Watch the sunset at the Blue Mountains, spreading its largess into a grateful sky. Blue Mountains sunset tour leave from Sydney at mid-day and time is flexible (12.00 pm approx.) and driving towards inner west of the city. Booking a sunset tour is the best way to avoid the big bus crowd and enjoy the mystical Blue Mountains at your own pace. You can customize this tour by available 2 tour itineraries. The first itinerary stops at Featherdale wildlife park, Lincoln's Rock, cascade walk and sunset at Three sister’s lookout. Cascade walk, Lincoln’s Rock, Govetts leap lookout, and sunset at Three sisters are the highlights of the second itinerary. Tour departs from the Blue Mountains around 6.00pm and reaches to Sydney around 7.30pm.
A luxury private tour
Hotel pick up and drop off at Sydney CBD
See the majestic Three Sisters ancient rock formation
Interactive wildlife experiences at the Featherdale Wildlife Park
Cascade bushwalk – Katoomba or Leura
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|Tour duration||7 hours|
|Pick up & Drop-off||from Sydney CBD|
|Inclusions||Hotel pickup and drop-off from Sydney CBD
Travel in a luxury people mover
Featherdale park entry fees
Food and beverage unless specified
|Group size||Our vehicles can handle group sizes of 1 to 6 or 7 to 20 passengers. Contact us if you need a quote for 7 to 20 passenger private group tour in Sydney.|
|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.|
Heading towards the West of Sydney, our first stop of this Blue Mountains sunset tour is Featherdale wildlife park. A wildlife park situated Doonside, west of Sydney. It is a house of the most comprehensive collection of native species of Australia. If you are looking for an interactive wildlife experience with Koalas and Kangaroos you need to add this to your must-visit list when are in Sydney.
Lincoln’s Rock - In the past known as the Flat Rock and officially named as the Lincoln’s Rock in 2013. This impressive lookout is one of the favorites of our travellers for an instagrammable selfie.
Katoomba or Leura cascade walk – Katoomba cascade is a grade 3, 600m return bushwalk offers break-taking views of Jamison Valley and Katoomba Falls. Leura cascade is a bit longer than the Katoomba bushwalk and covers Leura Falls creek.
Govetts Leap lookout – The last stop of the Blue Mountains sunset tour before the sunset is the Govetts leap. This lookout offers impressive views of Bridal veil falls, and sandstone escarpments of the Grose Valley