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Blue Mountains twilight tours

A Blue Mountains sunset tour from Sydney is a fantastic way to experience the natural beauty and stunning vistas of the Blue Mountains, located just west of Sydney. The Blue Mountains are known for their dramatic landscapes, including deep valleys, sandstone cliffs, waterfalls, and lush eucalyptus forests. Witnessing a sunset over this breathtaking region can be a memorable experience.

Blue Mountains Sunset Tours – highlights

  • Tour duration– 7 hours
  • Tour pick-up – time will be communicated to you after the booking confirmation. If the sunset is usually from 5 to 6. 30 p.m., the tour departs at 12 p.m. from Sydney. Departure will be adjusted to 2 p.m. if the sunset falls between 6.30 to 8 p.m. You will be contacted by our customer service team with further info.
  • Inclusions– Expert guide, luxury people mover, USB charging on-board, bottled water, and hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Exclusions– Evening snack/food and activity fees (Featherdale Wildlife Park entry)
  • Tour itinerary– Featherdale Park, Lincoln’s Rock, Katoomba Cascade, and Three Sisters rock formation
  • What to wear– Jacket in the cooler months, comfortable footwear, comfortable walking trousers/shorts, camera, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, etc.
  • Cancellation policy – 2 weeks’ notice; full refund. 7 to 14 days of departure – 50% cancellation fee. Less than 7 days, loss of full fee. Online transaction fees will not be refunded in any circumstance.

  • Tour pricing – 1 to 4 passengers = A$1300, 5 to 7 = A$1400, 8 to 10 = A$1600
Blue Mountains sunset tours
Blue Mountains sunset tours

Best time for a sunset tour at Blue Mountains, Sydney

The Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia, offer beautiful sunsets year-round, but the best months to see the sunset can vary depending on your preferences. Generally, the sunset views can be particularly stunning during the summer months (December to February): While the Blue Mountains can get quite warm in summer, the long daylight hours allow for a variety of outdoor activities. Sunsets can be captivating, but it’s essential to plan for hot weather if visiting during this season.

Sunset time during the summer months

The exact time of sunset in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia, during the summer months will vary depending on your specific location within the Blue Mountains and the date. We follow this link when arranging Blue Mountains sunset tours and providing information to customers.

Blue Mountains sunset tour itinerary

Stop 1 – Featherdale Wildlife Park is a popular wildlife park located in Sydney, Australia, known for its diverse collection of native Australian animals, including kangaroos, koalas, and various bird species. Visitors will get a chance to hand-feed kangaroos and take a photo with koalas.

Stop 2 – Stopping at Glenbrook for an afternoon snack; light and quick meal or snack with a coffee before heading to Blue Mountains.

Stop 3Lincoln’s Rock is a renowned Blue Mountains lookout in New South Wales, Australia, offering stunning panoramic views of the Jamison Valley and surrounding landscapes. It’s a popular spot for photography and relaxation.

Stop 4 – Katoomba Cascade is a picturesque waterfall located in the Blue Mountains National Park in New South Wales, Australia. It is a popular natural attraction known for its serene beauty and tranquil surroundings.

Stop 5Three Sisters, Blue Mountains. Waiting for nature to paint the sky in shades of deep blue and warm orange, casting a serene and captivating glow over the rugged landscape of the Blue Mountains.

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