BLUE MOUNTAINS PRIVATE TOURS
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Private Blue Mountains Tours from Sydney
Private day tours from Sydney to the Blue Mountains are full-day tours (duration 8-10 hrs). The Blue Mountains is located 110 km west of Sydney, just over 1.5 hrs travelling time. Our private tours are fully flexible, pickup times and departure points vary, be it hotel, airport or cruise terminal. The Blue Mountains is a place of natural beauty. Enjoy scenery away from crowds. Visit private lookouts to get off the beaten tourist tracks. Enjoy wilderness, waterfalls, sandstone rock formations, see wild kangaroos. In addition, the Blue Mountains is known for fine restaurants featuring local produce, galleries showing local art and private garden, the most famous being Everglades Historic House & Garden. More adventurous travellers can try guided abseiling or canyoning.
We offer a tailored-made itinerary to suit your needs, the itinerary is fully flexible. You start your day with Sydney hotel pickup, we recommend departure time at 8am.
Wentworth Falls & Valley of the Waters
Bushwalkers mecca. Your choice of short or longer walk to suit your needs or just casual stroll to the lookout. Wentworth Falls was visited by Charles Darwin in 1836 and till now, it is a place for nature lovers, centre for bushwalking, canyoning and wildlife watching. Conservation Hut is a nice cafe in bush settings.
Leura town – The Mall, Candy Store & Lunch
Explore the prettiest town in the Blue Mountains area, known as a garden village. The Mall has well-preserved architecture, most buildings were built between 1906 and 1918. Everglades Historic House and Garden is a well-known attraction, Heritage-listed and available to the public
Three Sisters Echo Point Katoomba
Marvel at the scenery, see the iconic rock formation. Enjoy view of Jamison Valley, Mt Solitary and Greater Blue Mountains
Top Blue Mountains Lookouts
Visit intimate Lookouts Away from Crowds. Blackheath and Grose Valley offer a plethora of walks and stunning lookouts without crowds. Pulpit Rock lookout is stunning and easy to access, offering 260-degree view. Lincoln Rock Kings Tableland is known for 300 m drop off and views of Greater Blue Mountains. Nearby there is also the oldest Aboriginal site, shelter with rock art.
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Optional Extra I -AUD $28. It has the biggest collection of Australian wildlife, the biggest collection of koalas in New South Wales. You can find over 1700 animals there. Meet friendly kangaroos and wallabies, an opportunity to pat koala, see wombats, tassie devil, dingoes and more
Optional Extra II – $44. Very popular attraction. The ticket gives you unlimited entry to Scenic Railway, Skyway, Cableway and Walkway. You need approximately 2 hrs there.
|PRICE / GROUP|
|1-2 Guests = AUD $600|
|3-4 Guests = AUD $700|
|5-6 Guests = AUD $800|
|7-8 Guests = AUD $850|
|9-11 Guests = AUD $950|
|Hotel Pickup: 8.00 | Hotel Drop-off: 17.00|
|Tramsport & Sightseeing|
|National Park Entry Fees|
|Scenic World AUD $44 Adult|
|Featherdale Wildlife Park AUD $28 Adult|
Enjoy Breathtaking View. Sandstone Cliffs. Blue Mountains Waterfalls. We choose intimate locations away from crowds not used by tour operators. Read more on Scenic Lookouts
You can find over 140 km walking tracks in the Blue Mountains area. Main walks are located in Wentworth Walls, Katoomba and Blackheath area. Please let us know if you are interested in longer walks over 2hrs. Read more on Best Bush Walks
Blue Mountains Destination
Guide to the Blue Mountains. Useful travel information on weather and climate, bushwalking, recommended things to do and see. Learn More