Everyone that comes to Sydney loves visiting the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. Your day will have a lot of WOW factors from seeing kangaroos to the most spectacular views imaginable. We will show you evidence of the Aboriginal community that once lived on this land and left their footprint for future generations to marvel at. We visit various Mountain villages including Glenbrook for morning coffee and Leura for lunch.
Value for Money
Other tour groups tell you one price then ask you to pay more during the day but on our Blue Mountains day tour we include everything. Your entry to Featherdale wildlife park, scenic railway, national park fees, lunch and your ferry ride home. We even pay for your morning coffee. (NB: If guests wish to purchase souvenirs whilst at lunch or at venues this is not included in the price. Lunch is a $20 voucher redeemable at nominated restaurants in Leura)
Gregory Blaxland, William Charles Wentworth and William Lawson were the first explorers to successfully cross the Blue Mountains and open up the rich grazing land of Western New South Wales. We pass through the towns named in their honour. We also stop in Glenbrook for morning tea and Leura for lunch, both incredibly quaint mountain villages, where locals reach out to welcome you to their community.
The Three Sisters
There are so many ways to view the Three Sisters and on our day tour we show you various locations to view one of the greatest tourist attractions that Australia has to offer. They stand silently, as they have for millions of years steeped in tradition and culture. Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo the legend called the Three Sisters stand proudly overseeing the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains and quietly remind us of our Aboriginal heritage.