Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour
A trip to Sydney is not complete without a visit to the spectacular region of the Blue Mountains. Take photos with Australia’s iconic wildlife animals, learn about the ancient history of the Three Sisters and enjoy a relaxing journey back home along the Parramatta River.
Departing from Sydney, we journey to Featherdale Wildlife Park, crossing the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Here you will have the opportunity to have your photo taken with a koala, handfeed kangaroos and come face to face with other charismatic Australian wildlife.
As our journey continues through the Blue Mountains, we head to Echo Point, where you can soak up the splendid views of Jamison Valley and learn about the unique history behind the Three Sisters. Experience Scenic World and enjoy the panoramic views of the impressive landscape of the Blue Mountains from the Cableway. Discover the thrill from the steepest railway in the world from Scenic Railway and glide between cliffs tops and rugged rainforest through the glass floor of the Scenic Skyway!
Explore the local shops and cafes of Leura, before we pass through Homebush Bay and jump on the Paramatta River cruise, skipping Sydney’s traffic and taking in the striking beauty of Sydney’s famous surroundings.
For a more detailed itinerary of the 1 Day Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour as part of the Essential Sydney Tour Package, click here.
Sydney Harbour Cruise
Discover the natural beauty and fascinating history of the famous region of Sydney on a sightseeing cruise that takes you on a journey around Sydney Harbour. Enjoy informative commentary on Sydney’s iconic landmarks including Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Garden Island Naval Base, Taronga Zoo and Government House, all from the comfort on our premium sightseeing vessel. Help yourself to unlimited complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits as you relax your way around Sydney.
Experience the picturesque scenery of Sydney from 258 meters above the city street at the Sydney Tower Eye. For breathtaking views of the city skyline, its famous harbour and other well-known surroundings, take the elevator all the way up and wander the 360 degrees of observation deck. With views stretching out as far, on a sunny day you can even see the Blue Mountains in the distant horizon. The Sydney Tower Eye will be closed from March to July for refurbishment.