 am
The Grace Hotel Sydney, 77 York Street 8 - 8.10 am
Hyatt Regency Sydney, 161 Sussex Street, 8.10 - 8.20 am
Vibe Hotel Sydney, 111 Goulburn St, 8.10 - 8.20 am
Cambridge Hotel Sydney, 212 Riley St Surry Hills,8.10 - 8.20 am
Westend Backpackers, 412 Pitt St, 8.15 am
Holiday Inn Darling Harbour, 68 Harbour St, 8.20-8.30 am
Wake Up! Sydney, 509 Pitt St, Sydney, 8.20 - 8.30 am
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, 12 Darling Dr, 8.30 am
Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour, 70 Murray St Darling Harbour, 8.30 am
Metro Aspire Hotel Sydney, 383-389 Bulwara Rd, Ultimo, 8.30-8.40 am
Vulcan Hotel Sydney, 500 Wattle St Ultimo, 8.30 - 8.40 am
Glebe Point YHA, 262 - 264 Glebe Point Rd 8.40-8.50 am
Ibis Budget Sydney Olympic Park Hotel, 8 Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park 9 to 9.10 am
Circular Quay, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 28 travelers
Posted By : Margarita V
An amazing tour that anyone coming to Sydney should take! You have the magnificent views of the blue mountains, the thrill of the scenic world and the leisurely cruise on the way back. All perfect. Our sweet guide Charlie is knowledgeable, funny, polite and patient. He made the whole tour more enjoyable and he is also a great driver. Thanks!
Posted By : Paul D
Fantastic day out in the Blue Mountains, Les’s knowledge made it all the more interesting. We are always a little weary about going on coach trips, but so glad we did this one and it’s not too be missed.
Posted By : NESHA A
Led by Bob, we saw the impressive Blue Mountains area. The Scenic World ticket is worth the extra spend. This tour goes to all the key sites. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Posted By : Barbara L
Les was very knowledgeable and made the most of our time throughout our time in the Blue Mountains. He used technology in a creative way to enhance the experience.
Posted By : Andy B
Very good tour with Scenic World the main event with a number of great other stops depending on timing, smoke etc. Colin was a great guide and safe driver. Only improvement would be rationalizing the number of pickups in Sydney as took us 75 mins to get out
Posted By : P W
Our tour guide Les did an awesome job finding awesome places for our tour all the way to the very end of the day despite the poor visibility with the ongoing wild fires. Fortunately we still were able to see a lot of the natural beauty of the area and Learned a lot about the area. Definitely recommend to anyone visiting Sydney, even if only for a couple of days like we were. The river cruise was a nice low key way to end a full day of sight seeing and light hiking.
Posted By : Janet T
Definitely worth seeing. It was awesome. Thank you! Also worth paying extra for the scenic rides too!
Posted By : Bill
Our group of 6 enjoyed this tour to the Blue Mountains very much, while appreciating the difficult situation being managed in the area. At the time we visited, the tragic wildfires affecting New South Wales caused a significant amount of smoke in the mountains. We had enormous respect for the firefighters and others working to control the blazes and could see them working in the distance on a fire line. We were able to do most of the planned activities. A stop at a park to interact with wild cockatoos was a highlight. The gondola, incline railway, short hike to waterfalls, and drives to lookout points were also interesting. We enjoyed the catamaran ride back to downtown Sydney under the Harbour Bridge at the end of the day. We would have liked to see more of the Olympic Park rather than a quick drive past on the highway. Overall, the day was very good, and our guide (Len?) was terrific.
Posted By : Almarque M
Tripl was good. Only smoggy becasuse of the near fires... Tour Guide was informative and very attentively.
Posted By : Evgeniy P
I realise that it was just a matter of bad luck that they shut down completely Scenic World just the day before because of wildfires, but anyway the description did not match - Wentworth Falls? The guide, however, is very good, as are all in Australia in my experience.
Just watch the news about bushfires in the area before you decide.