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Blue Mountains Day Trip from Sydney Including Scenic World

Highlights
  • Day trip to Blue Mountains from Sydney covers more attractions in less time
  • Beat the crowds on an early morning visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park
  • Three sightseeing rides at Scenic World Blue Mountains included
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Blue Mountains Day Trip from Sydney Including Scenic World
From US$108,90
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Blue Mountains Day Trip from Sydney Including Scenic World
From US$108,91
Overview
Cover more Blue Mountain attractions in less time on this day trip from Sydney. An early morning visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park lets you safely view Australian wildlife before the crowds rush in, and a trip to Scenic World Blue Mountains includes three sightseeing rides over the UNESCO-listed rain forest. Plus, your guide knows the best viewpoints for the Three Sisters and other panoramic mountain vistas.
What to Expect
Begin your day with pickup from your central Sydney hotel or other centrally located pickup point. Meet your guide and group, and board a bus to Featherdale Wildlife Park. An early morning visit lets you beat the crowds and spend more time viewing koalas, kangaroos, and other Australian wildlife.

Then, head to Echo Point Katoomba for an unbeatable view of the Three Sisters rock formation, one of the most well-known attractions in the Blue Mountains. Stop just long enough to learn the history of the area and snap a picture before continuing to the sightseeing rides at Scenic World Blue Mountains. Take three rides around the UNESCO-listed rain forest, including the glass-bottomed cableway that goes right past Katoomba Falls.

Complete your tour with a ferry ride back to Darling Harbour or Circular Quay, swapping rush hour traffic for a scenic cruise past some of Sydney’s most valuable real estate.
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1 - 5 of 29 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour with excellent guide

The day started with a very friendly pickup and I felt really welcomed. Once all guests were on the bus, Jed explained us what to expect and introduced the timetable. Our first stop was the Featherdale Wildlife Park. This zoo is specialized in Australian animals....More

Thank Vancra2210
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nothing super note worthy

This trip really depends on the group and your expectations. I was unfortunate enough to be with a large group that knew each other and brought along their small children. The Featherdale Wildlife Park is nice. The kangaroos are often available to pet but are...More

Thank Amy Z
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
cable car ride

excellent views.a variety of experiences including cable car ride.?small tram way.Able to get refreshments easily although crowded at times.

Thank caol m
Reviewed 11 May 2018
A great day out

Our driver/guide Rae was great. She was extremely knowledgeable, engaging and entertaining. Featherdale was good but the hour stop for lunch was unnecessary and we could have spent more time at Scenic World and eaten something there. The blue mountains were awesome. The boat ride...More

1  Thank 000-Marco-000
Reviewed 29 April 2018
Great Value, Excellent Commentary by Driver

Our driver Mark ( ex Leura local) was excellent with his commentary. We had plenty of time at each stop to take in the surroundings. The ferry ride back from Homebush was an added bonus.

Thank Adrian6942
Twokids1512, Manager at FJ Tours - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 29 April 2018

Thank you Adrian6942 for taking the time to review your recent Blue Mountains tour and for the 5 star rating, Happy Travels Mark P

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Ratna N
3 May 2018|
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Response from GriffoHorsham | Reviewed this property |
Hi - we got back about 6.30 pm
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Gayle C
23 April 2018|
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Response from GriffoHorsham | Reviewed this property |
On our tour there were about 6 different small buses operating with 8-10 passengers in each bus.
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