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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
 
Private Luxury Express Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Lunch
"The Blue Mountains is a must see destination when visiting Sydney. With our guides you soak in the natural beauty of three magical valleys retracing the steps of both Indigenous people and the early European explorers. By having an extra guide (driver) you are taken for impromptu strolls through park trails local shops with easy access to unique lookouts; engaging face-to-face conversation (no microphone is used); and extensive knowledge (a second guide who interacts and expands on specific topics of interest).Begin with the stunning Wentworth Falls overlooking and walk along off-the-beaten paths to enjoy sweeping views of the Blue Mountains. After a short walk take time to relax whilst you enjoy a homemade morning tea in an intimate environment away from the crowds. Dependng on your interest
From AUD1,699.00
 
Private Luxury Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Lunch and Wine Tasting
"The Blue Mountains is a must see destination when visiting Sydney. With two guides you'll soak in the natural beauty of three magical valleys retracing the steps of both Indigenous people and the early European explorers. By having an extra guide (driver) allows for impromptu strolls through park trails local shops with easy access to unique lookouts; engaging face-to-face conversation (not having to listen to a guide speaking through a microphone); and extensive knowledge -- a second guide will interact and expand on specific topics of interest.This experi and walk along off-the-beaten paths to enjoy sweeping views of the Blue Mountains. After a short walk take time to relax whilst enjoying a homemade morning tea
From AUD2,399.00

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Glow Worm Tunnels

On the way to newnes are some old train tunnels now home to many larvae / glow worms. A short walk from the car park and bring a torch. The rain forrest at the other end is nice and also a setrting...
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Newnes

Newnes is one of those delightful camping and visiting locations a few hours west of Sydney. Easily reached from Lithgow (40km) North, it offers a peaceful valley that seems like a time and world away...
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2600 Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley, PO Box 390, Lithgow, 2790, Australia
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Jenolan Caves - Day Trip

Jenolan Caves is situated in Blue mountain, about 3 hours drive from Sydney and Canberra. You can choose from the easier, less steps caves or more adventurous caves. Please check the season especially...
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"Coming in from the cold"
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"A Home in the Mountains"
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"LITHGOW, CLEANEST TOWN IN NSW!"
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