Journey through an exciting adventure into the heart of the Blue Mountains, plus we take you to our favourite Australian wildlife park on the way there. Your Blue Mountains day tour is a feast for your Instagram feed, with an abundance of photo opportunities throughout the day. We go sightseeing and hiking as there are so many awesome spots to explore. If you are looking to have a unique and fun day out with like-minded people, don’t mind a good old hike and would like to explore the stunning Blue Mountains National Park, book your tour with us today.
Experienced eco accredited tour guide
Return air-conditioned vehicle transfers from Sydney to the Blue Mountains
A visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park
Blue Mountains National Park guided bushwalks
Three Sisters Lookout
National Park entry fees included
Lunch- A bread roll with your choice of filling (beef, chicken, ham, or vegetarian) and a sweet bakery treat.
Pick up locations-
7:00 am: Bondi Junction- In front of the Meriton Serviced Apartments near Grafton St exit from Bondi Junction Train Station
7:10 am: Kings Cross Station- In front of the Holiday Inn, 203 Victoria St, Potts Point behind Kings Cross Station
7:25 am: Central Station- St Laurence Church, meet at the front entrance of St Laurence Church, 812 George Street.
7:45 am: Circular Quay – Macquarie Place Park, in front of the Obelisk, corner of Loftus St and Bridge St
From 7:00 am
5:30 pm Sydney Central
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).
The Fine Print
Moderate level of fitness required for hiking
We recommend you bring a bottle of water, camera, hat, sunscreen, a jacket in cooler months, and money to buy any extras such as souvenirs and snacks.
Dress comfortably for the season you are visiting.
Please wear enclosed suitable walking shoes- thongs, sandals, high heels, or clogs are not suitable.
Most dietary requirements such as lactose intolerant, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, allergic to nuts or shellfish can be catered for by advising the café/restaurant and they will create a meal that is suitable. Please be sure to advise us at the time of booking so you can be looked after.