Blue Mountains Tours

from Sydney

Our guided sightseeing tours to Blue Mountains are unique and authentic and the best way to spend the day with nature if you are visiting Sydney!

Why Blue Mountains?

blue mountain tour Sydney

Visit Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains is the most visited landmark in Sydney, Australia, and the bucket list of all travelers. This little Grand Canyon located 100 km or nearly a 1.5-hour drive towards the west of Sydney.

About Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains NSW encompasses native wildlife such as wild kangaroos, spectacular waterfalls, historic gardens, Aboriginal history and dramatic sceneries.

Explore Blue Mountains

You have to spend at least two full days to get most out of Blue Mountains, however, you can explore main attractions such as Three Sisters and Scenic World on a one-day tour to Blur Mountains.

Blue Mountains Tour Itineraries Selecting a day trip itinerary to Blue Mountains from Sydney is not easy for a first-time traveller. And that’s why we have created four excursions that cover various attractions of Blue Mountains. Get in touch with us today if you want to tailor-make your day trip to Blue Mountains that gives the best and memorable experience of your Australian vacation.

blue mountains and wildlife tour

Blue Mountains Tours

with Koala & Kangaroo Encounters

A full day trip from Sydney to Blue Mountains and the most popular tour. The main attractions include a visit to Featherdale wildlife park, Lincolns rock lookout, Three Sisters in Katoomba, and Scenic World.

Read More

blue mountains private tours

Blue Mountains Tours

with Boutique Winery Visit

A full-day trip departs from Sydney to Blue Mountains and available only during the weekends. The tour visits Three Sisters Rock formation, Govetts Leap lookout, and wine tasting at Megalong Valley winery.

Read More

Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains & Jenolan Caves Tours

This is the most adventurous day trip we have in our Blue Mountains tour portfolio and not for the faint-hearted. On average, a traveler has to walk up to 850 plus stairs when you are in Jenolan caves.

Read More

Blue Mountains sunset tours from Sydney

Blue Mountains Sunset Tours

Do you want to see the disappearance of the sun from Blue Mountains? Book this tour online and avoid the large bus crowd during the day in Blue Mountains and enjoy the magnificent view on your phase.

Read More

Main attractions of Blue Mountains, Australia

Three Sisters

The main attraction of a Blue Mountains day trip from Sydney. An ancient rock formation located close to Katoomba city has covered in many Aboriginal legends. Spotting a lyrebird is very common on a good summer day.

Scenic World

The most popular tourist attraction among many travellers visiting Blue Mountains. The famous four combos of Blue Mountains cable car, railway, walkway, and cableway offer memorable experiences.

Leura Cascade

A moderately challenging yet scenic bushwalk starts from Leura picnic area that gives impressive views of the cliff line and spectacular views of Gordon Falls lookout. Most travellers visit The Candy Store in Leura if happen to stop by the cascade.
Everglades Gardens Leura NSW

Everglades Gardens

Designed and built by Paul Sorensen, this spectacular inter-war period garden gives sweeping views of Jamison Valley and native bushland. A popular venue for wedding ceremonies, Everglades is one of the highly recommended places to visit on your day trip to Blue Mountains.

Jenolan Caves

One of the world’s most spectacular cave formations located from 3.5 hr drive from Sydney, Australia. Lucas, Chifley, Imperial, Diamond, Orient, Temple of Baal, and River Cave are the available cave systems that you can visit on a tour to Jenolan Caves.
Wentworth Falls

Wentworth Falls

A picturesque view wants to have by any nature lover. Wentworth Falls named in 1879 in honour of William Charles Wentworth, this historic town famous among travellers to Blue Mountains. The three-tiered waterfall has a tola height of 187 meters (614 ft).
Katoomba falls

Katoomba falls

This spectacular segmented waterfall located in Katoomba city and closer proximity to the Three Sisters. A ride from the Scenic cable car gives the best view of this waterfall.
blue mountains day tour

Govetts Leap

A lookout giving the panoramic views of the Grose Valley. If you are travelling from Sydney on a Blue Mountains day trip, you have to drive to Blackheath to visit the Govetts Leap.

Pulpit Rock

A lookout that gives near 270-degree view of the Grose Valley. Not a popular Blue Mountains attraction with a big bus crowd as the road is not sealed closer to the lookout.

All our blue mountains tours include

Door to door pick up and return

We offer free pick up and drop off services from your accommodation within 25 km radius of Sydney CBD

Free refreshments

Unlimited chilled bottled water available for you in all our vehicles and throughout the day

48 hours cancellation policy

Our 48hr free cancellation policy offers you peace of mind to book your trip

Visit Three Sisters

All our day trip itineraries visit the main attraction of Blue Mountains; The Three Sisters Rock Formation.

Knowledgeable guides

All our Sydney tour guides are experts in the industry who have completed over 50-day trips to the blue mountains.

AC transportation 

We use air-conditioned and near new vehicles in our fleet for all tours depart from Sydney to Blue Mountains.

Tour reviews of Blue Mountains Tours

  • Our recent Blue Mountains tour with Raki, our tour guide, gives us an experience of a lifetime. He was very knowledgeable of the history and facts about the Blue Mountains. Our small group consisted of the world’s most fussy travellers and Raki managed to please all of us. Highly recommended!

    Home
    Beatriz & friends
    from Mexico

Blue Mountains Travel Blog

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) of Blue Mountains Day Trips from Sydney

Contact us