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All Inclusive Full-Day Blue Mountains Trip from Sydney

Highlights
  • Included entrance fees, lunch, and rides means no additional costs 
  • Round-trip transportation (boat and ground) lets you relax on the journey
  • Coffee included for an afternoon pick-me-up
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All Inclusive Full-Day Blue Mountains Trip from Sydney
From US$126.85
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All Inclusive Full-Day Blue Mountains Trip from Sydney
From US$126.85
Overview
Combine all of the highlights of the Blue Mountains on a single day tour on this journey from Sydney. Stops include Scenic World (all three blockbuster rides included), Echo Park's Three Sisters, and the Featherdale Wildlife Park, followed up with a cruise on the Parramatta River. Round-trip transportation from Sydney and in-depth guided commentary makes this multifaceted tour relaxing and educational.
What to Expect
After pickup at the prearranged meeting location, enjoy the scenery on the journey to Featherdale Wildlife Park (entrance fee included). Get an overview of Australia's wildlife, including birds, koalas, and kangaroos, and learn about their biology and behavior.

After a lunch break, travel to Echo Point Katoomba to see and photograph the famous Three Sisters, learning their aboriginal origin story from your guide. Then, relax on the trip to Scenic World, where entrance fees and access to all three rides are included. Travel on the world's steepest incline railway, then ride a scenic cable car with a glass floor, giving you uninterrupted views over Katoomba Falls, Mt. Solitary, and Orphan Rock.

Next, take a scenic cruise down the Parramatta River, passing some of Sydney’s most impressive real estate. Finish your comprehensive day in the Blue Mountains with drop-off at either Circular Quay or Darling Harbour.
Reviews (34)
1 - 5 of 28 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Blue Mountain visit

Could have been a lot better. The bus ride was more than an hour and not much sightseeing. The lunch we paid for was minimal and not worth the money. Bus broke down and we got the back seat of another bus about 45 minutes...More

Thank Rudy W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Best Day had with FJ Tours Sydney

We started our early day by knowledgable and 'down to earth' pleasant tour operators of this Blue Mountains tour. All easy going but well organised. Bus tours can be a lot of struggle - (we have done many around the world) Operator kept control for...More

Thank MarkH9529
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Packed visit to Blue Mountains!

This was an excellent tour. The coach was comfortable and our guide, Aaron, provided some interesting information along the way about the different areas' histories. It's a super packed day. Wish we had more time at Featherdale wildlife park - that part is really great...More

Thank Efrat18G
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile
Fantastic.

Picked up early at 7.40am by Aaron, coach was comfortable and full. Aaron was the perfect driver/guide and his one liners kept us laughing all day. He's a really bubbly enthusiastic guy. Took us to the wildlife park first, I have mixed feelings about these...More

Thank JohnK269
Reviewed 27 September 2018
Fantastic views

Early start but well worth it, as the whole day was amazing start to finish, first stop Featherdale wildlife park, where you can hand feed kangaroos, see and have photos with Koalas, many other birds/animals to see, just enough time before you get on bus...More

Thank tony s
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gillianmacleod1
3 October 2018|
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Response from Charles L |
Hi, How long will tour stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park? Do they allow to feed Kangaroos and hold Koalas?
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Jhen C
12 August 2018|
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Response from tony s |
I pre-booked the day before, I was lucky as coach was full
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