Blue Mountains Ultimate Day Tour

From AUD $79.00
  • Duration: 10 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: BMU
Oz Trails knows the Blue Mountains better than anyone else. We have been showing her charms to people from all over the world since 1999. Our small coaches and our experienced guides can get you to the best vantage points in the Blue Mountains. We have now added the Blue Mountains Ultimate Tour, you create your own Ultimate Tour, you get to choose exactly what you want to see and do! 

The "Grand Canyon" of Australia, which is now World Heritage listed, has deep gorges, steep cliffs, spectacular lookouts, excellent bushwalks and rich flora and fauna. On the Blue Mountains tour the meaning of the name Blue Mountains will be revealed.

The only thing cheap about our Blue Mountains Day Tour is the price! $79 AUD includes afternoon harbour trip to escape sydneys peak hour traffic. Small group tours (max 24 passengers) and big fun. Get to the best vantage points in the Blue Mountains and travel with a company that loves the Blue Mountains. The chance to see Australian wildlfie in the wild and travel in a world heritage listed national park only one hour drive from Sydney.

Oz Trails takes you off the beaten track so you can get the REAL Blue Mountains Experience.

1a. Koala Sanctuary Park

Crossing Sydney Harbour on the famous “Coat Hanger” (The Sydney Harbour Bridge) our first stop is one of the most unique wildlife Parks in Australia. Koala Sanctuary Park was opened in 1930 to promote the Koalas conservation and prevent this lovable animal’s extinction.

It is still one of the few places in the world where you can learn about the koala, feed one and see them living naturally in the rainforest, eucalyptus groves and native gardens of the sanctuary. They share their tranquil home with other Australian native animals and birds:Red & Grey Kangaroos, Dingoes, Wombats, Echidnas, Emus, Wallabies and more.

This activity is at own cost. See prices in the table below. 

1b. If you have already met Australian wildlife you can instead enjoy a pleasant walk in Cumberland State Forest

This 40-hectare oasis of green in Sydney’s North Western suburbs beckons you to explore the perfect urban forest, which is an important component of the natural beauty of Sydney. Three trails to experience:

1.Discover how native forests are managed in NSW by walking the Forestry Trail.

2.Explore moist rainforest on the Palm Gully Trail.

3.Touch, hear and smell your way along the Sensory Trail.

2. Light Refreshments next to Nepean River

3. Katoomba

Katoomba, is the largest town and the center of the Blue Mountains.  Katoomba is well known for spectacular mountain views and extensive bush and nature walks.It also boasts the two main and most visited tourist attractions in the Blue Mountains:Scenic World & The Three Sisters rock formation.

4a. Scenic World:

Enjoy all the features that one of Australia’s most visited tourist attractions offers:

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.

This activity is at own cost. See prices in the table below

4b.If you are not interested in the Scenic World experience you can instead choose to walk independently in the area after consulting your tour guide.

5a. Waradah Aboriginal Centre

Educational & Cultural experience, where traditional Aboriginal song, dance & Didgeridoo are presented as well as artwork, dreamtime stories and explanations of traditional Aboriginal way of life.

This activity is at own cost. See prices in the table below.

5b. If you are not interested in the Waradah Aboriginal Centre experience you can instead choose to walk to the Three Sisters at Echo Point

The most famous landmark in the Blue Mountains. A short walk from Echo Point will get you very close to the Three Sisters and the top of the “Giant Stairway”. Meet Meehni (922 m), Wimlah (918 m), and Gunnedoo (906 m).

6. Leura – The “ Garden Village”

The tour will go through Leura, a charming & picturesque village; delightful blend of boutique shops and magnificent gardens. You will be able to purchase your lunch from one of the many available options here (at own cost)

7. Sydney Olympic Park

On the way back to Sydney the tour will go through Sydney Olympic Park, home of the year 2000 Olympic Games.

8. River Cruise back to Sydney

Escape the heavy afternoon traffic and unwind on an afternoon cruise along Parramatta River back to Circular Quay (city centre between the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House) where your tour ends. You should arrive at Circular Quay between 6 and 7pm.