Blue Mountains Tour With Coast Warriors
Coast Warriors is Sydney’s newest tour operator and we have amassed hundreds of 5 star reviews over various platforms. We are the only tour operator in Sydney to solely target the younger 18 to mid 30’s with the average age for CW tours at about 25 years. We are also the most NON commercial operator in Sydney and we generally fill our tours via recommendations…thanks guys!
Really see what the Blue Mountains has to offer with a tour created by a lifelong local Blue Mountains resident. We take you to several breathtaking lookouts, where you can set your gaze upon the monolithic walls of the great dividing mountain range, view the vast sweeping canopies of Eucalyptus trees in the Jamison Valley, get up close with the iconic Three Sisters at Echo point, hike through bush trails passing waterfalls as we appreciate the Wentworth Falls and in the warmer weather we have a nice swim in my local swimming hole deep in the bush and away from all the tourists.
Throughout the day you will also visit several quaint mountain towns such as Glenbrook, Katoomba and Leura. You will get to check out local wildlife such as, Lyre birds, Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Magpies, Kangaroos and sometimes even snakes (from a safe distance). You will even get the chance to throw a boomerang, see some top secret Coast Warriors viewpoints and swimming on the warmer days. Grab a free drink and food at a local bar at the end of our tour.
What makes us different to other Blue Mountains tour companies?
Coast Warriors tours are run by young Aussies only, we have travelled the world and consider ourselves professional travellers running an Aussie tour business that is not your typical tour company. Coast Warriors tours have 2 Aussie staff on every tour that really bring together the group and creates a feeling of mates travelling with mates opposed to a standard tour. All our tours include an authentic, quality, Aussie BBQ that includes kangaroo, sausages and more! If you don’t eat meat because you love animals or you just really hate vegetables and what to ensure their destruction by a strict vegetarian diet. We have fulfilling meal options for you so you don’t go hungry.
Finally, Coast Warriors tours are organised and run by local, handsome guides that endeavour to create an experience that toes the line between an informative, guided tour and travelling with friends.
Blue Mountains Day Trip Description
The Coast Warriors Blue Mountains Tour adventure commences early in the morning, as you and other backpackers shuffle yourselves to the meet up point like a horde of sleep deprived, residual alcohol affected zombies. Your first interaction with Coast Warriors is when you woken from your undead like state by one of our crazy hat clad, coffee drenched guides yelling out the bus window at the horde with a megaphone. Everyone shuffles on the bus and have a bit over an hour to acquaint themselves with the group before we hit our first stop Glenbrook, hometown of one of our awesome guides. We stop here for take away breakfast, coffee, drinks and bathrooms before we head up the Mountains and get your tour underway.
Trudy powers up the mountain for another 45 mins driving through Katoomba and stopping at Echo Point. From there you embark on an informative hike to the Honeymoon bridge and see and learn about the Aboriginally significant, Iconic landmark the Three Sisters. Now that the biggest tourist stop of the day is complete we head over to Wentworth Falls. From there we do an Approx. a 90min nature enclosed hike down to the Undercliff walk, Stairs of Doom and National Pass to several amazing viewpoints of the Jamison Valley and the breathtaking 187M tall Wentworth Falls. This hike is not overly demanding but if you don’t feel up to it then you can do the walk to the first waterfall then stroll back in your own time to meet with our second guide who is cooking your bbq lunch. All that sightseeing, bush walking and waterfalls makes people hungry, after your hike you come back to your Aussie BBQ lunch. We are happy to say that Coast Warriors is Sydneys only operator to cook a fresh bbq lunch….lunch is on us!
We then head down the Mountain to the absolutely jaw dropping Lincoln Rock for a big selfie party before we head deep into the national park, down a long dirt road to a clearing that is a popular kangaroo hang out. These kangaroos are as wild as they can get and we often see joeys in and out of the pouch. After getting a few snaps of kangaroos and throwing a boomerang we head to a couple top secret Coast Warriors viewpoints we only know of because of our wealth of local knowledge OR on the warmer days we substitute this secret viewpoint for some swimming and sun bathing at my local swimming spot in G’town!
People generally end up talking themselves to sleep on our return drive back to Sydney city. On arrival we get out our megaphone and wake you guys all up.The tour might be over but it’s not time to say goodbye yet as we head as a group to a nearby bar for a free drink and food to wrap up the great day on our Blue Mountains Tour.
Please note that we have removed Scenic World and Featherdale Wildlife Park from our Blue Mountains tours from the feedback of our past customers. Simply Scenic World is overly touristy and an extra cost $45/person at the gate. With Featherdale, it is too rushed, a proper Blue Mountains day tour should not have time to visit an unrelated zoo. If you are seeking these then there definitely is other operators that can assist. At the bottom of the page is links to two zoo options if that is your thing.
Blue Mountains Day Trip Details
Every Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays *Not running on Xmas or NYD as we will be at the beach!
Departure from 7:15am. Departure areas:
- Kings Cross Train Station (10mins from Bondi, 20 mins from Coogee),
- Sydney City near Central train station
- Glebe near Sydney University
- Strathfield Train Station
- Glenbrook Train Station
- Katoomba YHA or Train Station
Drinking water, walking footwear, camera, smile, swimming clothes, towel
18 to mid 30s please
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Kangaroos & Kookaburras aren’t enough?
As mentioned earlier we do not take our guests to the zoo as our tour does not have the time for a zoo, we are a Blue Mountains tour. So to help you out Sydney has two options available to travellers without transport. The large and beautiful Taronga Zoo which is a ferry ride from Circular Quay. The other option is a short walk from Town Hall station within the city, Wildlife Sydney is located in Darling Harbour and often has a cheap package with the adjoining Sydney Aquarium. Why not enjoy a full day in the Blue Mountains then visit a zoo another day at your own pace 🙂 !!!
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