Enjoy a day in the Blue Mountains away from the crowds with experienced guides to suggest the best way you'd like to relax and enjoy the views, the walks, the towns, and the rainforests nestled within this pristine World Heritage site.
- Wentworth Falls
- Featherdale Wildlife Park
- Glenbrook National Park.
- Katoomba, Echo Point, Cliff Drive and Township
- Grose Valley, Blackheath,
Glenbrook National Park
The Grose Valley
Suggestions for along the way (8:00 – 11:00)
- Best visited in the morning, stop for some Animal Fun at the Fantastic Featherdale Wildlife Park
- Glenbrook National Park, arrive as the park opens at 8am on a quiet day for a chance to see wild Kangaroos
- Sydney Fish Markets – Stop for supplies for a seafood BBQ lunch
- Bells Line of road, Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens
At the Blue Mountains (10:00 – 4:00pm)
For the best views, visit the Jamison Valley from Wentworth Falls or Leura before lunch, Katoomba in the afternoon.
-Wentworth Falls - for a bushwalk before lunch
-Leura - Sublime Point, explore Leura village, Everglades Gardens
-Katoomba – Echo Point, Furbur Steps and points of interest along Cliff Drive.
-Blackheath – Govett’s Leap, Pulpit Rock, Anvil Rock and to the South, Hargraves and Mermaids rainforest walk.
Lunch at Leura, Katoomba or Blackheath restaurants or outdoor takeaway sandwiches or a catered BBQ
A visit to Echo Point to see the Three Sisters is best left to the end of the day when the sun shines from the west into the valley and onto the west facing rock formation
On the way back
-Glenbrook National Park, best at dusk after daylight savings ends, find wild Kangaroos.
-Ferry Return. Return by local ferry from Sydney Olympic Park to Darling Harbour or Circular Quay.
* Scenic World crowded and very commercial. For a quiet rain forest walks at Wentworth Falls, Leura cascades, Witches Leap to Queen Victoria Lookout, Mermaid Falls. Better views at our selected quiet lookouts.