Best of The Blue Mountains with Gray Line and Lala

The Blue Mountains national park is a major icon near Sydney. You can experience fresh mountain air as you rise above Sydney and enter the spectacular Blue Mountains region. The Blue Mountains is perfect for exploring the best that nature has to offer. There are so many ways to get to The Blue Mountains but we still believe one of the best ways is a guided tour.

Gray line offers several levels on their tours, I did an all inclusive tour which meant everything was prepaid and there was no hassle for the whole day.

I had an early start meeting at the Gray Line office (Star City coach terminal) @ 7:55 am. Then the lovely started. The coach was big and comfortable; seating place big enough so that I was comfortable throughout the day (there was also there is bath room on board). We crossed The Sydney Harbour Bridge heading to our first stop Featherdale Wildlife Park (45 mins away from Sydney). It’s very friendly zoo, I really liked it. All animals are native. You can cuddle up to a koala take a picture for FREE!!! Hand feed kangaroo, wallabies and emus or just relax in the parks kiosk. We stayed there around 45mins to 1 hour.

Katoomba was our next stop, which is in the heart of the Blue Mountains National Park and is the location of the Three Sisters. We got off at Echo Point which is the best lookout to see Three Sisters rock formation. We then rode the scenic cableway across to scenic world. On the cableway you can get really awesome 360 degree view of Blue Mountain and waterfalls. We had our buffet lunch at scenic world; it is revolving restaurant while you eating you can still enjoy the beautiful view of the Mountain. After lunch we take another 2 rides the skyway and the (Worlds Steepest) railway and have a little time to walk around.

The little garden village LEURA is our next destination. We have 30mins to wandering around. Then we are on our way back headed for the city. Our driver sends us to Homebush bay ferry terminal then we take a Captain Cook river cruise back to Sydney Darling Harbour and Circular Quay. If you get off at Circular Quay you can see the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge from the water.

Our lovely Blue Mountain trip ends at Circular Quay!

Hope you enjoy

Best of NSW
Travel Consultant


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