Unique sightseeing tour starts from Sydney Australia. Tour visits breathtaking Blue Mountain lookouts and native wildlife in a private luxury vehicle. Enjoy a classic Ploughman’s lunch and sip a glass of wine at Megalong Dryridge winery by overlooking a lush, green paradise of forests and pastures.
A luxury private tour Hotel pick up and drop off at Sydney CBD
Spot wildlife at the Blue Mountains
See the majestic Three Sisters & the Aboriginal Cultural Show
Enjoy the sweeping views of Cahill's, Boars, Govetts Leap & Pulpit lookouts
Visit Dryridge winery at Megalong Valley and enjoy a classic Ploughman’s lunch
|Tour schedule||Depart Saturdays and Sundays|
|Price||FROM 125. 00 AUD|
|Pick up & Drop-off||from Sydney CBD|
|Inclusions||Hotel pickup and drop-off from Sydney CBD
Travel in a luxury people mover
National Park fees
|Exclusion||Food and drinks, unless specified
Attraction entry fees or activity fees
|Maximum group size||Our vehicle comfortably fits 9 travelers (driver + 8) with the rear seat best suited to slightly built youngers..|
|What to bring||Jacket in the cooler months
Comfortable walking trousers/shorts
|About the vehicle||We will be driving in a luxury people mover complete with leather seats, DVD entertainment and climate control.|
Three Sister is the most spectacular landmark located in Echo point Blue Mountains. Katoomba is the closest city to this attraction and it is 02 hours west to Sydney. This is an unusual rock formation having many Aboriginal legends behind it.
Waradah is a live performance theatre located closed to Echo point. A one hour live performance offer the fantastic experiences to learn about the colorful Australia history including the story of deadly Ned Kelly.
Govetts Leap lookout located a few minutes’ drive from Blackheath, Blue Mountains. A lookout popular for its spectacular views and the Bridal Veil falls and deep canyons of the Grose valley. The lookout was named after William Govett. A famous painter and surveyor settled I this area from Europe.
Many of know the Megalong valley for its sceneries but only few are aware of the local wineries. Dryridge, Megalong Creek and Darragh are the small local wineries in the region who produce a mix of Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Tempranillo and Riesling
Megalong valley is a rural yet offers abundance of spectacular scenery of the Blue Mountains. This hidden Australian bushland is a great place to enjoy a horse ride or for weekend camping. The famous six foot track hiking track situated from Megalong valley to Jenolan caves.