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Blue Mountains Private Tour from Sydney

Highlights
  • Full-day private tour of the Blue Mountains from Sydney
  • Admire views of the Three Sisters, Megalong Valley and Shipley Plateau
  • Get up close to Aussie wildlife like kangaroos and koalas at the Featherdale Wildlife Park
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Blue Mountains Private Tour from Sydney
From USD 883.35
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Blue Mountains Private Tour from Sydney
USD 883.35
Overview
Explore the UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Blue Mountains on a private full-day tour tailor-made for you! Enjoy the undivided attention of your private guide as you marvel over the Three Sisters, peek into the Jenolan Caves or ride the railway and cable car at Scenic World. Your itinerary can be customized to suit your interests, so you could also cuddle up to kangaroos and koalas at the Featherdale Wildlife Park or escape the tourist trail and admire natural wonders like Pulpit Rock, Shipley Plateau and the Megalong Valley.
What to Expect
Let your private guide take you on a carefully planned tour from Sydney to the Blue Mountains, whose natural beauty will be revealed on your personalized exploration.

On this insider journey, you can see popular sights such as the Three Sisters at Echo Point in Katoomba as well as escape the crowds and find secluded angles known only to locals. Take in panoramic views at Kings Tableland, a location that won’t be full of tour buses, or visit Scenic World to ride the railway and cable car and explore the temperate rainforest (any entrance fees at your own expense). If a more active Blue Mountains experience is what you're looking for, your guide can choose a 2- to 4-hour bush walk based on weather and your fitness level.

There is also the option to visit Featherdale Wildlife Park to see koalas and kangaroos, or visit Pulpit Rock at Grose Valley, a location that few visitors have the chance to see. Or perhaps head to another secret gem called Shipley Plateau and admire the appropriately named Megalong Valley.

The choice is yours.
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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago
Last minute booking was a great idea!

My dad really wanted to visit the Blue Mountains and did some research on tour guides. Ultimately, based on great reviews, our family booked a last minute tour with Scott and it was a perfect day trip. He was very knowledgeable and accommodating, i.e. patiently...More

1  Thank cetcat
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great tour in the Blue Mountains

We had a great trip and our guide was top ! knowing really the region because he lives there and loves it. He can therefore very easily transmit us the very best of the Blue Mountains. We had just little time with our daughter for...More

Thank MACKO94
Reviewed 7 July 2018
Best option for a family day trip

We traveled with Scott throughout the Blue Mountains and he customized the trip extensively based on his in-depth knowledge of the area and our conversation on the way to the mountains. It was simply fantastic to be able to hop off the freeway and have...More

Thank travelingconsult2016
Reviewed 14 June 2018
Great way to explore the Blue Mountains

Our family had a great day with Dave exploring the Blue Mountains. He was very knowledgeable and took us to many different spots to see wildlife, great scenery and the aboriginal culture center. He knew many out of the way spots to avoid the crowded...More

Thank Lisa A
Reviewed 29 May 2018
The Only Way to See the Blue Mountains is with Your Sydney Guide

We traveled to Sydney for my husband's President Cup for work and decided to go out to Australia a few days early, with 4 other friends/coworkers. We knew we wanted to go out to the Blue Mountain region, but did not want a typical cookie...More

1  Thank Lisa M
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20 July 2018|
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Response from Lisa A | Reviewed this property |
It is a private tour so it would just be you with the guide. He took us to see wild kangaroos and wild birds. We saw lots of pretty scenery and we went to the Aboriginal center.
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