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Sydney, Blue Mountains & Hunter Valley

  • Sydney
  • Blue Mountains
  • Hunter Valley
Sydney, Blue Mountains & Hunter Valley Sydney, Blue Mountains & Hunter Valley
£ 2380

This self-drive tour has been specially created to offer you the right balance of exploring one of Australia’s most dazzling cities.

Complemented by an unforgettable road trip to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, followed by a stay on a five star vineyard estate surrounded by wineries, fine restaurants and excellent golf courses.

You’ll have six days in the Rocks area, one of Sydney’s coolest districts before setting off to the dramatic scenery of the famous Blue Mountains. It’s a treat for the eyes, followed by a sensory adventure for your palate as you sample the classic wines and gourmet food of the acclaimed Hunter Valley.

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Day 1-7

Sydney

Sydney

Travel to and arrive in Sydney.

You’ll be welcomed off your flight and taken to your hotel in the heart of Sydney’s dynamic Rocks area. So the city’s wide-ranging cultural opportunities, sizzling restaurants and bars, outstanding architecture, the harbourside and any number of different experiences are all close by.

You’ll be able to stroll past the Opera House and around the Circular Bay, relax in the Royal Botanic Gardens, take stunning photos from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, cruise across the harbour, visit Manly by ferry or step outside the city boundaries to discover fabulous beaches.

Stay: Six nights in the Amora Jamison Hotel.

Day 8-10

Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

A hazy, ultramarine when seen from afar, as you drive towards them they define the horizon. Then they seem to be marching across the landscape as you draw nearer, and the closer you venture the more beautiful they become. In fact, the Blue Mountains are so ruggedly photogenic they’re World Heritage listed. Make sure your camera’s batteries are fully charged.

Especially when you take a trip on the world’s steepest passenger train ride – the fabled Scenic Railway (the name is a masterpiece of understatement). You’ll be staying in the quaint and traditional village of Leura.

Stay: Three nights in the Old Leura Dairy.

Day 11-13

Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley

A delightful drive takes you down from the mountains and into the valley. The Hunter Valley to be precise – a famous centre of viticulture and home to many of Australia’s most prestigious wines. In fact, you’ll be staying in Pokolbin, at the five star Spicers Vineyards Estate with its breath-taking vistas of the Brokenback Mountains.

You’ll also be surrounded by Hunter Valley’s most internationally renowned wineries, any number of gourmet restaurants and a plethora of challenging golf courses – all within easy driving distance.

Stay: Three nights at the five star, Spicers Vineyards Estate.

Day 14-15

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