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  • Package inclusions: 

    • Return Seat-In-Coach Airport Transfer (6am-6pm only).
    • 2 Nights Accommodation in Sydney with daily Breakfast 
    • 3D2N Blue Mountains walking Holidays with Luxury Accommodation


Upon arrival to airport transfer to hotel, free time at leisure to explore the “Largest city in Australia”, best known for its Opera House, massive Darling Harbour and Circular Quay are hubs of waterside life, with the towering, arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Gardens.




Today, We’ll start the Blue Mountains walks by hiking through rainforest and open woodland, opening up to spectacular overlooks, then trace creeks beneath ferny understory down into the forest. Work your way through the valley and up to a lookout point for views of Grose River Valley. Then watch for colourful king parrots taking flight and for the “weela weela” song of the yellow-tailed black-cockatoo.
We continue with the very best of Blue Mountains hiking with a descent through the bush to spectacular Bridal Veil
Falls, which plummets over 100 metres. Leading uphill, we’ll trace the valley edge to Evans Lookout, where you can admire the Blue Gum forest 500 metres below. Navigating down steep terrain to the Grand Canyon Creek we’ll pass silver-bark ash trees and black wattles following undulating terrain of tall coachwoods, sassafras, and giant ferns. Once at the Grand Canyon, take in the beautiful and impressive gorge, cut and shaped by the river below over millennia. Pass through The Rotunda, an expanse of sand and silt overshadowed by hanging rocks.
Walks: Some steep, uneven terrain and a few river crossings on boulders / 12 km / 4 hrs
Meals: Walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the Jamison Valley
Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel with ensuite rooms



The morning will begin with a walk from our accommodation to the Skyway East Station. From here, catch the Scenic World Skyway over to the Scenic World Top Station. From there you will have a choice to either take the Scenic Railway (the steepest incline railway in the world) or Scenic Cableway (the steepest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere) down to the valley floor to begin the walk. Either of these options will take you on an exhilarating ride into the depths of the Jamison Valley rainforest, passing relics left by coal miners over 100 years ago. Look for the elusive ground-dwelling lyrebird and sip crystal clear water from Marrangaroo Spring.
Enjoy a lunch among a flock of cheeky currawongs or rosella parrots after scrambling up past apple, peppermint,
and bloodwood trees to the impressive rocky outcrop known as Ruined Castle. Upon return, you’ll have the option of boarding the cableway or railway, or opt to climb the Furber Steps, providing a rewarding ascent through dense rainforest, past cascading waterfalls and lovely grottoes with valley views mixed between.
Walks: Mostly easy walking except for crossing the old landslide which is moderate / 16-17.5 km / 5-6.5 hrs
Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs, walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by
the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the valley
Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel in ensuite rooms with gorgeous views over the valley



The setting for the grand finale is Wentworth Falls, the Jamison Valley and the Valley of the Waters. This historic
route and one of the most iconic of all the Blue Mountain walks, winds its way alongside waterfalls, beneath overhanging cliffs and through magnificent grottoes. The first section of the walk is concentrated on Wentworth
Falls. At the bottom of the falls we’ll stop and admire the view, experience the refreshing mist and sip morning tea.
Expect to eat lunch at the Valley of the Waters. The real highlight is the ‘midcliff’ walk along a wide path that has been carved into the sheer cliff face. Handrails, ladders and airy lookouts provide a birds-eye view over countless hectares of forest. Take a short walk back to the top of the cliff where it is back on the bus with an expected ETA to Sydney at around 4:30pm.
Walks: Most of the walk is reasonably easy and well-graded; the rest involves steep ups and downs including
steps and ladders / 10-15 km / 3-4 hrs
Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs and a walkers lunch



Free day at leisure till the transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
*Sequence of the itinerary may change without prior notice.

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