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Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park

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401 Reviews
Bruce Road, Blue Mountains National Park, NSW

The Basics

Visitors to the Blue Mountains National Park will find no shortage of activities, with walking trails to Wentworth Falls, rock climbing, mountain biking, and scenic lookouts like Echo Point. The park is a certified ecotourism destination and has a number of campgrounds like Acacia Flat and Perry’s Lookdown. Many visitors choose to spend time at Scenic World, with its scenic railway, walkway and cable car.

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Small-Group Blue Mountains Tour with Bush Walks and Featherdale Wildlife Park
Small-Group Blue Mountains Tour with Bush Walks and Featherdale Wildlife Park
$114.50 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Blue Mountains tour
Had a fabulous experience with this tour. Tour guide Jeff was very knowledgeable and gracious and the scenery was amazing.
jodickison, Nov 2019

Recent reviews from experiences in Blue Mountains

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Great Blue Mountain Tour!
Jennifer_B, Mar 2020
Blue Mountains Private Tour - wild kangaroos, waterfalls and The Three Sisters
Our guide, Ben, was great! We were picked up from the airport when we landed with no issues. Since it was a private tour, we customized as we went! Ben was very knowledgeable about Sydney and the surrounding Blue Mountains. I highly recommend contacting him if you want to explore Sydney and the surrounding area!
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The pretty part of the country if you love green 💚
Karen_M, Feb 2020
Private Blue Mountains Insider Tour from Sydney
Great trip! Very busy, loved the animal park and seeing the mountains and country! We had seen the cities and this allowed us to experience greenery and people.
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Magnificent Blue Mountains!
dickgilbert, Nov 2019
Blue Mountains Small-Group Insider Tour from Sydney
Thank you Jelle, Dingo Tours for selecting a route that provided a great personal experience of this beautiful place. We enjoyed the historical and cultural commentary and music along the way. Birds, plants, some hiking and a picnic away from crowds, with only one day to see the Blue Mountains, this trip was ideal.
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No Stress Private Tour with Super Guide
Thomas A, Nov 2019
Private Blue Mountains Day Tour including Wildlife Park
Our guide/driver was knowledgeable and very accommodating. Tour was stress free as we has no other people with us an could see what we wanted at our own pace.
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Blue Mountains Small Group
mtngrown01, Oct 2019
Blue Mountains Small-Group Insider Tour from Sydney
Our guide, Charlie is an excellent guide. He is very knowledgeable about the area. This tour can be flexible with what the group wants to do. Highly recommended.
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Excellent trip of blue mountains
lizchandy2019, Sep 2019
Small-Group Blue Mountains Tour with Bush Walks and Featherdale Wildlife Park
The tour was excellent and jim the tour guide was fantabulous. Had a great time and lots of memories to take back.
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Great experience
sandjhunter2019, Sep 2019
Small-Group Blue Mountains Tour with Bush Walks and Featherdale Wildlife Park
Tour guide Jim was great, the only thing that we were disappointed by was that we only had 1 hour and 15 minutes at Featherdale. 2 to 3 hours would have been nice.
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Top level
Bouchra_J, Mar 2020
Ultimate Blue Mountains Private Tour including Scenic World and Featherdale
We had such great experience with Scott he’s professional and he’s doing his job with a lot of pleasure and passion. It was actually my birthday and he made it A memorable one. He truly enjoys what he does and I think that’s what made our experience so great. He took us to so many wonderful places and even a great lunch spot that I will never forget. If you’re looking to have fun and be guided by a person who genuinely enjoys what they’re doing you found the right place. His wife Julia bake us cookies which were so delicious. This is a great team and You or to your self to experience the blue mountains and all that Sydney has to offer with people who genuinely care.🙏
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Amazing Personalized Service and Secret Panoramic Views
David_C, Mar 2020
Ultimate Blue Mountains Private Tour including Scenic World and Featherdale
Nick arrived promptly at the designated pickup time at our hotel. He offered us water, and ensured the air temperature, as well as the radio were to our liking, in the beautiful Audi SUV. He explained our itinerary for the full-day tour. After easily navigating the Monday morning rush hour in Sydney, we were on our way to our first exciting stop: Featherdale Wildlife Park. Due to arriving before 9am, we witnessed many of the animals being fed, and just waking up for the day. An added benefit of being so early: there were NO CROWDS! We were the only ones in the very interactive kangaroo experience, being allowed to feed them, pet them, and take photos; all while being inside their fenced-in area, which is allowed. Our guide mentioned the kangaroos are not as interactive later in the day, so we were happy we were there early. We also saw koalas, crocodiles, and Dingos! Our following stops included “secret” panoramic viewing areas only accessible via small dirt roads, as well as an early century mountaintop hotel for coffee. After having a “Pie” for lunch at a great bakery, we were off to Scenic World. Once again, because we toured on a Monday, there were almost no queues to wait for the three exciting attractions, which immerse you in the stunning landscapes of the rainforest, mountains, cliffs and waterfalls. In total, we saw the popular “Three Sisters” from three different viewing angles. After a total of almost TEN stops, we were on our mid-afternoon journey back to Sydney. Nick also offered one additional stop near our hotel for a quick photo from a different perspective of the Sydney Harbor Bridge, Opera House, and downtown skyline. We highly recommend this private tour. We especially loved the secret panoramic viewing spots as well as the flexibility to modify the planned stops.
