Blue Mountains

The 3 Sisters & Wentworth Falls to National Pass

When in Sydney the Blue Mountains are a must see, and what better way to see it than to hike through the Eucalyptus bushland, down the ancient sandstone valleys and over the magnificent waterfalls. Meet the iconic three sisters that have watched over the mountains for eons while we skip, hop, and weave our way through dense bush hiking trails looking out for native lizards, birds and wallabies that may cross our path.

Blue Mountains

The 3 Sisters & Wentworth Falls to National Pass

Tour Code: bm-3swfnp
Tour Duration: Full Day
  • Depart Sydney at 9am
  • Returns approximately at 6pm
  • Small group – max 11 people
  • All inclusive – no additional costs
  • Visit the Blue Mountains National Park
  • Echo Point and 3 Sisters lookout
  • Honeymoon Bridge and Scenic Cliff Walk
  • Wentworth Falls Upper and Lower
  • Princes Rock Lookout
  • Cliff walk & Fletchers Lookout
  • The National Pass Walking Track
  • Empress Falls
  • Spot native wildlife
  • Delicious lunch & snacks
  • Entry fee into National Parks
  • Experienced guides & local knowledge
  • Local commentary and information
  • Transportation in air-conditioned bus
Fitness Level:
  • Medium to Hard
  • Uneven & Slippery surface
  • Incline & Decline
  • Rock walk
What to bring:
  • Sunscreen, hat & sunglasses
  • Backpack & water bottle
  • Swimming gear & towel
  • Comfortable walking shoes
Pick Up Info:
  • Arrive at your pickup location 15 minutes prior
  • 8:00 AM – Darling Harbour – The Star Casino, main entrance on 80 Pyrmont St
  • 8:15 AM – Central Station – Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central on Corner of Quay St and George St
  • 8:30 AM – Circular Quay – Macquarie Park on the corner of Loftus St and Reiby Pl
  • 8:45 AM – Kings Cross – In front of the Dandelion Fountain (El Alamein) on Macleay St
  • Private Hotel Pick Up arrangements can be made upon Booking confirmation of tour
  • Drop off at Central Station Only – travellers are to make their own way home


Out of the City

We leave for the famous Blue Mountains, after all travellers have been picked up, where the gum trees give off a vapour that diffracts the light, turning the mountain’s blue. Along the way your guide will give you details of the day’s itinerary, what to expect, and crack a few jokes. So sit back and relax while we play some classic Aussie tunes and take you on an incredible adventure along the Australian coast.

Echo Point & the 3 Sisters

Check out the view of the 3 Sisters and Mount Solitary in the Megalong valley in this spectacular national park. We wont stay here too long as it can get crowded so we will make our way to Honeymoon Bridge for some alternative views of the Blue Mountains along the scenic cliff walk. Spot Lyre birds, frogs, dragons beard lizards and other native animals along the way.

Wentworth Falls

We then head to Wentworth Falls where we will have a huge nearly 360 degree view of the entire Wentworth Falls from the Princes Lookout as well as the valley below. We’ll then start to climb down the steep stairs along the cliff edge of Fletchers Lookout to get to the bottom of valley. Don’t forget to look up and see the water pouring down towards you.


The National Pass

Where most adventurers will turn back and head home, we will continue onwards deeper into the national park along the National Pass. Visiting more than a dozen other waterfalls, rock pools and have spectacular views of the Blue Mountains all to ourselves. You will even have a chance to take a dip in various rock pools but be warned, the water is very refreshing.

Conservative Hut

At the end of our incredible journey through eucalyptus bushland we will reach the Conservative Hut where we will have a delicious lunch served out for us in the bush before taking the shortcut overpass track back to Wentworth Falls.

Heading Home

After a full day at the Blue Mountains we will head back home. Share your stories, social media contacts, and photos with your new and wonderful friends.

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