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Best of Blue Mountains tours with TourChief!

Enjoy breathtaking landscapes of Blue Mountains on popular day tours with TourChief!

Explore the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains region with TourChief! Discover epic tourist destinations like Three Sisters, Scenic World, Featherdale Park, Jenolan Caves & more! With more than 20 Blue Mountains sightseeing tours, choose & pick the one that has all inclusions of your choice!

Top Blue Mountains Tours | Sydney's most Popular Blue Mountains Tours

Explore World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park! Visit Katoomba, Scenic World & more! Pick & choose the best deals on Blue Mountains day tours!


Blue Mountains tours

Blue Mountains tours

Best of Blue Mountains tours with TourChief!


Travel to the Mystic Mountains

Travel to the Mystic Mountains

The azure tower of mystery!
Trek down to forested valleys, glide between cliff tops, ogle at the rainforest canopy and soak up the unblemished mountain aura of the world-renowned Blue Mountains. There are many dedicated operators that offer excellent day tour packages to Blue Mountains from Sydney. Home to primeval plants and endangered animals the World Heritage site of Blue Mountains is a treasure trove of nature. Escape into nature's cradle and indulge in the mystic vibe of the alluring rainforest resting at the foot of Three Sisters. There may be many natural wonders in the world but nothing comes close to the enchanting beauty and unwrapped mysteries of Australia’s pride, the scenic region of Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains, Australia

The Best of Blue Mountains in one video!


Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

Travel to the Mystic Mountains (Continued)

Blue Mountains ranges bordering Sydney’s metropolitan area have numerous hotspots like Scenic World, spectacular Jenolan Caves, lush rainforests and crystal-tinted waterfalls. The oozing oil droplets from towering eucalypts coalesce with water vapour and sunlight to bring about the distinctive blue colour which in turn has resulted in entrusting its name. This natural blue haze is a phenomenon only witnessed in the Blue Mountains and is one of the reasons why it is bustling with tourist all throughout the year.


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Listen to the chirping of lyre bird and take in the smells and sounds filling the fresh air of the archaic rainforest on an early morning walk, [enjoy the astounding views of the Jamison Valley, Katoomba Falls and Three Sisters from the glass-floored Scenic Skyway, explore the oldest and most awe-inspiring Jenolan Caves and underground lake], pump up your adrenaline with a 4WD adventure or a mountain bike or more, the possibilities to explore this natural wonderland are endless.(


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Check out the cool-climate Botanical Gardens located in Mount Tomah, which is home to rare flora including Wollemi Pine and witness the limestone formations dating back to over 340 million years. Learn about ancient Aboriginal culture and watch traditional dance performances at the Aboriginal Centre in Katoomba.


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The world of excitement!
Scenic World equipped with latest transfer equipments bestows you with panoramic views from every possible angle and is definitely the best place to start your Blue Mountains expedition. The Skyway suspended above ancient ravines provides continuous view of Mount Solitary, Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley through its glass cabin floors. The Cableway with its unique vantage point of Three Sisters and Orphan Rock from its fully enclosed cabin, is also the largest in Southern Hemisphere. The rainforest boardwalk is among the best ways to watch the primeval forest up-close, watch its changing colours, see waterfalls from towering cliffs and listen to acoustics of native birds and raindrops clinging to leaves. Hop on the Scenic Railway opened by Hammon Family and ride down the steepest passenger railway track in the world. Feel your heart throbbing as you descend down 310metres to the primordial forest through the cliff-side tunnel. This insane rail ride to the floor of the valley has thrilled more than 25 million passengers since its inception.

Not only tourists world over but even Sydneysiders go for sightseeing day tours to Blue Mountains in order to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Be sure you don’t miss out on it during your time at the harbour city!



Discover the enchanting wilderness of the ancient rainforest, explore the enigmatic Jenolan Caves, leisure around at Scenic World and hike to cryptic Three Sisters on a sightseeing day tour to World Heritage listed site of Blue Mountains.