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Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney, Including Scenic World

From US$181.11
Highlights
  • Full-day guided Blue Mountains small-group tour (14 or fewer) from Sydney
  • A stop at Scenic World, including three rides, at no additional cost
  • Lunch included with beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, or tea
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Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney, Including Scenic World
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Blue Mountains Small-Group Day Trip from Sydney, Including Scenic World
US$181.11
Overview
Get a comprehensive tour of the Blue Mountains region from Sydney, with all activities and transportation included. This tour makes undertaking this jam-packed day easy. With a small group of just 14 people or fewer, get views of the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters, and then hit Scenic World and the Featherdale Wildlife Park. Lunch and a drink are included before returning to Sydney via ferry.
What to Expect
Begin your jam-packed day with convenient pickup at your Sydney hotel. Settle in to your seat and enjoy the scenery on the 1.5-hour drive to Wentworth Falls, glad you aren't doing the driving or navigating. Stop at Lincoln's Rock to get views and photo ops of the Jamison Valley before heading on to Scenic World, where three rides are included: the Scenic Skyway, the Scenic Cableway, and the world's steepest railroad (the Scenic Railway).

Stop at Echo Rock for views of the Three Sisters before taking a break for a hot lunch accompanied by beer, wine, soft drink, tea, or coffee. Depart after lunch for Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you'll see tons of native Australian animals, such as kangaroos, wombats, and others. Return to Sydney via ferry on the Parramatta River, past riverfront suburbs and under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, disembarking at Darling Harbour or Circular Quay.
Reviews (23)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
High level of awesomeness

My husband and I went on our tour with Rod as our guide. He told us at the beginning that we’d experience a “high level of awesomeness” and he was right. He was friendly, fun and knowledgeable. This tour gives you enough time to explore...More

1  Thank Allo602
Reviewed 15 September 2018 via mobile
Not your average tour! Get off the beaten path with Rod!

We knew immediately upon meeting our guide, Rod that we were going to have a unique experience. With this tour you don’t suffer through all the crowded tourist traps. The tour maxes out at 14 people, so you’re not forced to wait for loads of...More

1  Thank Jessica G
Reviewed 6 August 2018
Great tour for our family!

We had a family of 13 traveling on the Blue Mountain Tour with Rod. He was an exceptional tour guide and host, entertaining us with many stories and answering all our questions (even silly ones)! We had so much fun, young and old, during the...More

Thank Irene S
Reviewed 4 August 2018
Wonderful experience, fantastic views

The trip was just great. Everything organized perfectly and on time. Out guide, Rob, took us to many famous places avoiding the crowds (the blue mountains, the three sisters, scenic world), and other equally beautiful, where the groups do not go. Lots of interesting information...More

Thank Beata B
Reviewed 4 July 2018
Wonderful Tour

When traveling, I think group tours are the way to go. You get a much more personalized experience and spend less time waiting for people to get back to the bus. This tour was one of the best small group tours I've taken. Our tour...More

1  Thank nanosmom
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icnole06
13 June 2018|
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Response from mvprofit | Reviewed this property |
Quite sure, but check. We picked up folks from multiple hotels.
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