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2 Day Ultimate Private Sydney and Wildlife Experience Private Blue Mountains Day Trip

Highlights of the 2 Day Ultimate Private Sydney and Wildlife Experience Private Blue Mountains Day Trip

Day one Some of the places we will visit are, Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks, The Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s Point, St Mary’s Cathedral, Elizabeth Bay, Darling Point, Double Bay, Rose Bay, Point Piper, Vaucluse, Watson’s Bay, Bondi Beach, Coogee Beach, Bronte Beach, Blues Point, Mosman area, The Spit, Manly and North Head. Day two You will never forget our visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park which is home to one of Australia's most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. Have a personal encounter with a Koala and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies. Located western Sydney, on our way to the famous Blue Mountains, Featherdale is Sydney's 'hands on' wildlife experience. Once back on the road, we head towards Leura and the world famous Sublime Point lookout for a great view down the Jamison Valley and your first glance of the Three Sisters. Next, is Katoomba and Echo Point and the world famous Three Sisters via the Leura Cascades. Once we finish here, we head towards our next stop which is the Scenic World https://www.scenicworld.com.au) where you can take a ride across the valley on the Sky View cable car or drop down into the valley by riding the steepest passenger railway in the world.

The 2 Day Ultimate Private Sydney and Wildlife Experience Private Blue Mountains Day Trip Overview

Day One

For those people with little time in Sydney but want to see it all, including Australia’s Premier Wine location, we have created a unique opportunity to see most of the beauty that Sydney offers and a whole day at The Hunter Valley. This is a special two-day tour where you get to see most of the major Sydney highlights from both sides of the Sydney Harbour as well as the East and during the second day, a date with wine tasting, meals, views and perhaps if you are so inclined, you can purchase the odd bottle of classic Australian Wines.

During day one, our tour will be visiting some of the exclusive suburbs, and beautiful parks and beaches that Sydney is well known for.

We start early and pick you up from your hotel.  We cover many kilometres during this tour to ensure you get to see as many interesting sights in Sydney as possible.

Sydney stands head and shoulders above all other cities in Australia. It offers it all, beaches, parks, buildings, views, Sydney, the capital of New South Wales and Australia’s largest city, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby.

Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs. Sydney is a city loved by the world’s filmmakers; home to movies such as “The Great Gatsby”, “The Matrix”, “Mission Impossible 2”, just to name a few.

We will offer you a truly “private tour” because we keep you away from the crowds in the shopping districts whilst introducing you to Australia’s beauty as seen by the locals.

Sydney is an enormous city, stretching more 120 kms from North to South and close to 66 kms from East to West.

Our day starts at the oldest part of Sydney, “The Rocks” and finish the day at the beautiful Eastern Suburbs beaches.

During the tour you will get many photo opportunities, however if you want to stop for a “special shot” just ask and if at all possible our driver will accommodate you.

 

Day Two

Overview

The landscapes of Australia’s famous Blue Mountains are Jaw Dropping and rugged, on this full-day full day adventure tour you will enjoy magnificent views of natural wonders like the Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls and then you can ride the Sky View cable car over the Jamison Valley and Katoomba Falls or just simply walk and take on this World Heritage Listed Wonder. After lunch in Katoomba (at your own expense), we then, take a drive further up the mountains to Blackheath to enjoy the views from Govetts leap.

We offer a day never to forget away from the hustle and bustle of home.

Our tours are family friendly offering alternatives to those that are not keen in walking.

We can customise your itinerary to suit your preferences.

After being picked up from your Sydney, head off towards Katoomba generally along the route the early explorers forged through the mountains. Your first stop is Wentworth Falls for morning tea, biscuits and tea or coffee are included.

From there, we take a walk down to the falls. This walk is considered light and those with a general fitness level can achieve, please note that there are many steps along the way. For those who choose not to take this walk there are still many other lookouts available for you to visit.

Once back on the road, we head towards Leura and the world famous Sublime Point lookout for a great view down the Jamison Valley and your first glance of the Three Sisters.

Next, is Katoomba and Echo Point and the world famous Three Sisters via the Leura Cascades. Once we finish here, we head towards our next stop which is the Scenic World https://www.scenicworld.com.au) where you can take a ride across the valley on the Sky View cable car or drop down into the valley by riding the steepest passenger railway in the world.

