Chifley Eastern Creek

Corner Brabham & Peter Brock Drive, Eastern Creek, Sydney, 2766, Australia
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Blue Moutains Tour

by jserel

Hello,

Grateful if someone could recommend/provide links to sensibly priced Blue Mountain Day tours. Which one is best.


Thank you much!

Re: Blue Moutains Tour

by lynnehamman

A good way to see the Blue Mountains & Katoomba is to go by train-
once you get to Katoomba- there is a free shuttle bus which goes around to all the lookout spots.
The train takes about one hour.
For day tours- best to go to a travel agent and compare prices. There are a few companies that do it, but its not cheap.

Re: Blue Moutains Tour

by imolinar

I found this one http://www.oztrek.com.au/
recommended by various travel books. I am planning on taking it when we go there in November.

Re: Blue Moutains Tour

by balhannah

Catch the train to the Blue Mountains, and then do the trolley tour.
http://www.trolleytours.com.au/

Re: Blue Moutains Tour

by emerald125

I highly recommend Blue Mountains Walkabout... its run by an aboriginal guide and is a full day tour that leaves from Katoomba Station.

I have more information about it on my page I have made on Aboriginal Sydney...

http://www.squidoo.com/aboriginal-sydney-

Travel Tips for Sydney

My First Glimpse of Sydney

by LadyRVG

My first glimpse of Sydney was from my airplane seat. It was absolutely magical flying above the city;gradually seeing landmarks become clearer and clearer. Seeing the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House from the plane was unbelievable. I was so excited to be spending my birthday in a wonderful and new city.

Have a drink near a beach and...

by Liset

Have a drink near a beach and go back by ferry to Circular Quay When I think of Sydney this one sunday evening always crosses my mind. Imagine you're sitting on a nice terrace near the Pacific (near Manly beach), a band plays jazzy music, the sun sets down and you drink a nice Chardonnay with friends. Once it gets dark take the ferry to Circular Quay and just enjoy Sydney's skyline. I had a wonderful time!

Barrenjoey lighthouse.

by laughingsun69

Sydneys most northern point is palm beach where you will also find barrenjoey lighthouse featured on the popular TV show home and away .Its a great walk up to the lighthouse and awsome views once your there make sure you got good shoes though as it can be rocky .You can catch a bus to here from the wynyard bus terminal in the city or the bus terminal at manly wharf ,its the palm beach bus .

Dining out?

by iandsmith

There are many waterside restaurants in Sydney. Doyle's is probably the most famous. Three generations of the family have participated in that venture but you can dine more cheaply or more expensively, depending on your needs. Me, I'm happy so long as the food is edible and the company is fine. I can't help it if I'm always surrounded by women.
That's Rosemarie on the left and her son's partner, Kim, on the right.
We're dining at the Boatrowers, a club tucked well into Mosman Bay with a bistro upstairs (where we are) and a classier restaurant downstairs.
This club is a noted haunt of many famous Sydney personalities, particularly those of artistic bent.
Just to the right is a barbecue where you have the option to grill your own steak or you can choose something else, as we did, and let them bring it to you.
Whatever you choose, the view's the same. Not too hard to take at all, thank you!

Driving on the Left

by cjg1

Here in Australia they drive on the left side of the road. This can make an American a bit batty trying to get accustomed. Remember when crossing the street to look right. Before the Sydney Olympics they decided to paint signs on the street corners to advise pedestrians to "LOOK RIGHT" to avoid any traffic mishaps. Our friends have told us these signs are fairly new however having been put in for the 2000 Olympics.

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