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Private Blue Mountains and Wildlife Park Tour Day Trip from Sydney with Barbecue Lunch
"Relax in peace and comfort as you take luxurious private tour with your guide who has extensive knowledge of Sydney and its surrounding areas including the Blue Mountains. Drawing on his concierge experience let your guide tailor an experience that will surpass your wildest expectations. Snap selfies with hopping kangaroos and cuddly koalas admire the artwork of a renowned Australian artist and wander down forest trails looking for native wildlife. Visit the Featherdale Wildlife Park check out the gallery at the former home of Norman Lindsay and explore the Blue Mountains.After pick up from your private guide right outside your Sydney hotel
From AUD700.00
 
Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Self-Guided Hike
"Your informative and knowledgeable guide will collect you from your Sydney hotel to commence your small group deluxe tour into the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage region. The Blue Mountains National Park is one of seven national parks deep ravines and hazy blue eucalypt forests boasts luxury retreats and the world’s steepest railway. Today your guide will take you off the beaten track to visit remote lookout locations and discuss the history flora and fauna of this magnificent region.The first stop is Featherdale Wildlife Park where you will arrive and meet the native Australian animals. Here you can get up close and personal stroke a koala and hand feed kangaroos wallabies and emus. If you have chosen to upgrade next you'll enjoy a delicious continental breakfast as you get up close to the koalas (August 1 2016 onward).Departing from Featherdale
From AUD225.00
 
Blue Mountains Deluxe Small Group Eco Tour from Sydney
"The first stop on your Blue Mountains Eco tour is Featherdale Wildlife Park. You'll arrive at the park before any other tourists and have the opportunity to get up close to the animals stroke a koala and hand feed kangaroos wallabies and emus. If you have chosen to upgrade to the breakfast with koalas (available from August 1 2016) you'll enjoy a continental breakfast as the animal handler allows you to get up close and personal with a Koala and other animals.Departing from Featherdale we commence our drive to the Blue Mountains via the highway. We will travel through the picturesque village of Wentworth Falls home to a good collection of Victorian and other historic buildings and onto the Wentworth Falls Lookout. With spectacular views over the Jamison Valley and the magnificent waterfall for which it is named this beautiful lookout is our first stop. Here we enjoy a leisurely 30 minute round trip walk to see the WaterfallsNext
From AUD219.00

Most Viewed Things to Do in Blue Mountains National Park

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three sisters blue mountains

The 3 sisters is an unusual rock formation at Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. The views from the lookouts are stunning. It's nice to get there early in the morning in the colder months to view the...
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Scenic World, Blue Mountains, Sydney

This is definately a must!!! Scenic World is the major tourist attraction of the Blue Mountains... besides Echo Point and the 3 sisters. There are 4 things to do here...
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Sylvia Falls

This small falls is on Wentworth creek on the way to Wentworth falls. There's a 3-4 mile trail that leads you past a series of waterfalls including this one. Its not the most scenic on the hike but...
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The 3 sisters

This rock formation is the most visited and photographed view in the Blue Mountains. The name comes from an aboriginal myth that the formations are 3 sisters who want to marry members from another...
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The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters are three large rock formations that are 922, 918 & 906 meters tall, 3000 feet above sea level. The Three Sisters are a major attraction in the Blue Mountains for visitors. Standing...
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The Emporia

In my top ten list of things to do whilst in the Blue Mountains comes the Emporia in Leura.What a variety. There's a specialty Christmas Shop, art gallery, Bygone Beauties and so many quality boutique...
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Canyoning with Blue Mountains Adventure Company

WOW. A word which finds itself uttered time and time again by all members of the group as it progresses through Yileen Canyon. And the biggest 'wow' factor doesn't even arrive until the canyon is done...
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Katoomba Coal Mine

Just a few minutes into the Scenic Walk we came upon the Coal Mine Exhibition. There is an audio visual display located in the coal mine entrance that shows the history of mining in the mountains....
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Bird watching

There's a lot of bird life in the Blue Mountains. In different parts you'll find different species. For instance, you're likely to see yellow tailed black cockatoos along the Prince Henry Cliff Walk...
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Prince Henry Cliff Walk

This is the most scenic of all the walks in the Blue Mountains and goes from Katoomba to Leura, covering the top of the cliff line and many of the major lookouts. With photogenic vistas and waterfalls...
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Scribbly gums

You might notice these trees if you do a bit of bushwalking. There are actually quite a few varieties but if you're bushwalking and tell someone "That's a scribbly gum" then you'll be...
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Leura Cascades to Gordon Falls

This is an excellent section of cliff top track with many lookouts giving different aspects of the Blue Mountains, including the back side of the famous Three Sisters.You pass beside Leura Cascades...
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Gordon Falls

These falls are viewed by probably only about 10% or less of the tourist hordes which is a shame, not so much for the falls themselves but the Prince Henry Cliff walk in that area is varied and very...
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Walking in the rain

From my email at the time - "While I tackled Sudoku in the paper it started to rain, seriously rain; another weather event rain. I stalled an hour before heading out into, by then, light drizzle and...
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Hotels Near Blue Mountains National Park

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GREAT WESTERN HIGHWAY, Medlow Bath, NS 2780
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GREAT WESTERN HIGHWAY,MEDLOW BATH, Katoomba, NS, A
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175 Hawkesbury Rd, Westmead, New South Wales, 2145, Australia
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46 Bilpin Springs Road, Bilpin, NSW, 2758, au
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50 - 54 Railway Parade, Wentworth Falls, 2782, Australia
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Top 5 Blue Mountains National Park Writers

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iandsmith

"In the Valleys"
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balhannah

"Check out if they are BLUE"
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supercarys

"The Lower Blue Mountains"
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cjg1

"Blue Mountains Adventure"
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scrooge1947

"Blue Moutains / Katoomba / Three Sisters"
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