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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney

Highlights
  • See the highlights of the Blue Mountains on a day trip from Sydney
  • Explore with a guide to see the main sights
  • Visit an aboriginal center, not included in many similar tours
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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney
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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Tour - Small Group
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All Inclusive Blue Mountains Tour - Large Coach maximum 50 passengers. Christmas Week only - 26th December until the 5th January
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Overview
Take a day trip from Sydney to the spectacular Blue Mountains, leaving the navigation and transportation to someone else. Soak in the mountains’ scenery and enjoy all the region’s must-dos on a tour that covers the main sites in one day and also includes lunch and entrance fees. Plus, unlike many tours, your trip includes time at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre to see an indigenous dance.
What to Expect
After central Sydney pickup, relax during your ride to the Blue Mountains in a comfortable, 20-seater minivan.

Cross Sydney Harbour Bridge and visit award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you’ll see kangaroos, koalas, and crocodiles. Continue into the Blue Mountains, stopping at a clifftop viewpoint to gaze at the Jamison Valley—a rain forest-filled ravine framed by sandstone cliffs.

After a 2-course lunch at a golf club (dietary requirements can be accommodated), stop at the region’s capital, Katoomba. Visit Scenic World and experience the Scenic Railway, Rainforest Walkway, and glass-bottomed Skyway cableway for 360-degree views of the Katoomba Falls, Three Sisters, and the Jamison Valley.

Next, head to Waradah Aboriginal Centre to experience didgeridoo music and a traditional dance before a ferry ride to Sydney along the Parramatta River. Pass Sydney Harbour’s landmarks, including the Opera House and disembark at Circular Quay, where your trip concludes.
Reviews (1,059)
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Reviewed yesterday
Well planned and exciting tour.

Ian was our tour guide, he had lots knowledge and was passionate about ensuring everyone had an enjoyable time. He liked his work and is a great Aussie ambassador.

1  Thank Tour458382
Reviewed 2 days ago
Saw everything there was to see and more!

We had a fabulous day exploring the Blue Mountains. We couldn't have asked for a better tour guide, Adam was so knowledgeable about the area. He kept us all amused on the bus with his wonderful sense of humour. If you have only one day...More

1  Thank Jos Andrew J
Reviewed 1 week ago
Hamsters included.

This was the best outing on my entire two-week vacation. It includes a huge variety of stops, such as the Featherdale Wildlife Park, Blue Mountains, Katoomba Falls, etc. My guide, Ian, who works for Anderson Tours, was a fantastic guide. He was extremely friendly, and...More

Thank Jason W
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing, fun filled tour. A must do.

This was a great tour were you are able to do and see a lot of stunning landscapes and wildlife. We had Ian as our tour guide, and he was perfect. Very knowledgable and helpful throughout the day. There was a lot of fog in...More

1  Thank LivingOutOf86
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Great Day even with the world heritage Fog!

Katy, was our guide for the day and she did a smashing job. After weeks of sunshine and glorious views of the Blue Mountains we arrived and the fog rolled in. However, this did not deter from a great lunch, aboriginal show and cruise back...More

Thank Keith G
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