DT1B: Blue Mountains Bush Walking

DT1-BL: Blue Mountains Bush Walking + Lunch

Blue Mountains Bush Walking Tour Sydney

This is for someone who would like to experience the magical nature of the Blue Mountains at first hand.
It is the best way to enjoy a close encounter with amazing rock formations, waterfalls, native birds, unusual flowers and trees, whatever the season. 

Our groups have a maximum of 10 people, to give you more time at each location, and really personal service. (Larger groups can also be accommodated-please request further details).

You will start with a light morning tea in the fresh air of the mountains, to prepare yourself for the bush walk. (Approximately 1½ to 2 hours).

We will then commence our walk in a eucalyptus forest, where you will enjoy observing the changes in vegetation and rock formations, as we gradually descend into an ancient valley. We cross a few creeks, streams, and walk along a historical pass, hand carved stone steps, and waterfalls.

The magnificent views will give you many photo opportunities including that of the Three Sisters sitting majestically above the cliffs. Keep an eye out for the fascinating and evasive Lyrebird with a bit of luck, as well as Sulphur Crested Cockatoos, King Parrots and others.

We visit the historical Katoomba coal mine, and return to the top of the canyon on the world’s steepest rail ride, as the miners used to do. You will also have the opportunity to go on the Cableway & glass bottomed Skyway if time allows it (At your own expense).

From Cahill’s lookout you will have spectacular views of Narrow Neck & Boars Head. A great spot to embrace the beauty of the Blue Mountains.

Echo Point, home of the famous rock formations known as the Three Sisters, provides wonderful panoramic views of this World Heritage listed National Park.

We go through Leura, one of the most colourful country villages in the mountains also known as the Jewel in the crown of the mountains. Time allowing, we will make a stop so that you can enjoy its old fashioned architecture, or browse its quaint & unique shops, boutiques & galleries. Good opportunity to purchase some local produce, such hand-made soaps, candles, arts & crafts, and if you have a sweet tooth…how about some Belgian style chocolates, honey, candies, etc.
Enjoy superb views and an amazing overhanging cliff at Kings Tableland, an area that was inhabited by aboriginal people at least 22,000 years ago.

*NOTE: Changes may be made on the day, subject to weather conditions.

Children participating in this tour must be 13 years old plus.

Prices and inclusions


Daily, except Christmas day & New year’s day. (Limited drop off points on New Year's Eve)


7:15 – 16:30

Minimum Numbers

2 Adults




Child (3 – 12 years old)


AU $139.00

Internet Special
AU $116.00



AU $168.00

Internet Special
AU $141.00




Courtesy pick up from CBD hotels / Entry fees to National Park / Morning Tea (Tea, Coffee, Biscuits) / Train Ride ticket (one way).

*Lunch is NOT included. There will be local restaurants and cafes available (Own expense).


Same as DT1-B, +Lunch included at a local licensed restaurant, (1 main dish from 4 selections served with chips & salad, Tea / Coffee station). Soft drinks and alcohol available at own expense.


Guided bushwalk (approx 2hours.) / Scenic World / semi Temperate Forest / Katoomba Coal Mine / Cahill’s lookou t/ The Three Sisters / Echo Point Lookout / Leura Village / Kings Tableland (Flat Rock).

* Itinerary or time schedule may change on the day depending on the circumstances.


Larger groups available upon request.
Language options available in Spanish, Japanese & English at no extra cost.