Blue Mountains TOUR Explorer
Blue Mountains Active Day Trip
Bushwalk | Scenic Lookouts | Waterfalls
Comprehensive Commentary & Itinerary
Small Group 10 Guests
Explore the Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains Day Trip
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains is a must-see destination when visiting Sydney. The Blue Mountains region is 1.5hrs west of Sydney. Over one million hectares of World Heritage-listed bushland. More than 140 kilometres of walking trails. The Blue Mountains is densely populated by Eucalyptus trees. The atmosphere is filled with droplets of oil, which, in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter the light, giving them blue haze.
Sydney City Hotel Pick-up
Your tour starts with Sydney City hotel pick up (most hotels) or meet us at 8am @ Hotel Marriott 30 Pitt Street near Circular Quay. (the exact pick up times will be emailed to you, pickup time vary between 7.30am-8.15am)
Wentworth Falls Bushwalk
Our first stop is at Wentworth Falls, a bushwalker’s mecca at the heart of the Blue Mountains national park.
Take guided scenic round walk along Undercliff Track offering views of the cliffs and Wentworth Falls. Very scenic 1hr 20min round walk provided.
Please note, some steps, no rails. Other tour operators visit Princess Rock lookout and return, 25min walk, this is round 1hr 20min walk. (Princes Rock lookout, Undercliff Track, Fletchers Lookout, Upper Waterfalls and back to car park, not suitable for people with any walking difficulty.
Leura - Lunch & the Mall
By lunch time we reach Leura village (also known as garden village) famous for The Mall and Candy Store. Free time to enjoy your lunch.
Three Sisters at Echo Point Lookout
Follow scenic cliff drive; reach Katoomba and viewing platform Echo Point overlooking the Greater Blue Mountains and the iconic Three Sisters, one of the best-known rock formations. Enjoy the panoramic view.
Boars Head Cahills Lookout Megalong Valley
Boars Head rock formation is overlooking Megalong Valley. View bush, farmland and Narrow Neck Peninsula. Enjoy the scenery away from the crowds. See bush regeneration after 2014 wild fire. Find out why Blue Mountains are called blue.
Lincoln Rock Kings Tableland
Our last stop is Lincoln Rock, part of Kings Tableland. Top photography spot offering panoramic view of Jamison Valley.
Tour concludes with RiverCat ferry cruise back to Sydney Harbour. No extra charge. Arrival to at 5.20pm
- Sydney City Hotel Pick-up or meet us at Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel 30 Pitt Street at Circular Quay @8.00am
- RiverCat cruise back to Sydney Harbour. Arrival 5.20pm
- Knowledgeable Guide – Guided Walk – Blue Mountains National Park entry fees
- Genuine Small Groups – Max 10 Guests
- Lunch – Your choice of BYO bring your own, cafe or bakery or restaurant; own expense, price range AUD $8-$35
Entry to Skyway-Walkway-Cableway-Railway attractions – the highest cable car – the biggest cable car & the steepest passenger railway (we allow 2hrs for visit during the lunchtime, instead of a visit to Leura and Boars Head)
- Lincoln Rock top photography spot
- Wentworth Falls scenic round walk
- Australian Grand Canyon
- Three Sisters – Echo Point Lookout
Every months we donate money to help people in need. Projects we support are based not only in Australia but also around the world. This month we are supporting Virunga National Park
Other Blue Mountains Trips
Private Blue Mountains Tour
Tailored-made itinerary to suit your needs
1-4 Guests = AUD $600 | 5-6 Guests = $700
Blue Mountains & Wildlife Park
Visit scenic lookouts & waterfalls. Visit Featherdale wildlife park, known for the biggest collection of Australian wildlife
The climate varies with elevation. There is generally a 2°C drop in temperature every 300 metres increase in altitude. At Katoomba, (1,010 m or 3,314 ft) the summer average maximum temperature is around 22 °C with a few days extending into the 30s (80s–90s °F) . Night-time temperatures are usually in the teens but can
Best Blue Mountains Bushwalks Grand Canyon Track ~ Blackheath ~ 3hrs The track takes you into the heart of this World Heritage-listed area. It’s an adventurous track. From Evans lookout, the track meanders through luscious vegetation of ferns and golden wattles, close to a creek, refreshing environment especially for the summer months. Some sections can be challenging,
Blue Mountains Wildlife The Greater Blue Mountains Area was inscribed on the World Heritage list on 29 November 2000. The Greater Blue Mountains Area is over 1 million hectares containing: Sandstone plateau Escarpments and gorges Temperate Eucalypt forest Biodiversity: 10% of the vascular flora Large numbers of rare or threatened species (e.g. The Wollemi pine)