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Fantastic Aussie Tours

Tour 1: Blue Mountains Explorer Bus. The blue mountains explorer bus allows you the flexibility to plan your day according to your interests. Operating on an hourly basis from 9.30am the full day pass has no restriction so you can plan your day around the waterfalls, lookouts, bushwalks, craft shops, galleries, coffee shops & restaurants as well as scenic world.

Tour 2: Jenolan Caves. The full day tour – daily, departs 10.30am & returns 5.15pm. Experience the natural wonders of the blue mountains & great dividing range. Your journey to jenolan commences in Katoomba & follows the cliff drive to see the Three Sisters. Heading west to Blackheath and a stop at govetts leap which
overlooks the magnificent Grose Valley. Continue through rural farmlands & pine forest to jenolan caves reserve. You have time for one cave inspection selecting from the cave systems open to the public.

Value added, money saving passes combine the Explorer Bus Pass with the Jenolan Caves Tour. Choose from Lyre Bird Pass, Kookaburra Pass or the Cockatoo Pass. Details listed on web site.
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Touring Options

Lyre Bird Pass

Value added, money saving pass that combines the main features of the Blue Mountains sightseeing programme

Kookaburra Pass

Combining the best of the Blue Mountains sightseeing programme including the Jenolan Caves

Cockatoo Pass

The biggest bird – the biggest pass

Plughole Adventure Cave J6

Coach tour with adventure cave at Jenolan included

Blue Mountains Explorer Bus

The Blue Mountains Explorer Bus allows you the flexibility to plan your day according to your interests. Operating on an hourly basis, the full day pass has no restrictions so you can plan your day around the waterfalls, lookouts, bushwalks, craft shops, galleries, coffee shops and restaurants, as well as Three Sisters, the Scenic Railway and Skyway.

Jenolan Caves Tour

The Jenolan Caves, Australia’s premier underground limestone cave system is a wonderland set amongst a 2416 hectare reserve with an incredible variety of flora and fauna that provides a wide range of unexpected beauty, both below and above ground.

Highlights:
– 3 Sisters
– Govett’s leap
– Grose Valley
– Great Dividing Range
– Rural farmlands and forests
– Native birds
– Kanimbla and Hartley Valleys
– Mysterious Blue Lake
– Grand Arch
– Guided cave inspection option

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