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Blue Mountains Day Tour from Sydney

Tour Itinerary

7.15am to Your Blue Mountains Tour commences with pick ups from various city hotels and locations. The best way for a Blue Mountains Tour is out over the Sydney Harbour Bridge stopping at Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to a vast number of Australian Native animals.   Arrive Featherdale Wildlife Park Morning tea/coffee and an ANZAC biscuit. Depart for Blue Mountains We drive through the towns of Glenbrook, Blaxland, Springwood, Lawson and Wentworth Falls which are on the main road from Sydney and serviced by the excellent Blue Mountains Trains service. Many people live in the Blue Mountains towns and commute to Sydney city every day. We visit our most remote Blue Mountains Lookout, Kings Tableland, which was recently renamed Lincoln’s Rock after the famous Mt Everest Conqueror with restricted access to small buses. Fabulous views! Our next stop is for a light lunch  at the the pretty Blue Mountains Village of Leura, the quaintest village of all in the Blue Mountains. . After lunch you will have time to stroll around the shops. Depart Leura for Echo Point, home to the Three Sisters enjoying some  Magnificent Blue  Mountains sightseeing including; 

3.00 pm. If doing the Scenic World Rides , we arrive at  Scenic World the largest Tourist attraction in New South Wales. If it is not overcrowded you can opt in for the rides. We get a special discount buying them on the day. All 3 cable car rides are included with your Scenic World ticket at a cost of $46 Adults $33 Child. The driver has a credit card machine on the bus and can process a credit card payment. Mastercard or Visa cards accepted.

If you prefer to forget the rides we will have you doing some easy short walks along the cliff top, you will be able to choose between different easy walks through the majestic Blue Mountains. We will be able to advise you on the suitability of some walks for you. There is some great souvenir shops at Scenic World and a cafe to get a relaxing coffee and watch the action. Depart Scenic World/Three Sisters for the  drive down the highway towards Sydney, arriving at Olympic Park for a  Ferry  River Cruise down the Parramatta River to the city, arriving Circular Quay

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Blue Mountains tour with Wildlife Park and Ferry – BM1