Lunch from your choice of one of Katoomba’s or Leura’s many cafe’s and restaurants before heading to Anvil rock lookout.

We now start heading back home but not before driving into Wentworth Falls, from here we head back to Sydney.

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What you can expext on the 2 Day Ultimate Private Sydney and Wildlife Experience Private Blue Mountains Day Trip

Day One

As Sydney is a busy and fluid city not all tours start and finish at the same location, our drivers will endeavour to stick to the itinerary as best as possible, however traffic conditions may affect determine the ultimate the itinerary.

We start around The Rocks area and we always stop under the Harbour Bridge offering the most breathtaking views of the Opera House, once we get going we head off towards the Botanical Gardens and The Library, Mint House, Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney’s first hospital and St Mary’s Cathedral.

As we head East, we will visit Woolloomooloo home to Garden Island, Sydney’s premium Naval Base site, then on to Double Bay, Point Piper, Rose Bay, Vaucluse and Watson’s Bay where fabulous views of the Harbour Bridge and the CBD can be enjoyed.

We soon start our trip towards Bondi but not before enjoying the incredible vistas from South Head of the North Head and cliffs facing the Pacific Ocean, and who knows, at the right time of the year you may get to see some whales!

Bondi is our next destination and just before we get there a quick stop at Diamond bay for photos and a cliff walk at Dover Heights may be available (time permitting).

Bondi Beach is Australia’s best known beach and every tourist needs to visit it and photograph it no matter what time of the year you are there, the northern side of the beach at ben Buckler Point homes the 235-tonne, car-sized rock that was thrown out of the sea during a storm in 1912.

Having had a short break for some lunch we head south to La Perouse via Tamarama, Bronte, Coogee and Maroubra beaches before heading north via the Sydney Harbour Bridge, we visit Blues Point at the very tip you’ll be able to enjoy more great views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Luna Park. Further north we drop in to Mosman home to our Zoo and Bradleys Head, a location very popular for wedding photographs due to the amazing views, from here we go to Manly via The Spit, then onto North Head to see Watson’s Bay and the South head from the north side, North Head is home to the “Old Quarantine Station”, from North Head park and the 100 meters high cliffs is where you will see even more breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour.

From here we head back to your hotel for a good nights rest.

 

Day Two

After being picked up from your Sydney hotel, we head off west generally following the route the early explorers carved through the mountains.

Our first stop is at Featherdale Wildlife Park (https://www.featherdale.com.au) that provides a home to over 1,700 Australian native animals from more than 250 different species and serves as Australia’s largest native collection. Focusing solely on native animals, here you will find the largest collection of koalas in New South Wales, open enclosures filled with kangaroos and wallabies, as well as lots of  Australian animals, such as dingos, echidnas, wombats, bilbies, Tasmanian devils, reptiles and a stunning collection of birds from Australia and around the world.

Once back on the road, we head towards Leura and the world famous Sublime Point lookout for a great view down the Jamison Valley and your first glance of the Three Sisters.

Next, is Katoomba and Echo Point and the world famous Three Sisters. Once we finish here, we head towards our next stop which is the Scenic World https://www.scenicworld.com.au) where you can take a ride across the valley on the Sky View cable car or drop down into the valley by riding the steepest passenger railway in the world.

We now start heading back home reaching your hotel at around 6pm.

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Additional information about the 2 Day Ultimate Private Sydney and Wildlife Experience Private Blue Mountains Day Trip

In addition to the regular Blue Mountains trip, you will visit Featherdale Wildlife Park which is home to one of Australia’s most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. Have a personal encounter with a Koala and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies. Located western Sydney, on our way to the famous Blue Mountains, Featherdale is Sydney’s ‘hands on’ wildlife experience.

From the initial greeting by the swaggie at the entrance to the park, visitors are invited to take a walk on the wild side and meet over 1,700 animals from more than 280 different species. As well as many Koalas and Kangaroos, features include face-to-face encounters with all kinds of wildlife including Wallabies, Emus, an amazingly diverse range of birds and 40 species of reptiles in the Reptilian Pavilion.

You will also get the chance to encounter some more unexpected highlights such as Bettongs, Little Penguins, Wombats, a 4.5-metre Saltwater Crocodile and 30 species of endangered or vulnerable animals including Bilbys.

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