Private Blue Mountains Day Trip by 4WD from Sydney or the Blue Mountains
Enjoy this private Blue Mountains Day Trip by 4WD departing from both the Blue Mountains and Sydney CBD. Visit the Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls, Little Hartley Lolly Shop, Mount Victoria lookout, Adams Shed, Anvil Rock lookout and many more along the way. Morning and afternoon tea is provided with lunch available at many stops along the way. Being a private tour, you also have the option to customize your itinerary along the way.
After being picked up from your Sydney or Blue Mountains hotel, head off towards Katoomba following the main road and the route the early explorers forged through the mountains. Your first stop is Wentworth Falls for morning tea of cake or slice and tea or coffee.
Once your energy stores are replenished, take a walk down to the falls. This walk is of a general fitness level but does have many steps along the way. For those who cant complete this walk there are still great lookouts available for you to visit.
Back on the road, head for the Sublime Point lookout for a great view down the Jamison Valley and your first glance of the Three Sisters.
Next, head for Echo Point and the world famous Three Sisters via the Leura Cascades. From here, your next stop is Scenic World where (for an extra cost) you can take a ride across the valley on the Sky View cable car or drop down into the valley on one of the steepest grades of carriage way in the world.
Enjoy a delicious lunch from one of Katoomba's many cafe`s and restaurants (own expense) before heading to Anvil rock lookout, Victoria Falls and on to Little Hartleys fantastic Lolly Shop.
Start to head back via the Rock Lookout providing a fantastic view into Prince Regents Glen. In the warmer months and with time permitting you may make a bee line for the Ingar Picnic area at the end of the Ingar Fire Trail for a swim in a fresh mountain lagoon complete with its own waterfall. After your refreshing dip, head for Sydney or your Blue Mountains accommodation completing your journey through the world heritage listed Blue Mountains.