Circular tour of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Greater Nation Park Day 1.
Explore Katoomba, Leura, Jamison Valley Wentworth Falls. Descend the steps onto the three sisters. You'll have the chance to capture shots of multiple waterfalls, soak up rainforest scenery, and see gorges of selected Blue Mountains locations. Day 2.
Set out for Heritage Lithgow with its mining and weapons history in the north west via Blackheath before returning along the Bells of Line road via Mt Wilson, Mt Tomah and its botanical gardens, Bilpin, Richmond and Windsor.
Can be combined and start with our coastal tour creating one night, two days or two nights stay in the mountains.
Your Blue Mountains day tour starts in the morning at Katoomba Railway Station, where you’ll meet your photographer-guide and head to Echo Point overlooking Jamison Valley, your first photography stop. Take in the panoramic views over the valley, Ruined Castle, and Mt. Solitary, and walk down to one of the Three Sisters rock formations.
Continue to Sublime Point for views over Bridal Veil Falls and another perspective of Jamison Valley to Mt. Solitary, and then visit Leura Cascades, a waterfall surrounded by a rainforest environment, stopping for breakfast at Leura village (own expense).
Next up is Wentworth Falls, where you’ll visit a lookout for photo ops and descend to the Undercliff Track. Follow the track to the main falls before joining up with the Charles Darwin Walk and visiting two more waterfalls.
In Katoomba, break for lunch (own expense) before traveling to West Katoomba at Cahills Lookout for a photo op of the Narrow Neck Plateau. Following Cliff Drive, make stops at a number of lookouts before arriving back in central Katooma to end your tour with a camera full of scenic shots of this World Heritage-listed area.