3 Day Hunter Valley Blue Mountains 4WD Eco Tour
3 Day Hunter/Blue Mountains

Tour departs Sydney 7am, returning two days later

  • 4WD air-conditioned `private charter' ecotour
  • twin share accommodation, private facilities
  • includes 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 2 dinners
  • Experienced driver/guide
  • wine tasting fees included
  • optional visit to Jenolan Caves, Hatter's Hideout
  • optional visit to the Scenic or Zig Zag Railways
  • optional visit to the `Glowworm Tunnel'
  • optional visit to `The Edge' Imax film
  • see our luxury 4WD tours in the New Range Rover

This guided tour explores two of our favourite local destinations in one scenic eco-tour. You will be travelling in comfort in one of our air conditioned 4WD vehicles so come with us and discover the beauty, diversity and hospitality of our Hunter Valley and Blue Mountains regions.

Suggested Itinerary:

Day 1) Sydney to the Hunter Valley via the Convict Trail:

  • north over the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • light breakfast at historic Wisemans Ferry
  • short walk along the Old Great North Road
  • scenic villages of St Albans, Laguna and Wollombi
  • lunch at Wollombi, home of Dr Jurd's `Jungle Juice'
  • boutique wineries hidden in sandstone valleys
  • overnight at beautiful Bimbadeen Mountain Retreat
  • alternatively, at Salisbury Lodges

Day 2) Hunter Winecountry to Blue Mountains:

  • we sample some of the Hunter's best wines:
  • Tyrells
  • Lindemans
  • Rosemount
  • lunch in the vinyards at McWilliams' `Elizabeth' cafe
  • scenic sandstone trails into the Blue Mountains
  • overnight at Katoomba's famous `Carrington Hotel'
  • alternatively, at the `Hatter's Hideout'
  • `The Edge' Imax film at Katoomba's Edge Cinema

Day 3) Blue Mountains sights - a number of options:

  • Visit `Hatter's Hideout', a privately owned cave on the edge of a scenic wonderland...
  • or the historic Zig Zag or Wolgan Valley Railways
  • perhaps a trip to the rugged `Lost City' region 
  • a morning walk through the Grand Canyon: a steep three hour walk through the famous canyon below Blackheath. You will need to be fit for this one but it is a great way to get `close and personal' to the real Blue Mountains...
  • ride Katoomba's historic `Mountain Devil' or into the World Heritage Listed rainforests of the Jamison Valley floor. After an interesting walk along an instructive boardwalk, we rise from the forest on a cable car to view the splendid Three Sisters, Ruin Castle, Orphin Rock and Mount Solitary.
  • return for optional afternoon tea at the `Carrington'
  • Leaving Katoomba at sundown, we'll have you back in Sydney one and a half hours later.

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