The Blue Mountains National Park is a sandstone plateaux with spectacular gorges and escarpments, covered by eucalypt forest. We have had to be selective as there is so much to see and do. After a wake-up coffee on the way to the mountains we will start with some wonderful lookouts and vistas (5 in all). The next stop is the Giant Stairway for a closer examination of the Three Sisters followed by a replenishing lunch. After lunch we can visit Leura Village, Scenic World and the Hydro Majestic Hotel. This itinerary is adjustable. Sydney Nimble is a small group private tour which allows us to be flexible and make decisions as we go. You might wish to include a bushwalk (short or long), visit a local with fantastic escarpment views or drop by the Norman Lindsay Gallery. The Blue Mountains is a place of exceptional beauty and you owe it to yourself to do the day in style with Sydney Nimble Tours.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: The Giant Stairway, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, New South WalesGet up and close to the iconic three sisters when we descend the Giant Stairway.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Govetts Leap, Blackheath, Blue Mountains, New South WalesTo gauge the enormity of the Blue Mountains we will visit 5 different lookouts, one of which is Govetts LeapDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Scenic World Blue Mountains, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, New South WalesExperience the Skyway and steepest incline railway in the world at Scenic World.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Leura Mall, Leura, Blue Mountains, New South WalesLeura Village is a quaint village with some good lunch optionsDuration: 45 minutesStop At: The Blackheath Hub, Blackheath, Blue Mountains, New South WalesJust near Blackheath is the Hydro Majestic Hotel - we will drop by and experience its charm and art deco architecture.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum, Faulconbridge, Blue Mountains, New South WalesWe have a choice of visiting the Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum or visiting a local mountains man who has a deck with exhilarating views of the Blackheath escarpment. A difficult decision!Duration: 1 hour