Experience the beauty and tranquility of the Blue Mountains on a full-day, all inclusive tour from Sydney. See highlights including the Three Sisters as you soar above the Jamison Valley on a scenic cableway. Ride the world’s steepest railway to the rainforest floor and take a short guided walk. Enjoy lunch at historic Leura, and meet koalas and kangaroos at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Wind down your tour with a boat cruise along the Parramatta River to Circular Quay.
Escape the city for the beauty of the Blue Mountains on a full-day small-group tour from Sydney traveling by comfortable air-conditioned minicoach. Shake off any sleepiness at your first stop Featherdale Wildlife Park. Get up close to a Koala then have the opportunity to hand feed a Kangaroo and see Wombats, Dingos and native birds as you enjoy morning tea (included). A short hop takes you to Scenic World for rides on three attractions. Board the Scenic Railway, the world’s steepest railway, and descend through a cliffside tunnel to the floor of an ancient rainforest! Disembark and have the option to walk along 1.5 miles (2.4km) of elevated walkways through the lush rainforest. From the forest floor, you’ll step into the Scenic Cableway’s fully-enclosed cabin and ascend the cliff, getting breathtaking views of the Three Sisters, Mt Solitary, Orphan Rock and Katoomba Falls. Then head to the Scenic Skyway for more fun as you glide across the Jamison Valley, soaring up to 885 feet (270m) above the valley floor. *Please note: from 25 July - 16 September 2018, the Cableway at Scenic World will be closed for maintenance. The Walkway, Skyway and Railway at Scenic World will be operating as usual during this time. After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious lunch in a charming café in the heart of the Blue Mountains surrounded by locals then enjoy some free time discovering the unique mountain town of Leura with its quaint shops. Return to Sydney on a boat cruise up the Parramatta River, gliding past waterside suburbs before going under the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, where the tour ends at Circular Quay.