About The Tour
Explore the stunning natural beauty of the Blue Mountains on this 2-day adventure that takes you to the heart of one of Australia’s most mesmerising regions. Wander through ancient rainforests, discover impressive sandstone escarpments, and marvel at the incredible chambers of the Jenolan Caves. We’ll expose you to amazing wildlife encounters, fascinating history, and a colourful heritage that should not be missed. The 2 Day Blue Mountains Tour with Jenolan Caves allows you to explore in depth this impressive region.
Operates: Wednesday & Saturday
Returns: Approx. 7:00pm
Please note: This tour is not suitable for children under the age of 8 years. Children traveling under the age of 18 years old will need to upgrade to a private room.
This tour requires a reasonable level of fitness to participate. Please wear sturdy footwear.
Luggage is restricted to one small pack (max 7kgs) per person.
Scenic World: The Scenic Railway Ticket can be purchased on the day of the tour
Double/twin private room at Katoomba YHA – $65 per room
Private room for sole traveller – $95 per room
Day One (L)
On day one we’ll make our first stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you can get up close and personal with some of Australia’s incredible native critters – we’re talking cuddly koalas, cute kangaroos, wombats, colourful kookaburras, and majestic crocs.
Afterwards, we’ll move on to a bushwalk through the Blue Mountains National Park before enjoying a simple, relaxing lunch. Once you’ve refuelled, we’ll make our way to the breath-taking Three Sisters, a unique rock formation that overlooks the Jamison Valley and is brimming with indigenous stories.
Next it’s on to a cliff face walk through the rainforest or a ride on the world’s steepest railway at Scenic World (at your own expense). We’ll stay in Katoomba YHA overnight.
Day Two (B)
Day two starts with a complimentary breakfast before a transfer to the Jenolan Caves. On the way, you can marvel at the ancient beauty of the valley of Kanangra down winding mountain roads.
Once at the caves, you’ll get to explore the intricate underground system and wander around dramatically lit chambers learning all about how the caves came to be.
On our way back to Sydney, we’ll stop off at Govetts Leap, one of the most incredible lookout points in the Blue Mountains. From here, you can marvel at the jaw-dropping views of the Grose Valley before we head back to the city and finish up the tour.
Please note: from 1st April 2019, the guided tour at Lucas Cave will be replaced with a tour of the Imperial Diamond Cave and Bungarribee Wildlife Park will replace Featherdale Wildlife Park.