Blue Mountains DayTours & Sightseeing Bus Excursions

Blue Mountains Bus Tours

Day Tours & Sightseeing

Blue Mountains Bus Tours

Sydney Charter Bus provides private group day tours to the Blue Mountains visiting all the major landmarks on an express 6hr highlight tour or full day tous from 8-12 hours. All Blue Mountains Day Tours start from the location of your choosing. All tours are private which means we do not mix groups.

Travel Time

Travel time to the Blue Mountains is 90 minutes from Sydney.
There are opportunities on the way for a comfort stop.
Depending on Sydney traffic the journey can take up to 2hrs each way.

Main Attraction

The main attraction for the Blue Mountains is the Three Sisters rock formation located at Echo Point in Katoomba. The viewing platform offers stunning views of the valley and plateaus that was once a volcano.

Original Inhabitants

The Gundungarra and Darrug tribal groups have been living in the region for over 6,000 years. Tools and rock art have been discovered revealing a rich culture in the area.

Our Touring Buses

All our coaches & minibus are CBUS (Charter Bus) registered & NSW Government Accredited (Acc: 35281) for Bus Lane usage
Day Tour

Blue Mountains

  • Echo Point
  • Scenic World
  • Cahills Lookout
  • Chocolate Factory
  • Leura Township
  • Additional Costs *
  • Entry Fees *
  • Lunch *
  • Professional Tour Guide *

Wollemi Pine

The Wollemi Pine, world’s oldest species of tree found in Wollemi National Park is unique to the Blue Mountains. One of the world’s rarest species, a “living fossil” dating back to the age of the dinosaurs. It was thought to have been extinct for millions of years.

Scenic World

Scenic World which offers cable car rides across and down into the valley or the world’s steepest railway into the subtropical rain forest and valley floor for short 20 minute loop walks, 40 minute walks and longer.

Seasonal Temperatures

Summer 23°C
Autumn 19°C
Winter 11°C
Spring 20°C

Safety & Comfort

All our coaches & minibus are seat belt equipped and have air-conditioning for your comfort and safety
Express Tour (6hrs)
Full Day Tours (8-12hrs)
Blue Mountains Day Tours
  • The Blue Mountains lie 122 km’s from Sydney.
  • The Blue Mountains area consists of 1.03 million hectares / 13,000 square km’s (5,019 square miles).
  • The Blue Mountains National Park is one of eight national parks that make up the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
  • Blue Mountains, Wollemi, Yengo, Nattai, Kanangra-Boyd, Gardens of Stone, Thirlmere Lakes National Parks and Jenolan Caves Karst Reserve.
  • The Greater Blue Mountains National Park is nearly half the size of Belgium (30,500 square km’s) (11,776 square miles).
  • It contains over 90 species of eucalyptus, supporting such a significant proportion of the world’s eucalypt species in the Greater Blue Mountains Area. Twelve of these are believed to occur only in the Sydney region.
  • The Wollemi Pine, worlds oldest species of tree found in Wollemi National Park is unique to the Blue Mountains. The region is so densely forested that the 40-meter-high trees escaped detection until 1994, flourishing undisturbed in a remote valley less than 200 km from Sydney.
  • The Wollemi Pine, one of the world’s rarest species, a “living fossil” dating back to the age of the dinosaurs. It was thought to have been extinct for millions of years. The few surviving trees of this ancient species are known only from three small populations located in remote, secret & inaccessible gorges within the Wollemi National Park.
  • There are over 140 km’s of walking tracks of all grades in magnificent settings make the Blue Mountains a bushwalker’s paradise. Some of these tracks were originally Aboriginal tracks.
Blue Mountains:
1813 Blaxland, Lawson and Wentworth successfully cross the Blue Mountains.
The Blue Mountains are not actually mountains but a series of plateaus that form part of the Great Dividing Range that runs north/south on the Australian continent.
The plateaus rise from 100 meters above sea level to 1,300 meters at its highest point.
Governor Phillip had first name them “Carmarthen Hills” then “Landsdowne Hills” in 1788 but was soon changed again.
The Blue Mountains got its namesake when the early settlers first viewed it from a distance.
It appeared a blue haze was lurking above the range.
The mountains are not actually blue, it’s the evaporation of eucalyptus oil from the dominant eucalyptus trees and the sun light scattering blue light particles that cause the blue haze.
Additional Services
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> Professional Tour Guides

Sydney Charter Bus

All our coaches & minibus are CBUS (Charter Bus) registered & NSW Government Accredited (Acc: 35281) for Bus Lane usage and Bus Only entry and exits.

Additional Services
> Itinerary Planning
> Entry Fees