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Wentworth Falls

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Wentworth Falls

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Blue Mountains Private Day Tour from Sydney with Wildlife Park and Cruise

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Blue Mountains’ sandstone rock formations and eucalyptus forests are one of the most iconic sights around Sydney. Pair them with native wildlife, a Parramatta River cruise, and a Katoomba rain forest adventure (optional at own expense) for a quintessentially Australian day out. Perfect for travelers on limited time, photo opportunities include the Three Sisters pinnacles, Boar’s Head Lookout, plus critters from koalas to kangaroos.
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Mahara K wrote a review Aug 2020
Sydney, Australia9 contributions
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we started our walk at 5am and was able to catch the sunrise. Props to the people who left their guitar. My sister and I were able to sing a few Maori songs. Also leaving at that time it gave us the chance to have the whole valley to ourselves. Beautiful. Would recommend. Will be doing it again.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Marga R wrote a review Aug 2020
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Absolutely amazing! Loved every activity and the vibe of the place. Vegan food was incredible. Highly recommended
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Date of experience: July 2020
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WishIWasStillThere2020 wrote a review Jul 2020
28 contributions2 helpful votes
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An amazing health retreat! Beautiful grounds. Comfortable and clean accommodation. Energizing activities. Pool (not heated so didn't take a plunge in winter) with valley views. A gorgeous bushwalk to Water Nymph Dell, and other tracks close by. You can do as much or as little as you please. Delicious, wholesome and plentiful (vegetartian) food. Never went hungry. Plenty of snacks and bottomless hot beverages (no alochol). The staff and instructors were kind and generous. Nothing was a bother. Great value for all inclusive. Massages were the only optional extra, and were fantastic. Plenty of space to lounge around, including the Zen Den. The only thing I would change was to have a real open log fire place, instead of the fake log gas one. I've made a promise to myself to become a frequent guest.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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AAAMM1 wrote a review Jul 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia324 contributions61 helpful votes
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National Parks has nearly completed a much needed upgrade of the over cliff walk from the car park to the Conservation Hut. Their track work is outstanding but it will still require good mobility to follow the full over cliff walk. This walk provides a great opportunity to experience the Blue Mountains National Park and it’s glorious views whilst not being to hard to access. You must wear comfortable walking shoes that may get muddy and take a weatherproof jacket. It’s not a long walk but still could be a challenge for some. There are a number of access and exit points if it’s becoming too difficult. The short track back to your start if you do the loop may reward you with a Lyrebird sighting! Always read and follow the National Parks safety advice that is signposted clearly at the entry points.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Pania wrote a review Jun 2020
Sydney, Australia137 contributions8 helpful votes
The view is amazing when you see the fog in the valley below. Beautiful colors of the cliffs. Waterfall is amazing. The walk to waterfall is moderate a few steep steps.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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