Private Blue Mountains Tour

The Blue Mountains is located easy 1.5hr drive from Sydney centre. It makes for a perfect 1-day tour from Sydney. Our Private Blue Mountains Tour allows you to explore the Blue Mountains at your own pace.

The Blue Mountains offers 100’s of km of bush tracks. We are happy to take you for a longer bushwalk or at a casual pace. We can show you scenic lookouts, not visited by coaches, offering fantastic views of the valley and waterfalls.

If you are a wildlife enthusiast, we can stop at Glenbrook to spot kangaroos in the wild. We can also include a stop at Featherdale wildlife park. It has the biggest collection of Australian wildlife in the world. We do offer a flexible custom-made itinerary to suit your needs.

Suggested Itinerary

Tour Overview
Price & Inclusions



TOUR SCHEDULE (flexible)
Hotel Pick-up: 8.00 am
Hotel Drop-off: 5.00 pm

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Lower Blue Mountains -Glenbrook area – Wild Kangaroo Spotting
Upper Blue Mountains – Wentworth Falls – Valley of Waters – Bushwalks, Lookouts, Waterfalls
Leura & Katoomba Townships
Blackheath – Grose Valley – Govetts Leap & Pulpit Rock Lookout
Scenic World & its famous attractions – Railway Skyway Cableway & Walkway






SUGGESTED ITINERARY

We offer a tailored-made itinerary to suit your needs, bellow itinerary is flexible.

Wentworth Falls Scenic Bushwalk.
Bushwalkers mecca visited by Charles Darvin in 1836. Your choice of short or longer walk to
suit your needs or just casual stroll to the lookout. Valley of Waters is also popular spot for
bird watching and landscape photography.



Leura The Mall & Lunch.
Explore the prettiest town in the Blue Mountains area, known as a garden village

Three Sisters Echo Point Lookouts. Marvel at the scenery, see the iconic rock formation
We also include Intimate Lookouts Away from Crowds



Blackheath is a hidden gem with scenic views of Megalong Valley and Grose Valley.
We also offer a stop at Hydro Majestic Hotel overlooking Megalong Valley, iconic hotel,
it is a great place for long lunch or afternoon tea.



Lower Blue Mountains, near Glenbrook, Euroka clearing, are a favourite spot for wild kangaroo spotting.

Return to Sydney – 5.00pm


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PRICE/GROUP

1-2 Guests = AUD $550
3-4 Guests = AUD $630
5-6 Guests = AUD $730
7-8 Guests = AUD $800
9-11 Guests = AUD $900


TOUR SCHEDULE (flexible)
Hotel Pick-up: 8.00
Hotel Drop-off: 17.00


INCLUSIONS
Transport
Knowledgeable Guide
Sightseeing
National Park Entry Fees


EXCLUSIONS
>Lunch – we recommend stopping at Leura, a beautiful small town known for galleries, gardens and the Mall. Your choice of cafe or restaurant. We also recommend Hydro Majestic Hotel, the iconic hotel overlooking Megalong Valley. It is a great place for a long lunch or afternoon tea.


OPTIONAL EXTRAS
>Scenic World AUD $44 Adult
is one of the most visited attractions in the Blue Mountains. The ticket includes unlimited entry to Skyway, Walkway, Cableway and Railway attractions. The rides operate every 10 minutes, but you need to allow 2 hrs there,

>Featherdale Wildlife Park AUD $28 Adult
this wildlife park is conveniently located in Western Sydney on the way to the Blue Mountains. It has the biggest collection of Australian wildlife. In addition, it does allow you to hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies. There is also an opportunity to have a photo taken with a cuddly koala.

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Total Price / Group

PriceFor 1 – 2 Guests = $550
For 3 – 4 Guests = $630
For 5 – 6 Guests = $730
For 7 – 8 Guests = $800
For 9 – 11 Guests = $900
Tour ScheduleSydney Hotel Pickup 8am
Hotel Drop-off 5pm
InclusionsHotel Pick-up / Drop-off
Knowleadgeable Guide
Sightseeing
National Park Entry Fees
ExclusionsLunch
Optional ExtrasFeatherdale Wildlife Park – $28 Adult
Scenic World – $44 Adult

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FAQ

What cars do you use?

We use differnt types of cars, ranging from SUV to Hyundai 7 seater and Toyota 12 seater for bigger groups.

What is the weather like?

We are visiting upper parts of the Blue Mountains located in 900m-1000m of elevation. Different weather to Sydney. Generally cooler by 4 – 5 Celsius.

What should I wear to the Blue Mountains?

The Blue Mountains climate is cooler than in Sydney. The climate varies with elevation. There is generally a 2°C drop in temperature with every 300 metres increase in altitude. Summer months December to February are warmer, occasionally reaching 30 °C. Winter months June to August have mean maximum temperature 10 °C. 

Can we start with hotel pick up and be dropped off at the airport or cruise terminal?

Yes, of course. Private tours have flexible itinerary, we can alter pick-up time, but also pick-up & drop-off locations.

Can we see kangaroos and koalas in the wild?

It is realatively easy to see kangaroos in the wild, especially in Glenbrook area. Unfortunatelly, the last sightings of wild koalas in the Blue Mountains date to 1940’s.

How can we book and pay?

The easiest way to book and pay is via online booking system. We do accept PayPal payments, which means you can use your PayPal account or credit card to arrange the payment.