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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise

By: Oz Trails
Highlights
  • See the Three Sisters rock formation and Aboriginal rock carvings
  • Explore the charming country towns of Leura and Katoomba
  • Cruise back to Sydney Harbour on the Parramatta River
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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise
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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise
US$74,33
Overview

Explore the Blue Mountains, see ancient rock formations, get a taste of small-town country life and cruise down the Parramatta River on this full-day tour form Sydney. Designed for visitors who want to get out of Sydney and see a slice of life in the Blue Mountains. Keep your camera handy for many scenic photo ops and learn about Aboriginal history from your guide.

What to Expect

The day starts with a pick-up from your hotel. Then begin the journey to the Blue Mountains. Stop at Kings Tableland or Evans Lookout for photo-worthy views of the Blue Mountains.

From here, take an easy bushwalk to Wentworth Falls for more views, before stopping in the small country town of Leura where you have time to explore on your own and choose from a great variety of restaurants and cafes for lunch (own expense).

Then it’s on to Katoomba, the heart of the Blue Mountains, where you see the Three Sister’s rock formation and learn some Aboriginal folklore about the site. 

You can then explore Scenic World a popular attraction with cable cars, a skyway, the ‘world’s steepest railway’, and other activities at an additional cost

Then avoid traffic and take a river cruise along the Parramatta, which leads you back to the Sydney Harbour where your tour ends.

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1 - 5 of 121 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great day in the Blue Mountains

We all had a great day in the Blue Mountains with our very knowledgeable and friendly tour guide, Jason. Scenic World was amazing and would have loved more time to go on the train again and again! Fabulous day trip for the two of us...More

Thank AHJan2018
Reviewed 1 week ago
What You Get is More Than What You Paid

We are lucky to have perfect weather to go up to Blue Mountains. Our tour guide, Les is as perfect as the weather. During the transit period, he will tell you the history of the spots we passed by and is a value added service....More

1  Thank Jia1200
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent Tour, Excellent Sights, Excellent Guide

I had a fantastic time on this tour. Our guide was Les and his colorful commentary just added to what was already an amazing experience, great OZ banter and high energy that kept all of us awake. He was also great at time management in...More

Thank leom1994
Reviewed 1 week ago
Definitely worth a trip to the Blue Mountains

Dimitri, the tour guide, was brilliant from the start. He gave a good history of Sydney as we drove out of the city. It was a good small bus group, accessible to places where bigger coaches couldnt go. The stops were well planned and interesting....More

Thank DonnaSunshineCoast
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Highly recommend

My friend and I are just visiting Sydney for three days and were told to check out the Blue Mountains. We booked with Oz Trails, had a fantastic day and would say this is a must do for anyone visiting. The tour included the best...More

Thank James B
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tester11112222333
6 May 2018|
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Response from Olivia199105 | Reviewed this property |
If its raining and overcast its not worth it.. you wont be able to see the 2 sisters or anything around it..
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HBdan
4 April 2018|
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Response from Tiffany W | Reviewed this property |
No there is not time for anything else. The trip back on the ferry was about half an hour from memory
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