Day Tours Sydney Hotel Pickup Departure Time 7.30am -8.15am
RiverCat Return – Arrival at Sydney Harbour 5.15pm
Three Sisters Lookout Echo Point Viewing Platform Katoomba
Lincoln Rock Lookout Kings Tableland
Wentworth Falls Bushwalk
Cahills Lookout Boars Head Megalong Valley
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Leura The Mall & Bridal Veil Waterfalls
Great Trip With Very Knowledgeable Guide
Our guide was amazing and very knowledgeable. We did a longer hike ….I definetely recommend this tour and the end with the ferry ride just completed a fantastic day REVIEW Vicki
How different are your tours?
We offer genuine small groups of 10 guests. Most of tour operators have small groups of 22-28 guests.
Are you offering hotel pickup?
Yes, we do offer Sydney City hotel pickup. Detailed pick up information is sent via email couple days before the departure of the tour. When making your booking, please let us know your hotel address.
Can we pay cash on the day?
Yes. Sometimes it might be easier for you to pay cash, it is possible to book and pay on the day.
Why do you finish earlier than other tour operators?
You still see more. Our bush walk is a nice scenic round walk (rather than a walk to a lookout). It takes less time for 10 guests to get on and off the minibus. Plus minibus can take roads not suitable to bigger buses
How different are your tours?
Our tours are small group tours of 10 guests. Most of tour operator have small group of 22-28 guests. Our walk is more comprehensive.
What cars do you use?
Toyota Commuter 12 seater or Mercedes Benz 12 seater or Hyundai 7 seater
Can we see wild koala?
No. You can not see koala. Koalas were not spotted in upper parts of the Blue Mountains since 1940’s.
How far are the Blue Mountains from Sydney?
The Blue Mountains is located 110km west of Sydney, only 1.5hr by minibus.
The Blue Mountains climate is cooler than in Sydney. The climate varies with elevation. There is generally a 2°C drop in temperature with every 300 metres increase in altitude. Summer months December to February are warmer, occasionally reaching 30 °C. Winter months June to August have mean maximum temperature 10 °C.
Why is the Blue Mountains called Blue?
The atmosphere is filled with droplets of Eucalyptus oil, which, in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter the light, giving them blue haze. That’s why they are blue.
How much Eucalyptus is there?
A lot. Over one million hectares of World Heritage-listed bushland densely populated by Eucalyptus trees.
Breathtaking View. Sandstone Cliffs. Blue Mountains Waterfalls. Lincoln Rock Kings Tableland is not accessible to big coaches keeping it pristine and natural. Read more on Scenic Lookouts
You can find over 140 km walking tracks. Blue Mountains Tour Active Day Trip visits Undercliff Track, over 1hr scenic walk. Or join Blue Mountains Tour and Wildlife and visit short walk in Leura Cascades. Private tours have flexible itinerary, please let us know if you prefer longer over 2hrs walk. Read more on Best Bush Walks
Weather & Climate
The upper parts of the Blue Mountains are in 1000m of elavation. The climate is different to Sydney, it can even snow. Usefull links, for Current Weather Forecast and Climate Information.
Guide to Blue Mountains
110km West of Sydney The Blue Mountains area 11.400km² Australian Grand Canyon Find Out What To Wear? What Is Katoomba Weather Like? Recommended Blue Mountains Hotels
We do offer local pick-up/drop off from most hotels based in Wentworth Falls, Katoomba and Leura area. Accommodation varies, price should not be the only criterion, but also take into consideration easy access to public transport or proximity to bushwalks.