Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 2-Day Combo: Sydney City Tour, Sydney Harbour Lunch Cruise and Blue Mountains Day Trip. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Highly recommended. Clean buses. Good tourist guides. Great views and good food during cruise. Good trip to Blue Mountain.
A very convenient way to see the sights of Sydney, some of which are located quite some distance apart. Our tour guide was friendly and informative, providing us great insights and tidbits about Sydney. The Blue Mountain trip is a must-do. Amazing views at Echo Point, exhilarating rides at Scenic World, wonderful Aboriginal performances at Waradah and the experience of petting the sleepy furry Koalas at the Wildlife park are memories that we won't forget in a jiffy. Stephen, our Blue Mountain tour guide, was funny and entertaining!
The tours are awesome. I specially like the Blue Mountain Trip, Steven, the tour guide/driver kept us all well informed. He looks after everything, didn't waste a single minute of our time. A Big thumbs up.
the Guide for city tour was really helpful and nice. the whole city tour was knowledgable and fun. Enjoyed the blue mountain day trip and aboriginal show, was quite interesting. Enjoyed the Featherdale private collection of local animals like lovely Kuala, kangaroo.
Very good trip. The coach driver and the tour guide were very knowledgeable. Lot's of photo stops and good commentary.
We had an excellent guide. He had outstanding customer service. His name was Michael. I would definitely recommend this trip to friends and family.
Great tour of the city and the Blue Mountains. Harbour Lunch Cruse was great.
I would take this tour again.
A good value for the two tours that are included. The Blue Mountains day trip was excellent with a stop in a small town for tea, a visit to Scenic World, with views of the Blue Mountains and the rain forest, and a visit to Echo Point for a close-up view of the Three Sisters. The Sydney tour was nice with stops to view the city from different parks, a short tour of the Rocks district, and a visit to Bondi Beach. The lunch cruise is OK and I would recommend it if you are not doing any other harbor cruises.
This 2 Day Tour was perfect for us to see as much as possible in the 3 days in Sydney before our cruise. We had an early pickup, 7:15am from the Sydney Harbour Marriott, on both days, on time. The city tour gave us a glimpse of all the best sites and different areas of the city. The commentary on the coach was interesting by a very nice guide. Important to me was the cleanliness of the coach ,I hate trying to take pictures out of dirty windows! We visited Bondi Beach, advertised as Australia's most famous surf beach. Not crowded at this time of the year and a nice walk on the boardwalk and in the sand. Our 2 hour Sydney Harbor tour by catamaran started at Darling Harbor. We had an excellent seafood buffet and everything on the boat was very clean, including the restrooms. The cruise took us under the Sydney bridge, great view from the outside deck, of the Opera house and Fort Denison. Tour ended at Darling Harbor, but we were told to stay on if we needed to go to Circular Quay, a couple minutes walk from our hotel. The next day was a real treat to visit the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains! Seeing the famous three sisters and Jamison Valley, closer look at Echo point. A little confusing with the crowds and 3 different rides, the very steep incline railroad, the cable car and skyway, at Scenic World, but walked on the valley floor, interesting with relics of the area's coal-mining past. Rides were not included in tour price. The private collection of native animals and birds at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Especially, so close and personal with the koalas and kangaroos. Stopped at Waradah Aboriginal Center with performers in traditional paint and costumes, explaining and playing the didgeridoo.Visited a quaint mountain village called Leura and ended with a visit at Homebush Bay, 2000 Olympic Game Site. Dropped back at the hotel at 6 pm. A very full and long day, worth every penny! Couldn't have seen and experienced so much on our first visit to Sydney without ya!
This is a great trip to do. The city tour was great taking in all the best sights of the city, then you go on the lunch cruise which takes you under the Harbour Bridge, great views of the Opera House too. The buffet lunch was great for us adults, Seafood, rice, curry, salads etc but not a great deal for my fussy 9 year old, although she did like the puds. The Blue Mountains trip was fantastic, loved it and so did my 2 children. Stopped off at Leura for morning tea, which was a lovely quaint village. Try and include the Scenic Skyrail Cableway etc, if you don't have it you can always purchase it there. Riding worlds steepest railway was really good fun, the cable car back up was great too. Went to Echo Point to see the "3 Sisters" views were absolutely stunning. Defo recommend this trip.
We had a short stay in Sydney and this tour covered the basics. The tour guides were excellent
The Blue Mountains with the cable car, railway and Skyway rides was awesome. The Featherdale sanctuary was a great place where they allow you to take pictures right next to the Koalas and Kangaroos without charging like the other parks do. The Sydney city tour and Harbour lunch is a must do.