Book your Blue Mountains Adventure with Dingo Travel!

Day Tours with a difference!

Sublimely beautiful, the Blue Mountains is one of the most spectacular parts of the country, recognised with a World Heritage listing and easily accessible from Sydney.

Just 90 minutes from ‘down-town’ by Dingo Travels’ luxury Mercedes Benz 14-seater coach, the Blue Mountains has some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions. With dramatic views over the deep valley troughs gouged out over millions of years, the lookouts at Wentworth FallsGovetts Leap and Echo Point are among the most popular.

Dingo Travel offer traditional Day Tours to the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves.

For a UNIQUELY Australian experience we also offer Aboriginal Blue Mountains Day Tours. Our local indigenous guide will take you on a tour to explore the Darug people’s region of the lower Blue Mountains. Tours start with a traditional ‘smoking ceremony’.

All tours include a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to over 1,700 native animals, Australia’s largest collection. You will find the biggest colony of koalas in NSW, 3 open enclosures filled with kangaroos and wallabies, as well as dingos, echidnas, wombats, bilbies, Tasmanian devils, reptiles and a stunning collection of native birds.

Your day will finish with one last adventure – a ferry ride up the Parramatta River into Sydney Harbour. Enjoy all the sites along the way, ending a fun-packed day in relaxing style. You can disembark at your choice of Darling Harbour or Circular Quay.

From AUD $169.00 per person

We visit Katoomba, Scenic World, Echo Point – home of the Three Sisters and Waradah Aboriginal centre

From AUD $219.00 per person

Following a traditional smoking ceremony, walk the Jamison Valley and
learn about the history of Australia’s Aboriginal culture. Then,
the Prince Henry cliff walk to learn about native bush foods, medicines and mythology. Followed by the Three Sisters look out, and Waradah Aboriginal centre.

Private tour from AUD $750

The Jenolan Caves, located in the hart of the Blue Mounains , Australia’s most impressive limestone caves

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