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Blue Mountain & Tour

Discover the finest destinations for tourists in New South Wales

Explore the beauty of Katoomba’s Three Sisters and discover the profound cultural significance this landmark holds for Aboriginal people.

Embark on an unforgettable adventure through the breathtaking World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains on a small-group full-day tour departing from Sydney. Witness awe-inspiring views of the stunning landscape and iconic landmarks such as the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley. Get ready for an exhilarating experience as you ride onboard the Scenic Railway at Scenic World, and savor a scrumptious chef-prepared lunch that caters to your dietary requirements. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Australia’s adorable native creatures at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Complete your adventure with a serene boat cruise on the Parramatta River that takes you back to Sydney Harbour. The tour includes free admission to the top local attractions, including Scenic World and Featherdale Wildlife Park. With exclusive access to secluded lookout points, this tour offers an unmatched experience. Sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the stunning scenery of the Blue Mountains.

An exquisite experience

Nestled within the southern Blue Mountains National Park, Jenolan Caves boasts the distinction of being the oldest open caves in the world and is widely regarded for its stunning limestone formations. Carved out by pristine underground rivers, these chasms adorned with stalactites form a mesmerizing labyrinth. No trip to the Blue Mountains is complete without experiencing this natural wonder.

Explore the diverse wonders of Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve through a guided tour of its spectacular Jenolan caves, including Chifley Cave with its history and varied chambers adorned with delicate straws and exquisite spar crystal, Imperial Cave, which follows an ancient riverbed and offers level paths suitable for those with limited mobility and showcases Diamond Branch, home to the awe-inspiring ‘Gem of the West’ and other delicate crystal formations in pure white, pink, and apricot. Be mesmerized by Orient Cave, hailed as one of the world’s most stunning caves, which boasts thickly hung calcite crystal formations, or Temple of Baal Cave, which features two impressive chambers and extraordinary formations like the 9m-high ‘Angel’s Wing’ cave shawl. While the guided cave tour may require climbing stairs, it is an unforgettable experience that most visitors can enjoy with comfortable, non-slip walking shoes and a warm jacket to prepare for the cool cave temperatures all year round.

Located along the Grand Pacific Drive, the Sea Cliff Bridge spans an impressive 665 metres and is renowned for its breathtaking coastal scenery. This scenic route stretches over 140 kilometres from the Royal National Park in Loftus all the way down to Nowra, and has become a celebrated landmark for the people of Wollongong and visitors from around the world.

Since its opening in December 2005, the Sea Cliff Bridge has attracted countless tourists each year to this picturesque coastal road. Beyond providing an excellent vantage point to view migrating whales heading north or south during their migration season, the bridge also provides a great opportunity for tourist to take a snap whilst travelling on the bridge

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