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Blue Mountains Eco Tours
An experience, not just a tour
We are a friendly, family run tour operator providing day trips into the beautiful Blue Mountains, near Sydney Australia. Our speciality is operating tours with small groups. Our standard Blue Mountains day tour has a maximum of just 5 people.
Our belief is that there is so much to see and do in the Blue Mountains, your whole day should be spent learning about the discovery, beauty, wildlife and history that the Heritage Blue Mountains have to offer.
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How To Get Here..
Blue Mountains Twilight/Wildlife Tour
A truly unique Blue Mountains Twilight Tour, the 3 Sisters, all of the best views and wild kangaroo’s. Leaving Sydney mid morning, after the morning rush has ended, we enjoy a lovely drive in our Land Rover, up to the top of the beautiful Blue Mountains, without unwanted traffic. With a maximum group of 5 people you will be given a level of personal attention unrivalled by other tour companies. Along the way Paul will provide details of the days itinerary’s as well as a commentary on the history of Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Once in the Blue Mountains we will stop for a view of the 3 Sisters and the beautiful Jamison Valley before lunch from secluded uncrowded lookouts. We will stop for lunch in the quaint, heritage town of Leura. During this break you will have over an hour to decide which cuisine takes your fancy, from fine dining to affordable delicious food. After lunch, there will be more heart stopping photo opportunities and jaw dropping sightseeing. You will enjoy travelling along 4wd trails and venturing to places where anything other than a 4wd vehicle cannot, meaning secluded and private views of some of the most awe inspiring landscapes in the world. As the sun gets a little lower, some of our famous wildlife starts to wake up and only we know where to find them. Through many years of local knowledge we have learned where to find Kangaroo’s, Wallabies and maybe even a Wombat or Goanna.