Myself and my partner were in Sydney over Australia Day long weekend and chose to explore the Blue Mountains with Gray Line, which was the highlight of our weekend. The Blue Mountains were absolutely beautiful.
Greg, our bus driver was very kind with great knowledge and commentary of Sydney and the Blue Mountains. It was fantastic to be riding in a big, comfy bus with large windows to take in the views.
Our first stop was Featherdale Wildlife Park. We had a perfect amount of time to wander around and see each animal. I was amazed they had a huge Croc which was cool to see up close. Koalas, Kangaroos and other animals roam around the clean and well set out park with minimal cages in which you are able to feed and have photos with.
Next we stopped at Echo Point to view the Three Sisters and start our Bushwalk into the Blue Mountains. We took about 2 and a half hours to do the walk at our leisure. Towards the end of the walk we were able to experience history of the coal miners that worked many years ago and then jump on the Scenic Railway up to the top.
We stopped in the quaint town of Leura where we were able to visit the Candy Shop, bakery and other quirky shops.
The last stop was at the 2000 Olympic Games Site in which we spent trying to find our names on the many poles which were erected for the volunteers.
Lunch isn't included but there is plenty of opportunity to buy food before and after the walk.
I would definitely reccommend this tour for people who like exploring and experiencing at their own leisure.
Cheers Gray Line
Alicia Evans :)
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