Day trips from Sydney
Sydney City Tour Day Trip
Anyone who lives in Sydney knows how amazing it is and how many things there are to do. The heart of Sydney itself is a lively place with many festivals and events and attractions to see. Outside the heart of Sydney, there are also many places to visit and things to see by a day trip. The great thing about the Sydney area is no matter which way you travel you will find a perfect spot to visit by a day tour. Private day tours are a perfect way to see the sites without having to do the thinking for yourself.
Why book a day trip with a tour company?
Booking with a tour company in Sydney means that you can have the full trip planned for you. This including the travel to and from the location without the stress and worry. You don’t need to think about the traffic or how much fuel you will need. Not to mention if your GPS is up to date with the locations.
There are many options on where to book a tour. This depends on if you are on a budget or want to experience the luxury. So, do a little bit of research beforehand. Having so many popular attractions only an hour or two from Sydney you can choose one or more places to visit.
Hunter Valley Day trip
If wine and cheese is your thing then you can book a Hunter Valley Wine Tour. A two hour drive north of Sydney takes you to the Hunter Valley. Here you can experience the beauty of the land and gardens, enjoy local produce and attend wine tastings.
The best part about doing this with a private tour is that you can enjoy as much (or as little) wine as you like and not have to think about how you are going to get home. Day trips can be booked for a couple, small groups or parties. You are driven from your starting location and driven through the different wineries and attractions that the Hunter Valley has to offer.
My favourites picks – taste Vat 01 Semillon, taste a cheese plate from Hunter Cheese co and panoramic views of Brokenback Range.
Blue Mountains Day trip
If you are looking to spend a day sightseeing beautiful mountains, lookouts and bushland then booking a Blue Mountains tour is the way to go. With an array of attractions to see including Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls and Jenolan Caves you will have a fun-filled, busy day. The Blue Mountains are situated 90 minutes from Sydney. If driving and the scenery on the way up is almost as good as your final destination.
There are many different tours that you can do when visiting the Blue Mountains and you can choose the destinations that suit you and your guests. Not only is the Blue Mountains home to the beautiful landscape, wilderness and mountain top views. Furthermore, it also full of many small towns like Leura, Katoomba and Megalong. Many businesses are in these towns are family owned and operated. These providing you with opportunities to shop for homemade, handmade and locally sourced products and produce.
My favourites picks – Kangaroos at Euroka, Hike to Pulpit lookout and tasting a glass of wine at Megalong
Day trip to Kangaroo Valley
Our Kangaroo Valley tours are perfect for those looking to get out of the heart of Sydney for the day and experience the beauty of water, outdoors and local heritage.
Starting at your location and travelling down to the Kangaroo Valley with the option to stop off at Wollongong and Kiama Blowhole. This is the biggest blowhole in the world and when it is at its highest can reach up to 25m high. It is an amazing site when it is going and one not to be missed.
Down in the Kangaroo Valley you are taken to see many sites including the Kangaroo River. Not only the river famous for its sparkling water but also a paradise for trout fishing. You can even kayak or canoe down it if you are wanting the full experience.
My favourites – Kangaroos at Golf club, taste a worlds best pie from Barrengarry and fishing at Kangaroo river.
Day trip to Port Stephens
If you are looking for a beautiful blue beach escape with fresh seafood restaurants then Port Stephens day trip is for you. Port Stephens tours are available and take you through the wonders of the area.
The Tomaree Head Summit is an excellent lookout to visit to see the panoramas of the waters. The Port Stephens Marine Park is twice the size of Sydney Harbour. The view from the lookout showcases its beauty. Whilst in Port Stephens you are bound to see a dolphin or two.
My favourites picks – morning tea at Inner Light tea room, Dolphin cruise and Tomaree head summit walk
Booking a day tour to any of these attractions is quick and easy. It not only gives you an easy travel option but it equips you with a tour guide who knows the area, the best places to see, best places to eat and they are full of strange and interesting facts about the area.
What are you waiting for? Book a day trip today!