Tour ID: 10053794
Blue Mountains hop-on hop-off tour around Katoomba and Leura. 29 Bus stops includes all the highlights in the Blue Mountains area. This gives you the freedom to explore the places you want to spend more time at and bypass those you don't.
Stops and highlights include:
Stop 1 - The Carrington Hotel – Unique heritage property built in 1880 – Board the bus at this stop, if arriving by train, and show our friendly driver your day pass.
Stop 2 -Leura Mall – Various shops in this quaint little country village. Stop 5 is a must for a delicious Devonshire tea plus see Australia’s largest collection of treasured tea pots.
Stop 6, 7 & 8 - These are stops for major resorts in the area.
Stop 9 - Leura Everglades Historic House and Gardens – Show your Day Pass at the booth to receive a discount into the magnificent European style gardens.
Stop 10 - Leuralla Toy and Railway Museum – One of the world’s biggest collections of pre and post war toys. Show your Day Pass and receive discount on entry.
Stop 11 - Gordon Falls – At the Falls is the start of the Prince Henry Cliff walk. You can do a 1 hour bushwalk to Leura Cascades (Stop 13).
Stop 12 - Three Mysteries – You can have a look around here and see a spectacular view of Jamison valley and Mt Solitary.
Stop 13 - Leura Cascades – Alight at this beautiful area and take a walk down to the rock pool.
Stop 14 - Kiah lookout – Here, you get a wonderful view of the Jamison valley. The driver stops here for a few minutes for you to alight and take photos.
Stop 15 - Honeymoon Lookout.
Stop 16 - Silvermist Lookout.
Stop 17 - Echo Point Tourist Information Centre.
Stop 18 & 19 - Echo Point & The Three Sisters – Here you will see a wonderful view of the Three Sisters and the Jamison valley with Mt Solitary in the background.
Stop 20 - The Three Sisters Plaza – Here you have souvenirs, jewellery and gifts. Plus cafes for light refreshments and coffee or tea.
Stop 21 - Lilianfels – One of the major hotels in the area.
Stop 22 - Skyway East Station
Stop 23 - Katoomba Falls – You can alight here if you wish to do a bush walk. Walk to Reid’s Plateau for a wonderful view of Katoomba Falls.
Stop 24 - Scenic World – here you can enjoy rides. The Scenic Railway goes over the edge of the mountain at a 52 degree angle down into the Jamison Valley. Once down there you can either
do a 10 minute boardwalk to Harry’s Station or a lovely 45 minute boardwalk through the rain forest and come back up on the Scenic Cableway. The Skyway (now with boarding and alight from stations both ends) takes you across the valley and you get a fantastic view of the Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters and the Jamison Valley.
Stop 25 - Blue Mountains Chocolate Company – the ultimate chocolate experience with over 40 handmade chocolate.
Stop 26 - Ameralias Plate World – over 4000 collectors plates on show. Plates for sale from gift shop.
Stop 27 - Katoomba RSL Club and Restaurant
Stop 28 - Katoomba Main Street – Specialty shops, cafes and restaurants.
Stop 29 - The Hattery – Australia’s leading hat shop. The Akubra specialists with the largest range of hats on display.
9:45 AM Daily
Blue Mountains and Katoomba
Tours commence at 9.45am from the Carrington Hotel, Katoomba Street and the last tour departs from the Carrington Hotel, Katoomba Street at 4.45pm.
On arrival, you should check in at the Trolley Shoppe located opposite the pedestrian crossing at Katoomba Railway Station.
From Sydney - Travellers can depart by rail via the 7.21am train (Monday to Friday) or the 7.18am train (Sat and Sun) from Central Railway Station to Katoomba.
Purchase your return rail ticket Sydney to Katoomba (approximately $20).
You will be emailed a link to the full map and timetable once your booking is made.
Blue Mountains, Katoomba and Leura
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