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Blue Mountains Day Trip and River Cruise

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Pack more into one day on an activity-filled trip to the Blue Mountains 
  • Stop at more sights and lookouts by traveling by bus rather than by train
  • Return to Sydney by boat for a different—and memorable—view of the harbor
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Blue Mountains Day Trip and River Cruise
From US$ 169.55
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Blue Mountains Day Trip and River Cruise
US$ 169.55
Overview
The UNESCO World Heritage–listed Blue Mountains are a must-see for anyone visiting Sydney. Eliminate the stress of organizing transportation and admission tickets on this hassle-free day trip. By traveling to the dazzling natural attraction by bus rather than train, you can stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park and Wentworth Falls along the way. Plus, a sightseeing cruise back to Sydney completes this extra-special experience.
What to Expect

Your day trip to the Blue Mountains begins with convenient pickup from your Sydney hotel. The first stop is the town of Leura, where you enjoy tea and browse the shops. Continue to the lookout at Echo Point for views of the Three Sisters, a famous and unusual rock formation surrounded by the scenic Blue Mountains.

Then head to Scenic World Blue Mountains, where you can experience rides on the railway, skyway, and cable car—all of which provide different perspectives of Mt. Solitary, Katoomba Falls, and Jamison Valley. Following your visit to Scenic World, stop at Wentworth Falls for a 2-course lunch. 

Continue on to Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to native species such as koalas and kangaroos, and then board a sightseeing cruise that returns you to Sydney in style. Pass iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, and conclude your tour in Circular Quay.

*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.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Awesome Day out

Did an amazing day tour from Sydney with AAT Kings to the Blue Mountains. We were taken to Echo Point in Katoomba on arrival to take in the breath taking views of the 3 sisters. Then went onto do all of the rides at Scenic...More

Thank LeanneC72
Reviewed 1 week ago
Blue Mountains Day Trip and River Cruise

Absolutely great day trip for those with little time in Sydney. The tour guide, Glenn was great and we really enjoyed his informative commentary. Each of the places visited were enjoyable and at times thrilling! Can't recommend this day trip enough.

Thank Amanda C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Blue mountain

Today, I went to blue mountain with iToursntix agent, our coordinator (Robert) was very professional and helpful. He explained us the history of many places during our trip. The trip includes seeing the views, seeing waradah aboriginal culture, visiting featherdale wildlife park and river trip...More

1  Thank Tourism L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Anderson small group tour blue mountains

Our guide, Kat, was GREAT. She made everyone in our group feel welcome and started the trip with lots of loval info. She was very outgoing and it shows that she loves her job. The tour was well paced and gave us enough time at...More

1  Thank Diane B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great option to visit the blue mountains

We chose the excursion to visit the blue mountains with the option of using the skyway, railway and cableway, we loved it. In the afternoon we visited the featherdale wildlife park and then returned by ferry to Sydney. All recommendable. Our guide, Trys, was very...More

Thank David C
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Janet P
10 May 2018|
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Response from Jeroen B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Janet P, We stayed in an AirBnB in Sydney. What we did is checked on the website of AAT Kings at which hotels the bus will stop for the Blue Mountain trip. If you click on the box 'find your hotel' a list of hotels pop... More
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