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Blue Mountain 4WD Tour Including the Lost City and Capertee Valley from Katoomba
"Your guided 4WD tour begins with pickup from your accommodation or the train station in the Blue Mountains before heading to Clarence at the site of the Old Zig Zag railway. Get straight into the adventure with some serious four wheel driving before head a formation of rock pagodas etched from nature over millions of years. After visiting these magnificent formations you will view some ancient aboriginal artwork painted several thousand years ago. By now you will be a bit hungry so it is off to lunch. Th head off to do some creek crossings hopefully spot a few wallabies and other wildlife and have a bit of fun. The final part of the 4WD adventure will end with exclusive access to private property with 270 degree views of the Capertee Valley the largest valley in the Southern Hemisphere and second largest in the world. Second only to the Grand Canyon. The views go on forever and overlook the giant Pantoneys Crown. You will then be dropped back to your accommodation or the train station of yo"""Take a guided 4WD tour of the Blue Mountains with exclusive private access to view the largest enclosed canyon in the Southern Hemisphere
From AUD270.00
 
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

More Off The Beaten Path in Mudgee

RYLSTONE - PART 4

On the road from Lue to Rylstone we pass through nice scenery including vineyards, olive groves, and nice mountain views. Coming into Rylstone, I noticed this was a larger Town, it had a population of...
balhannah
Nov 15, 2009

KANDOS - PART 7

As you drive out of town, heading to Ilford, make sure you stop at the lookouts. We did, and the view was beautiful. You overlook Kandos, the countryside and the Coomber Melon Mountain Range.As well,...
balhannah
Nov 11, 2009

KANDOS - PART 6

After enjoying my walk around Rylstone, it was back in the car and onto the next town which was Kandos (est.1913)This Town had an interesting sight as we were driving in, a flying fox (rope - way)...
balhannah
Nov 11, 2009

WALK RYLSTONE - PART 5

Rylstone is a pretty village with many heritage-listed stone buildings. It's a good idea to pick up a brochure for the Rylstone Heritage Walk and learn more about the town’s colonial-era sandstone...
balhannah
Nov 11, 2009

LUE - PART 3

So, we are back in the car and continuing our journey, when we come across the 1st town, Lue, [pronounced loo-eee]Nothing to get excited about here, a Railway station, a few houses, and of course, a...
balhannah
Nov 10, 2009

HAVILAH CHURCH - Part 2

After spotting the Homestead, we could see a gorgeous, pretty little stone Church located near the road, so the car was stopped, and off I went to explore.I found out this...
balhannah
Nov 10, 2009
 
 
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HAVILAH on the Mudgee to Ilford road - Part 1

Our helpful lady at the Tourist info centre in Mudgee asked where we were off to next. Our answer was to Bathurst, via Sofala.She said to us, rather than go down the main road, to take the scenic...
balhannah
Nov 10, 2009

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"WINE & WINERIES ABOUND IN THIS AREA"
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"Mudgee....the town with no traffic lights"
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"Mudgee is beautiful and worth a visit!"
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"Mudgee - home of great Wine!!"
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