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Perfect tour in great weather
r4smussen, Feb 2020
Blue Mountains Small-Group Insider Tour from Sydney
My girlfriend and I went on tour with Alexander on a chilly but beautiful Wednesday morning I February. We were very excited about the first stop and delighted to experience the animals in the wild life park before everyone else. From here on, the weather conditions changed for the worse which resulted in an interesting trip, but not as scenic as expected. You could tell the trip was made for good weather conditions which obviously not implied a rainy and foggy Wednesday. I believe that if the weather would have been great, we would have loved the tour even more. Alexander did a nice job as our guide and knew everything and explained things thoroughly and understandable. The lunch was great! The rating is inky tour starts because it seemed like there wasn't any "plan b" when most of the trip was covered in fog. Would recommend everyone and anyone to do this trip!
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Blue Mountain Private Tour
LovinNOLA2018, Dec 2019
Ultimate Blue Mountains Private Tour including Scenic World and Featherdale
My wife and I booked the Blue Mountains Luxury Private Tour with Scott. Thoroughly enjoyed our time with Scott. Extremely knowledgeable of the region and easily shares his experiences. Everything is inclusive in the price of the tour, including all entry tickets to the various attractions, plus lunch. And best of all is you won't have to wait behind the bus tours to gain entry, Scott will whisk you right to the front. If you want to learn more in a single day versus riding in the bus and listening to the tour guide talk to 40 people, book with Scott. It's like spending the day with family. His vehicle was very comfortable and sight-lines were excellent. The Australian bush fires were active in the mountains during our tour, but we still enjoyed the limited views. The trip to Featherdale was fantastic, we got to play with and feed the Kangaroos and pet a Koala. We finished with a city tour. Highly recommend this tour.
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Just awesome
vickyoz09, Jan 2020
Blue Mountains Small-Group Insider Tour from Sydney
highlight of my week in Sydney. Picked up nice and early. Had little picnic before heading off on walk. Was just lush and peaceful away from where all the normal tourists head to. Tour guide Carlos was fabulous and had great knowledge. Read up on what is involved, we were unfortunate to have had someone who was very unfit and slowed group down a little although this did allow us to see the stunning scenery along way. Stopped and had little break under s cliff looking out over the blue mountains, snacks provided by tour provider, continued with walk to beautiful waterfall and washed face in water to cool down. Stopped for great lunch in little cafe, Turkish bread sandwiches freshly made. Then had drive to couple more lookouts again away from where all the tour drives go to see 3 sisters. Lovely drive back to Perth through some of towns in blue mountains. Would highly recommend booking this tour

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Parking at the national park costs A$7 per car.

  • There are entrance fees for each of the attractions at Scenic World.

  • Scenic World is open daily from 9am–5pm.

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes if you plan on walking any of the the many trails in the park.

  • Wet weather in winter months and bushfires in the summers can impede visitation.

  • There are a number of campgrounds in the national park, which need to be booked ahead of time.

  • The surrounding villages of Katoomba and Laura have plenty of dining options for lunch.

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How to Get There

Blue Mountains National Park is located about 60 miles (100 kilometers) from Sydney. The park is about 90 minutes by car or a 2-hour train ride from Central Sydney.

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When to Get There

Blue Mountains National Park is open year round, but wet weather in the winter months, especially in February, makes some of the parks attractions difficult to enjoy. In summer, bushfires can cause park closures.

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Scenic World

Scenic World is a nature lovers’ amusement park located inside the Blue Mountains in the town of Katoomba. The park has a railway so steep it could be mistaken for a roller coaster, a scenic skyway with views of the rainforest through its glass floor, a scenic walkway among the tree tops, and an 1800-foot (545-meter) cable car ride with great views of the Three Sisters rock formation. The attraction also has a gift shop, snack bar, and bathrooms.

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