Journey on world’s steepest train aboard the Scenic Railway. Go on a 545m Cableway descending into the Jamison Valley and ride Australia’s highest cable car suspended 270m above the valley on the Skyway!
Explore the largest underground cave in the southern hemisphere and world's oldest cave systems at Jenolan Caves! This limestone structure is also famous for having the most beautiful stalagmites and lagoon!
Visit Scenic World, perched on the cliff overlooking the Jamison Valley and Three Sisters! Stroll along the 2.4km walkway amid lush rainforests for spectacular views of this World Heritage listed region!
Go to the Echo Point for breathtaking views of Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters! Listen to the tales of how the rocky trio got their name and its cultural significance for the Aborigines.
Visit Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves on this value-for-money tour from Sydney. See this UNESCO World Heritage site from Scenic World, go on Skyway, Cableway and Scenic Railway and explore world-renowned Jenolan Caves with an expert tour guide. The language of communication on this tour will be mostly in Korean.
Reach pickup locations where the bus will pick you up to depart for Blue Mountains National Park. You stop at Echo Point for spectacular views of Three Sisters and Jamison Valley before entering the famous Scenic World. There are many ways to see Blue Mountains with the traditional walking tours being one of them, but Scenic World offers some pretty exciting options too!
Get to ride on the three main attractions of Scenic World: Scenic Skyway, Scenic Cableway and Scenic Railway. Skyway lets you glide between cliff tops, suspended 270 metres above the rainforest canopy, offering bird’s-eye views. Scenic Cableway offers another vantage point to see the Three Sisters and other Blue Mountains attractions.
Scenic Railway offers the thrill of riding the steepest passenger railway in the world while Scenic Walkway gives you the option to discover the tranquillity of the ancient rainforest.
There is a stopover at Jenolan Cave Café where you have lunch (at own expense). Post lunch you get to explore one of the largest underground cave formations. Jenolan Caves date back to approximately 340 million years old and are part of the culture of local indigenous peoples. Board the bus back for a relaxing journey back to Sydney, where you will be dropped back at the same pickup locations.
*Itineraries in English will be handed out before the tour and recorded commentary in English will be played enroute subject to tour guide and the number of Non-Korean guests both. This is solely based on the discretion of the tour operator and hence continous commentary in English & itineraries in English cannot be guaranteed for every tour.
Operates: Sunday, Thursday
Departure/Pickup Location: 389Pitt St,Sydney Rydges Hotel
Boards: 06:50 | Departs: 07:00 | Returns: 17:00
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