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Experience the beauty and history of the Blue Mountains on this private full-day tour. Start with a cable car journey for views of the Jamison Valley and then see the Three Sisters rock formation. Visit Scenic World and ride the ‘world’s steepest railway’, and stop for lunch in the picturesque town of Leura (own expense). Next you’ll experience a traditional Aboriginal dance performance, and feed a Kangaroo if you choose. This tour is ideal for visitors who want to get out of the city learn about Australian culture and history.
Explore the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park on this small-group excursion with a local guide. After a convenient hotel or AirBnB pickup, watch for koalas, wombats, and crocodiles at Featherdale Wildlife Park, marvel at Katoomba Falls and the amazing Three Sisters rock formation, enjoy a rainforest railway ride and a complimentary lunch, and learn about important elements of aboriginal culture.
Nature lovers—this is the tour for you! Swap the hustle and bustle of Sydney for a day exploring the natural beauty outside the city. Avoid spending time stuck in traffic by going on a tour designed to miss peak hour traffic jams. A guided bushwalk is included, so you won’t have to worry about studying a map. See Wentworth Falls, and the Three Sisters rock formation. A highlight is an incredible sunset over the Blue Mountains—the ideal photo opportunity.
Experience canyoning in the Blue Mountains on this adventure tour from Wentworth Falls. Empress Canyon is a beginner-friendly slot canyon that offers opportunities for rock jumps, a waterfall abseil, and short swims, all with the assistance of a guide. During your time in the canyon, you can also admire the scenery of moss-covered walls and Jamison Valley views.
If you have a taste for adventure but not much experience, join this guided half-day abseiling adventure from Katoomba. Enjoy the opportunity to take in the views of the Blue Mountains as you rappel down a rock face under the supervision of a guide. Suitable for those with little or no experience, this small-group tour includes all abseiling equipment as well as personalized attention and instruction to ensure your comfort and safety.
Get off the beaten track and away from the crowds on this small-group 4-wheel-drive tour of the Blue Mountains that includes private access to a property with sweeping views of Capertee Valley, the largest enclosed canyon in the Southern Hemisphere. Visit the Lost City, a formation of rock pagodas created naturally over millions of years, and see artwork made by indigenous Aboriginal people thousands of years ago. Along the way, stop at the Royal Hotel at Capertee for a home-cooked lunch.
The Blue Mountains is a beautiful area to explore but if you want to get up close and embark upon a real adventure, book this guided abseiling and canyon tour. The first half of the day is spent abseiling, beginning with small cliffs and building up to those more challenging ones. After an included lunch walk to the start of the canyon, wade into a creek, and jump into a rock pool. After some exhilarating water jumps and swims, abseil out of the canyon and into the rock pool below.
Join us on a guided journey to the Lithgow regions iconic Glow Worm Tunnel in Wollemi National Park and be allured by the dazzling lights of its rare and elusive glow worms.Following the historical footprint of the Wolgan Valley Railway, the Glow Worm Tunnel Hike meanders through fern tree laden gorges and mountain streams, past sandstone pagodas and spectacular panoramic views onto the aptly named Glow Worm Tunnel. Entering the former railway tunnel into complete darkness, guests are treated to a celestial like experience – the emergence of thousands of glow worms!At Wolgan Valley Eco Tours we believe that walking is a great way to explore the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Our small group sizes, personalised service and experienced local guide offers guests a greater opportunity to experience and learn more about the history, ecology, flora and fauna, climate and geology that make this landscape unique.
You didn’t come to the Blue Mountains to see the inside of a bus did you? Get right into the heart of it on this action-filled day hike in the beautiful World Heritage National Park. Walk along trails visited only by locals, with an award-winning guide who will share stories and fascinating facts that you won't learn on any other tour. You’ll also have the opportunity to ride out of the valley in style on the World’s steepest train – backwards! Say goodbye to soggy sandwiches. Instead, enjoy morning tea in the forest, with a selection of Australian native teas, fresh bush coffee and locally-made cookies. At lunch time, we can savour a gourmet picnic platter of cheese and deli meats, artisan crackers, freshly baked sourdough bread and other local products from the Blue Mountains region, made fresh, just for you. This tour is perfect for anyone who wants a locally guided experience, away from the crowds and amongst the beautiful nature that made the Blue Mountains so famous!