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Blue Mountains Hop-on Hop-off Tour with Optional Scenic World Rides and Waradah Aboriginal Centre

Highlights
  • Hop-on hop-off Blue Mountains tour
  • Hop on and off as many times as you like over a 3-day period
  • Visit the major attractions in the Blue Mountains including the Three Sisters and Echo Point
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Blue Mountains Hop-on Hop-off Tour with Optional Scenic World Rides and Waradah Aboriginal Centre
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3 Day Hop-On Hop-Off TourMost Popular
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour. Valid for up to three consecutive days from the first time of use.
From $36.52
Lyrebird Pass
3-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour PLUS unlimited rides at Scenic World for one day only
From $65.00
Cockatoo Pass
3-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour PLUS unlimited rides at Scenic World and entry to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre for one day only
From $79.61
Overview
Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the Blue Mountains with a sightseeing pass valid for three days, plus optional Scenic World rides and Waradah Aboriginal Centre admission. Your bus stops at 29 convenient locations, where you can hop off to visit mountain towns, snap photos from the Three Sisters and Echo Point lookouts, and more. Upgrade to the Lyrebrird Pass or the Cockatoo Pass for access to additional attractions such as the Southern Hemisphere’s steepest cableway and a coroboree show.
What to Expect
Depart from Katoomba Railway Station or board your hop-on hop-off bus at any of the 29 sightseeing stops in the Blue Mountains. Step on and off whenever you wish in the central Leura and Katoomba area, with buses running every 30 minutes throughout the day.

Plan your day as you like, visiting the region’s waterfalls, art galleries, gardens and towns with their boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The bus stops at all the main attractions, including the scenic lookouts at Three Sisters and Echo Point.

See more while you're in the Blue Mountains by upgrading to the Lyrebird Pass with entry to Scenic World, or add on the Cockatoo Pass that includes entry to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre.
Itinerary
Lyrebird Pass: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour plus Scenic WorldEnjoy unlimited rides on your one-day visit. Float above the clifftops and rainforest canopy on the Skyway, with a glass floor for adrenaline-charged 360-degree views of Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters and the Jamison Valley. Ride the steepest cable car in the Southern Hemisphere on the Scenic Cableway across the Jamison Valley, then follow a path on the Walkway through ancient rainforest dating back to the Jurassic era. The route takes you by relics of the area's coal-mining past. Complete your visit to Scenic World with a ride on the world’s steepest scenic railway, tracing the cliffs’ sheer drop to the Jamison Valley floor.
Cockatoo Pass: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour plus Scenic World and Waradah Aboriginal CentreEnjoy entertainment and a cultural experience at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre, where interpretive performances are held throughout the day. Watch five Aboriginal songs and dances performed at a coroboree, with dancers dressed in traditional paint and costume.

Hear the music of the didgeridoo in an interactive show revealing the history of this unique instrument, and gain unique insight into the Blue Mountains’ Aboriginal culture. Browse the gallery of artworks by Aboriginal artists from around Australia and the center's interesting selection of souvenirs.
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Reviews (101)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Value

We purchased the mid-range Lyre Bird Pass which included our entry to Scenic World. This was WELL worth it. We arrived in Katoomba in time for the 2nd bus and we were advised to get off at Scenic World first. We are glad we took...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank mikalajaneee
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Exhausting but amazing!!

What a great way to see all the Blue Mountains has to offer. The staff and bus drivers were very friendly and super helpful. We crammed a lot into our day and did a lot of walking and climbing at Echo Point and Scenic World....More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Margaret M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic time

Spent a few nights in the Blue Mountains and used Explorer Bus to get from place to place. Absolute Fantastic. Paid online, then collected my ticket/info booklet next to Katoomba train station. You just simply show the driver your booklet at you get on the...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Samantha F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Fantastic day!

We decided to take the HOHO bus around the blue mountains rather than hiring a car and Im so glad that we did. My only regret is that we didnt start our day earlier. The guide book that we got with our ticket was very...More

Thank LilacGerber
BmExplorer, Manager at Blue Mountains Explorer Bus, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hi LilacGerber I'm Happy you enjoyed your day and good to hear you found the guide book useful, its a great asset for visiting guests. We have a great bunch of local driver/guides and ill be sure to pass on your kind comments, hope to...More

Reviewed November 8, 2018 via mobile
Friendly and Helpful Staff, worth your money.

We went on a family holiday with seniors,adults and pre school kids. The ticket office is just outside the Katoomba Train Station. The business is family owned; they’re really family friendly and will help you with getting the senior and child discounts. Bus drivers provide...More

1  Thank kruban78
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brianstroud52
October 20, 2018|
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Response from slabster | Reviewed this property |
Yes. I took the bus one time without getting off to make a decision where to get off in the second round. The stop to see the three sisters is a short walk. There's also toilet and souvenir store :)
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Adria515
August 19, 2018|
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Response from 618annele |
I do not think there wineries there.
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