Blue Mountains Australia The amazing 3 Sisters of the Blue Mountains of AustraliaBlue Mountains Day Tours Day Tours of Australia's Blue Mountains RegionProfessional Day Tours The Harbor Bridge in Sydney AustraliaBlue Mountains Bus Tours Sydney's Famous Opera House, what a sight!Day Tours from Sydney Australia A small waterfall running through the Blue Mountains wildernessProfessionally Guided Day Tours The Famous Blue Mountains Region of Australia, near SydneySpectacular Attractions of the Blue Mountains A Beautiful Waterfall in the National Pass of the Blue Mountains Region of Australia, near SydneyBlue Mountains Tours by ActivityTours Australia There's just so much to see in the Blue Mountains Tour Region, our Bus Tours show the best attractions in AustraliaBlue Mountains Tours Waterfalls One of the many beautiful waterfalls in the Blue MountainsBlue Mountains Valleys A spectacular view of a gorgeous valley in the Blue Mountains RegionBlue Mountains, Australia Day Tours You can't see everything in just one trip to Australia, but the Blue Mountains are one attraction you shouldn't miss
Your day tour includes a guided walk in the Blue Mountains National Park, Wentworth Falls and more. Leave the magnificent Blue Mountains, crossing the Nepean River, and wind down with a relaxing river cruise from Olympic Park at Homebush along the Parramatta River, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and back to Circular Quay. We offer great prices, experienced and friendly guides, for award winning Sydney day tours.
Whether you're visiting Australia or live here, don't miss out on this educational and action-packed day tour. Interested to see some of the experiences from past tours? Visit our Blue Mountains Tour Experiences page.
Complimentary pick-ups from convenient City locations or many City hotels.
Visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park (over $30 value included), simply the best wildlife park in Sydney. Don't miss it ! Hand feed Kangaroos, pat Koalas and see over 2000 Australian animals including Crocodiles, Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, Fairy Penguins, Dingoes and Snakes.
Have your photo taken with a Koala
Receive a Free souvenir Koala
Drive through the Sydney 2000 Olympic site area near Stadium Australia, The Superdome, The Aquatic Centre, The Olympic Village and more.
A variety of lunch options are available for purchase in local cafe / restaurants. Alternatively, bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy in the picturesque mountains village.
National Park walk to view spectacular water falls (optional)
The Three Sisters at Echo Point - hear the Aboriginal story of this world famous rock formation
With our friendly relaxed tours there's the opportunity to meet fellow travelers from many different cultures and countries.
Walk through temperate rainforests
Visit the Scenic Skyway, Scenicsender and the Steepest Railway in the world with time to do the rides (not included, over AUD$39 pp cash). Our expert guides offer other free options which provide great sightseeing and bush walking opportunities as an alternative, especially during busy peak holiday periods.
See the mountain villages of Katoomba and Leura (the heart of the mountains). See why they call Leura the garden village.
Travel on the spectacular scenic cliff top drive and get off the beaten track and breathe in the fresh mountain air.
Cross the picturesque Nepean River
Finish your enjoyable day by taking a river cruise (included) from Homebush Bay down the Parramatta River and into Sydney Harbour. See the waterfront properties and enjoy the unique views as you go under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and cruise into Sydney Harbour. See the Sydney Opera House close up before arriving at Circular Quay where your tour finishes.
Tour finishes at Circular Quay around 6-6:30pm.
Pick up from many City Hotels or:
Holiday Inn Potts Point, 203 Victoria street, Potts Point at 7.00am ( Kings Cross / Potts Point )
YHA Central, corner Rawson Place and Pitt street at 7.15am ( next to Central Station )
Wynyard, Menzies Hotel, 14 Carrington St at 7:35am
Circular Quay area, pickup Sir Stamford Hotel 93 Macquarie St at 7.40am