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Blue Mountains Day Tour Colourful Trips

Experience the best of the Blue Mountains, Australia’s most visited World Heritage National Park with an active day of bushwalks and incredible views.

Visit a wildlife park to see and touch unique animals such as kangaroos and koalas!

Listen to Aboriginal legends, visit charming mountain villages, enjoy a simple, relaxing lunch and learn more with our friendly, eco accredited guides.

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Blue Mountains National Park Bushwalks, Australia’s most accessible wilderness – the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park – is one of Australia’s natural wonders covering over one million hectares.

An inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons, tall forests and heathlands, it is a nature lover’s paradise.

Colourful birds, unique animal life, the greatest concentration of eucalypt diversity on the continent, dramatic canyons and cliffs.

Featherdale Wildlife Park
Get close and personal with some unique Australian animals and birds at one of Australia’s best wildlife parks.

You can snuggle up to a koala, feed a kangaroo, laugh with a kookaburra, see a wombat, a Tasmanian Devil and a 4 metre crocodile!

Wentworth Falls
Their eco accredited guide will take you on an amazing bushwalk through the national park.

Stone hop across a stream, follow the edge of the cliff, see awesome views, take great photos from lookouts and see a stunning waterfall.


After a big bushwalk, have a simple and relaxing lunch. If it’s wet or cold, not to worry, they have Plan B to keep you warm and dry!

NOTE: Please bring your own water bottle to help keep our planet green and free of empty plastic bottles.

The Three Sisters
The famous Three Sisters rock formation is one of the most iconic images in Australia.

The views overlooking the Jamison Valley are incredible and as well as getting that classic photo, you’ll hear the stories of the local Aboriginal legends.

Scenic Railway
Join their eco-accredited guide and take an amazing cliff face walk down through rainforest into the national park.

Walk back up again or hold on tight as you ride on the world’s steepest railway up ($16 own expense) or you can just chill out admiring the views and have a coffee or ice-cream.



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