Head for the hills on this small-group Blue Mountains day trip from Sydney, exploring the natural beauty of this stunning region. Enjoy breakfast with koalas and other native animals at Featherdale Nature Park. Take a complete circuit of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and discover many places unknown to other tourists.
- Done in English
- Instant confirmation
- Treat yourself to a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Visit with local guide
- Personalized service for small groups
- Breakfast included
- Lunch included
This small-group tour offers the most incredible Blue Mountains National Park experience. Start with an exclusive breakfast with the koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park, which includes a selection of fresh fruit, croissants, rolls, ham, cheese, juice, tea or coffee. Experience face to face with other native Australian animals such as kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, dingoes and an incredible variety of birds and reptiles.
Travel to the Blue Mountains on this tour that allows time to stop and learn about the history of Hartley Vale, a unique little town with one of Australia's finest collections of historic buildings, before continuing lunch at the Katoomba Golf Club.
Nestled near the Jamison Valley, Katoomba Golf Club offers exceptional facilities and great views of the golf course and surrounding areas. There is a choice of two main courses and five main courses with vegetarian options available. Tea and coffee are also included. There is also a bar where you can purchase additional drinks to accompany your meal.
In the afternoon, take in sweeping views of the Three Sisters or enjoy experiences at Scenic World (own expense) before drinking your glasses of champagne at Wentworth Falls Lookout.
Starting point :
Pick up from Sydney hotels
The InterContinental Hotel
Departure time :
- 7.00 p.m
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Hotel pickups begin before this time; exact pickup time will be advised upon reconfirmation.
Return to the starting point around 16:30-17:00 p.m.