Blue Mountains Gourmet Sightseeing Adventure

Blue Mountains Gourmet Sightseeing Adventure
Outdoor Activities > 4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours > Adventure Tour
$148.5
Duration: 1 day
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Description

Explore World Heritage-listed wilderness with your eyes and taste buds as you discover spectacular rugged scenery with local food and produce. We start by collecting you from your CBD hotel for an early arrival into the mountains to get into some amazing photo opportunities, and learn all about the incredible region.

By the time you get to us, you already know that the Blue Mountains is a World Heritage listed National Park. The trick is finding someone who knows the place like only a local can, to take you to all those hidden nooks and crannies not known to the general public, all the while ticking off icons like the Three Sisters. We will take you to our favourite spots, source local produce for a progressive lunch, and chat to you about all the things we have learned about the beautiful Blue Mountains including its rich indigenous history and geology. 

We lift you up decent and right on time at around 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. with the goal that we can attempt to beat the traffic. Early mornings can be intense, so to slide you into the day we throw together a scrumptious breakfast for you to eat on the course that will set the tone for your day as you take a load off while we travel west towards the Great Dividing Range.

We won't be far into our trip before you detect a smoky blue shade not too far off and encounter firsthand why our fantastic mountains got its name.

We make the most out of any weather conditions so don't be frustrated in the event that you wake up to dark skies, simply make sure to bring a coat. In addition, there's an incredible little reward to a crisp mountains day – the hot chocolates are beyond words!

On the off chance that Scenic World is on your 'plan for the day', we will joyfully oblige and incorporate this in the day's exercises to your service.

On the off chance that Scenic World isn't for you, fear not – regardless we'll take you to see the gem in the crown, the well known Three Sisters. Go along with us as we visit a neighbourhood chocolatier brought up in the mountains where you can test some scrumptious high-quality chocolate and desserts.

The best piece of your visit, in any case, comes when we squirrel you away to excellent posts concealed from the standard groups. Here, you'll appreciate a lavish, dynamic lunch arranged from privately sourced deliver. Sit back, unwind and appreciate a mixed drink work in a World Heritage National Park!

After lunch, we stop at Bilpin as known as the Land of the Mountain Apple. In the event that it is picking season, we take you for a meander to pick your very own produce. Alternatively, we can drop into Bilpin Cider for you to appreciate a fresh apple cider.

Goodness, and one all the more thing – you'll have to look out for some celebrated Aussies for the duration of the day as kangaroos and other local natural life frequently fly in and say "Hello there" on our visits.

Your day will complete at Parramatta, where you will move on board a catamaran and appreciate a journey along the Parramatta River into the core of Sydney.

Explore World Heritage-listed wilderness with your eyes and taste buds as you discover spectacular rugged scenery with local food and produce. We start by collecting you from your CBD hotel for an early arrival into the mountains to get into some amazing photo opportunities, and learn all about the incredible region.

By the time you get to us, you already know that the Blue Mountains is a World Heritage listed National Park. The trick is finding someone who knows the place like only a local can, to take you to all those hidden nooks and crannies not known to the general public, all the while ticking off icons like the Three Sisters. We will take you to our favourite spots, source local produce for a progressive lunch, and chat to you about all the things we have learned about the beautiful Blue Mountains including its rich indigenous history and geology.