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Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Day Tour from Sydney

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Cover more ground in less time on a day tour to the Blue Mountains 
  • Stop off at must-see attractions that are difficult to reach on your own 
  • Avoid the hassle and stress of car rental and public transportation
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Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Day Tour from Sydney
From US$118.27
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Blue Mountains and Australian Wildlife tour with lunch. Includes Scenic World rides: Scenic Railway, Scenic Skyway, Scenic Cableway, Scenic Walkway
US$164.84
Blue Mountains Tour
Blue Mountains and Australian Wildlife tour
US$118.27
Blue Mountains Tour & Lunch
Blue Mountains and Australian Wildlife tour with lunch
US$140.45
Overview
The must-see sights surrounding the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are dazzling yet dispersed—unless you rent a car, you’re unlikely to pack it all into one day. See more sights in less time on a day tour from Sydney, which includes stops in Leura and Featherdale Wildlife Park. Plus, you can upgrade to include lunch and tickets to Scenic World for a seamless, budget-friendly experience.
What to Expect

Your day trip begins with pickup from your Sydney hotel, where you board an air-conditioned bus and travel across the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Marvel as the ancient plateaus of the Blue Mountains come into view and, if you’ve upgraded to include an admission ticket to Scenic World, ride the world’s steepest aerial railway, take a cable car ride, and wander across the skywalk.

Continue to the mountain town of Leura to browse the shops and eat lunch, if you opted for it when booking. The next stop is Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you observe native Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, and crocodiles.

Your tour concludes with drop-off back in Sydney.

*Please note: from 25 July - 16 September 2018, the Cableway at Scenic World will be closed for maintenance. The Walkway, Skyway and Railway at Scenic World will be operating as usual during this time.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Pleasant and Enjoyable Trip

This is my second time taking day tours from AAT Kings to the same location, my first trip was a solo trip which was also a day trip to the Blue Mountains as well as the wildlife park. This time I did the same trip...More

Thank KitKat336
Reviewed 4 days ago
Too long.

Too long to see the rocks, and had just a little walk. Bus was comfortable. Lunch in a local restaurant. We had kangaroo pie.

Thank oxanauryasev
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Wonderful trip

We will like to thank Henry, the driver guide who fetch us around. With his great commentary and good sense of humour makes the entire trip very interesting & lively. Both my husband and I had a wonderful time at Blue Mountain today, 9 August...More

Thank Rachel S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Make you Aussie day

Really if you are thinking to make your self an Aussie day then the Blue mountain worth it Went in a trip via Oztrails to the Blue mountain and it was amazing, starting from the glassy cable car, moving towards the trails through the nature...More

Thank Manal A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mountains, waterfalls, and I got a picture with a koala

We had Ben for our day tour and he made the day so awesome! I was impressed that he was not only our bus driver, but also our guide - doing double duty - and still made the day fun. We stopped at the Blue...More

1  Thank amystar137
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Nikole E
25 June 2018|
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Response from solarenergyhouse | Reviewed this property |
Check in with the operators as they have many. Ours was all day.
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Harrice B
7 June 2018|
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Response from Mismartini | Reviewed this property |
While coming back from the blue mountains tour we stopped by at a small town named Katoomba- there were couple of cafes and Chinese food sections. So one has couple of options. But to be sure we went with the choice our tour... More
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6 May 2018|
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Response from asteinharter | Reviewed this property |
even if it did run in bad weather, I would not recommend it.
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