Fitness Level (1-4):
- Explore in a Small Group
- Wander picturesque Leura Village
- Admire The Three Sisters
- 360 degree Views from Scenic World
- Experience Featherdale Wildlife Park
Tour PointsBus Type: Small
Departs: 8:00 am Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun (Apr-Sep) and Daily (Oct-Mar) Sydney
Returns: 6:15pm Sydney
from The Star, Level B2, Coach Terminal, Pirrama Road or earlier from your hotel
|Bring:||Comfy walking shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, camera, jacket in cooler months|
|Inclusions:||Morning Tea, Scenic World rides (Unlimited Discovery Pass),Entry to Featherdale Wildlife Park|
Tour InformationSit back and relax with a small group in the comfort of your mini-coach, as you travel to the amazing Blue Mountains. Your Driver Guide will provide details of the day's itinerary while you enjoy the journey west.
First up is the charming village of Leura. Leura is one of several villages in the Blue Mountains that perfectly capture the spirit of the region - fresh mountain air and stunning scenery. Its pretty, tree-lined main street is great for browsing through antique shops, art galleries and bookstores - before enjoying complimentary morning tea at one of the cafes.
The Three Sisters
See the imposing Three Sisters, a great photo opportunity. According to Aboriginal legend, this unusual rock formation represents three sisters who were turned to stone. They stand an incredible 922, 918 and 906 metres respectively and are an amazing sight as the sun shifts to cast magnificent colours across the rock face.
Located in southern Katoomba, Scenic World provides the ideal location to see and experience all that the Blue Mountains has to offer. It?s like nowhere else on earth with its 360 degree views of this incredible landscape. Experience the world's steepest railway with included rides on the famous Scenic Railway and Scenic Cableway, where you'll be taken deep into and over the Blue Mountains - nothing short of thrilling!
From Scenic World you'll be treated to a spectacular view. This mountainous World Heritage region covers an area of up to 10,000 square kilometres and features dramatic cliffs, deep canyons and lush vegetation, particularly eucalypt. When first discovered by the European visitors, the Blue Mountains had already been home to the Gundungurra people for what is believed to be millions of years and evidence of their culture and spirituality can be found throughout the region.
Lunch in Wentworth Falls
The Conservation Hut Cafe is located at the Valley of the Waters in Wentworth Falls. Come and enjoy a hearty lunch on the large open verandah and marvel at the stunning views of the Jamison Valley or in winter inside around the cosy log fire.
Included Meals: Lunch
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Embark on a unique journey, discovering over three hundred species of Australia's diverse wildlife in a natural bush setting, at the award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park. You can hand-feed a kangaroo, wallaby or emu and enjoy a face-to-face encounter with one of the friendly koalas - among one of Australia's largest private collections of Australian native animals and bird life.
Parramatta River Cruise
You have the option to escape the city traffic on your return to the city. Board your cruise (own expense) and relax as you make your way down the Parramatta River, admiring waterside suburbs and scenery along the way, passing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge before arriving at Circular Quay, where your Small Group tour concludes.