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Get your first taste of the Australian Outback during a Sydney Blue Mountains tour! Experience the breath-taking majesty of this world-famous mountain range and its mysterious blue haze. Then, hike to the bottom of the valley, where you can walk underneath waterfalls and frolic amongst the ferns. Along the way, snap a photo of The Three Sisters rock formation, one of the Blue Mountains’ most famous attractions! Or, board the Katoomba Scenic Railway, which is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the steepest funicular railway in the world! And, try your best to spot some of the rarest mammals on Earth, such as the koala, the yellow-bellied glider, and the long-nosed potoroo. It’s what to do on a Sydney Blue Mountains tour, mate!

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  • Our tips for Blue Mountains Our tips for Blue Mountains
    • Come on down! To fully enjoy the natural beauty of Blue Mountains, you should hike down to the valley. It only takes 45 minutes and you can then enjoy the waterfalls and ferns.
    • Up, up, and away! If you’re too tired or just don’t feel like hiking back up from the valley, there is a Scenic Railway with a steep, 52° incline that will shoot you right to the top.
    • On the flip side. Don’t forget that the seasons are reversed south of the equator. If you are visiting in December through February, bring water. If you’re coming in July or August, bring a very warm jacket.
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    Best Time To Visit The best time for a Blue Mountains Sydney tour depends on your interests. Late spring and early fall bring mild climates, suitable for almost any visitor. The air seems more clean and crisp during these portions of the year. Hiking in the higher regions during late fall and late winter becomes very risky once the rains begin. But, winter provides ideal weather for Yulefest, which is one of the most popular Australian events. Summer is quite warm during the day and cool in the evening, making for a pleasant experience during your Blue Mountains tour.
    Getting There Although driving yourself provides added flexibility, it takes about 90 minutes to get to the Blue Mountains from Sydney. Just take the M4 Motorway. Another option is to take a train from Sydney Central Station to Katoomba Station and then hire a car. This saves both gas and frustration due to traffic. Otherwise, the NSW TrainLink departs from Sydney quite frequently, with the fastest trains reaching Katoomba Station within 100 minutes.
    Money Saving Tips Short on time? No problem! A Sydney Blue Mountains daytrip is quite doable. Taking the train from Sydney saves both money and time, depending on Sydney traffic. Once you have reached Katoomba Station, you can opt for either a double-decker Blue Mountains Explorer Bus or a scenic trolley. Both of these options make frequent stops at all of the main attractions, allowing you to hop on and off as you please.
    Did you know? Quick Trivia – Impress your fellow travellers with these Blue Mountains factoids.
    • At 470-million-years-old, the Blue Mountains are almost 10 times older than the Grand Canyon!
    • Many locals believe the blue haze is caused by the eucalyptus trees. But, really, a parametric process, called the Rayleigh Scattering, causes everything to appear blue from a distance.
    • At 3,986 feet above sea level, Mount Werong represents the peak of the Blue Mountains .
    • The Sydney Blue Mountains generates approximately 250 million dollars per year from domestic daytrippers alone!

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