Private Blue Mountains & Hawkesbury Tour


Private Tour Blue Mountains & Hawkesbury Trails

Our Private Tours offer flexible touring. We choose stops based on your preference, interests. This can be discussed in advance, but it is perfectly fine to discuss the itinerary on the day. Our guides have excellent local knowledge, as well as good knowledge of geology and natural science.

Marvel at the beauty of the Blue Mountains. On the way back visit Hawkesbury trails, the food bowl of Sydney.

This is suggested itinerary only. Our first stop is at Lincoln Rock Lookout at Kings Tableland, top photography spot known for 300m drop and offering a stunning view of greater Blue Mountains. Next, we visit Wentworth Falls for a short walk. We stop to see Katoomba Falls as well as the iconic Three Sisters rock formation. We will be leaving the Blue Mountains just after lunch, visiting a lookout overlooking Grose Valley. (to return back to Sydney via Hawkesbury trail. The beautiful Hawkesbury region offers food and farm trails, we can find orchards, vineyards and farm gates there. Bilpin is considered apple country, few cideries are open for tasting. Bells Line road is also part of Botanist Way, the highlight being Blue Mountains Botanic Garden at Mount Tomah.

Things to See & Do

  • Lincoln Rock Lookout

  • Bilpin Cidery

  • Three Sisters Katoomba

  • Mt Tomah Botanic Garden

  • Katoomba Falls

  • Farm Trail

  • Grose Valley Blackheath

  • Cahills Lookout Megalong Valley

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden
Cidery Tasting Hawksbury Trails near Sydney
lincoln rock lookout kings tableland upper Blue Mountains
See Three Sisters Echo Point Lookout while on Blue Mountains Tour, popular Sydney Day Tour
Boars head Cahills Lookout
Narrow Neck rock formation and Megalong Valley Katoomba

Hawkesbury Trails

After leaving the Blue Mountains, we will join Bells Line Road that takes us to the Hawkesbury trail. Today area is known as the food bowl of Sydney.

In June 1789, Governor Arthur Phillip and 40 men made the first European exploration of the Hawkesbury River. The land looked promising, farming land was found.

The first European settlers arrived in 1796. In 1810, Governor Macquarie started to expand and build new towns. Townships of Windsor, Richmond, Wilberforce, Pitt Town and Castlereagh were established.

Bells Line Road is 60km road crossing the Blue Mountains. The route, part of the traditional Aboriginal walkabouts, was shown to Archibald Bell by Darug people in 1823.

Farm Land Hawkesbury Compressor

Flexible Itinerary

  • Family Friendly

  • Bush Walks All Levels

  • Local Guides

  • Local Food & Wine

  • Iconic Landmarks

  • Native Wildlife

  • Scenic Scountry Drive

  • Fully Flexible

1-2 Guests = AUD $600
3-4 Guests = AUD $700
5-6 Guests = AUD $800
7-8 Guests = AUD $900
9-11 Guests = AUD $1000
Hotel Pickup 8am & Hotel Drop-off 17.30pm
Knowleadgeable Guide
Sightseeing & Transport
Food & Drinks

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