Take a Kangaroo valley day tour from Sydney Australia to see remaining of Victorian architecture, Hampden Bridge, dramatic Fitzroy Falls, and countryside. One of Australia’s hidden gems, Kangaroo Valley is nestled between the Cambewarra and Barrengarry mountains. Enjoy a world’s best pie at the Pie Shop for lunch with the view of lush nature. Tour visit tranquil Kangaroo river, Kiama blowhole and take the spectacular route of Grand Pacific Drive.
A private tour
Hotel pick up and drop off at Sydney
Fitzroy Falls and Kangaroo Valley
Kiama Blowhole (depends on time availability)
The Big Potato (depends on time availability)
The Hampden Bridge
The Nai Tien Temple
Sea Cliff Bridge
|Tour schedule||On Demand|
|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
Fitzroy Falls entry
|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.|
The first stop of the Kangaroo valley tour from Sydney is Fitzroy Falls. It is ranked one of the 8 must-see waterfalls in NSW. The falls located in a small village called Wingecarribee and famous for Aboriginal heritage. Yarrunga creek is the main source of the water for the Fitzroy Falls. This is an ideal escape for who is looking for bushwalking, bird watching, and countryside.
Another highlight of Kangaroo valley tour is the Hampden bridge. It is one of the remarkable examples of Victorian architecture built around 1895. The bridge named after Lord Hampden who used to govern NSW from 1895 to 1899. This is one of the remaining suspension bridges in Australia that provides a link between Kangaroo Valley to the south coast.
Discover the beauty of Kiama blowhole at Wollongong with this tour of Kangaroo Valley and Southern Highlands. Kiama, where the sea makes noise, is one of the main attractions in Sydney Australia. The formation of this famous landmark is an effect of basalt lava flows 260 million years ago.
A very different tourist attraction based in Wollongong area and the largest Buddhist temple in the Southern Hemisphere is the Nan Tien Temple. The tour to Kangaroo Valley included this as well. It is a temple famous for its grandeur architecture and a place to receive unforgettable religious experiences if you believe in Buddhism.
A cantilever bridge length of 655 meters located in the northern Illawarra NSW. The snake-shaped Seacliff bridge offer majestically sweeping views over the Pacific coast. It was open back in 2005 and ever since a highlight along the Grand Pacific drive.