Sydney Adventure Tours – Sydney Backpacker Guide

Sydney Adventure Tours

Sydney, New South Wales

Campervan hire

  • The capital of New South Wales.  One of Australia’s largest cities.
  • Climate:- Usually temperate and sunny all year.  Exception – Severe thunderstorms most likely from October to March
  • Season:- Winter  (June – August)
  • Weather in August:- One of the coolest climates

Katoomba Scenic World Tours (Blue Mountains)

  • Price range:-  AUS $ 45.76 – AUS $ 161.15
  • Duration:-  10 hours – 1 day
  • Features of the standard tour:-     
    • Spectacular views of the Blue Mountains scenery  –  Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley
    • Views of the Three Sisters rock formation at Echo Point
    • 3 Scenic World rides – Cableway, skyway and railway
  • Optional features in selected tours:-
    • One-day pass to Scenic World
    • Unlimited rides on the Scenic Skyway, cableway, walkway and railway.
    • Native Wildlife scenery at Featherdale Wildlife Park
    • (Wombats, crocodiles and kangaroos)
    • Handfeed kangaroos
    • Fantasea River Cruise
  • Extra value additions to the “Hop-on hop-off Blue Mountains Explorer bus and Scenic World ride pass”:-
    • 40% discount to Blue Mountains Cultural Centre exhibition
    • A free glass of wine, beer or coffee with every meal at Leura Garage or Palette Dining
    • 10% off all treatments at Ubika Day Spa at Fairmont Resort & Spa Leura
    • 10% discount on full-priced chocolates at Blue Mountains Chocolate Company Katoomba
    • A free coffee with a dessert or meal at The Gingerbread House Katoomba
    • 10% off accommodation at Blue Mountains YHA & Equeva Group Hotels
  • Inclusions:-   
    • Hotel pick up and drop off (selected hotels only)
    • Admission to Featherdale Wildlife Park (selected tours only)
    • Full-day pass for the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus (selected tours only)
    • Full-day pass for all activities at Scenic World
  • Notes for traveller safety and comfort:- 
    • Disable access
    • Baby Prams and Strollers are not allowed on the Railway
    • Sections of the Scenic Walkway are not wheelchair accessible.
    • The most convenient and hassle-free way to get to the Blue Mountains is via train.

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