Itinerary Highlights

  • Visit isolated lookouts away from the crowds
  • Enjoy a guided walk in the Blue Mountains National Park
  • Experience amazing views of the Three Sisters rock formation 
  • Spend time strolling through the quaint village of Leura
  • Learn about the area's unique flora and fauna through your guide
  • Option to Meet Australia’s iconic animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park.
  • Option to include a visit Scenic World to ride the world's steepest incline railway. 

Ultimate Blue Mountains Private Tour Pricing

  • 1 Guest $680 ($680 Per Person)
  • 2 Guest $680 ($340 Per Person)
  • 3 Guests $720 ($240 Per Person)
  • 4 Guests $760 ($190 Per Person)
  • 5 Guests $800 ($170 Per Person)
  • 6 Guests $840 ($140 Per Person)

7 or more Guests. Please contact us and we will send you some highly competitive pricing customised to your group. We can cater to groups of any size.

What's Included 

  •  Late Model air conditioned vehicle
  • Passionate & Knowledgeable local guide
  • Pick Up & drop at location of your choice
  • Bottled water provided 

What's Not Included

  • Food and drinks at own expense

Itinerary Details




Why should I take a  tour of Blue Mountains when I am in Sydney?

Very few cities in the world have an amazing world heritage listed wilderness area on its doorstep like Sydney does with the Blue Mountains. Being only 90 minutes from the central business district (downtown) it makes perfect sense to do a Blue Mountains tour from Sydney. The scenery in the Blue Mountains is truly world class. You will see jaw dropping canyons, valleys, huge vertical sandstone cliffs and a number of beautiful waterfalls which trickle over the ancient escarpment. Doing a Blue Mountains tour is also a great way to see some of Australia’s unique flora and fauna and to get an understanding of Australia outside of the big global cities like Sydney. There are many companies that operate Blue Mountains tours from Sydney, big companies running large coaches, tour companies taking groups of about 10-25 guests and companies like Cloud 9 Tours that run private Blue Mountains tours where you will only travel with the people you choose to travel with. Enjoying a private tour of the Blue Mountains with Cloud 9 Tours means that you will fit so much more into your day, be able to travel at the pace that you wish to and have the beauty of a flexible itinerary on the day. 

Is Featherdale Wildlife Park worth visiting on a Blue Mountains Private Tour ?

Featherdale Wildlife Park (Zoo) is located in western Sydney just off the main motorway that Blue Mountains tour companies will take when running tours from Sydney. This makes it a perfect stop either at the start of your Blue Mountains tour from Sydney or at the end of your tour. The park is all about showcasing Australia’s huge range of native fauna and you won't find any of the typical animals not native to Australia that you would find in zoos around the world.

If you are keen to get up close to all of Australia’s most iconic animals (koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats etc.) as well as a number of species you may have never heard of before then this is the for you. The vast majority of our guests absolutely love Featherdale and if you haven’t had a chance to get up close and personal with Australia’s unique wildlife we recommend a visit there on your Blue Mountains tour.  Also, we can guarantee that any children in your group will love the stop at Featherdale on their Blue Mountains tour.

What is Scenic World and should I include it in my Blue Mountains tour?

Scenic World is a major tourist attraction that the vast majority of Blue Mountains tour companies visit. It is located right in the heart of the Blue Mountains at Katoomba. Scenic World is perfectly located, overlooking the magnificent Jamieson Valley with great views of the famous Three Sisters rock formation. It's home to four attractions (Scenic Railway, Scenic Cable Way, Scenic Skyway and Scenic Walkway) all accessed from the one site.

Seeing a performance at Waradah Aboriginal Culture Centre

Waradah is an Aboriginal cultural centre at Katoomba in the heart of the Blue Mountains. Include in your Blue Mountains tour an enjoyable 20 minute performance which covers a number of areas of aboriginal Australian life including, local laws, tools, music, song and dance. The centre always has a number of displays that give you a better understanding of indigenous life and issues, as well as a great shop full of indigenous art and unique items.

Taking a cruise/ferry back to Sydney after your Blue Mountains Tour

If you are keen to get back to Sydney as early and easily as possible, then travelling by vehicle directly to your accommodation is the best option, particularly if you have plans for the evening. However, you have the option of returning to the city via the harbour. Board a Rivercat at Parramatta and enjoy a 45 minute cruise up the historic Parramatta River. This is a great opportunity to see Sydney from the water as you cruise back to Darling Harbour or Circular Quay. This is a good option for tourists who have accommodation close by.

How the weather can affect your Blue Mountains Tour

The weather can have an impact on any visit to the Blue Mountains. Generally the weather is great but being a mountain environment, the weather can change quickly and be hard to predict. Most guides who work in the area will tell you that they find the best time to see the area is when you have some clouds in the valley which add to the experience.

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