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Tour Itinerary: Day One – Blue Mountains, Orange and Farmstay | Day Two – Canowindra, Abercrombie Caves, and Megalong Valley | Day Three – Horse riding, Blue Mountains and Aboriginal Rock Art | Back to Tour Description
Farmstay, Caves, Horse Riding & Blue Mountains Tour – Day Three
- We prepare breakfast in our own cabins
- Visit the nearby Blue Mountains Equestrian Centre (1) where you can take the optional horse ride on specially selected horses through natural bushland.
- Experienced riders will be given a horse they can control, but no experience of horse riding is necessary as the centre’s professional guides help novice riders on quiet horses, and if horses are not your style Sally can accompany you on a nearby scenic bush walk instead.
- After morning tea the tour continues to Katoomba (2), in the heart of the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park.
- The world’s steepest railway, the Scenic Railway, takes you to the floor of the picturesque Jamison Valley, where you can explore the history and natural beauty on the convenient boardwalks.
- The cliff tops around Katoomba afford amazing views of rock formations, such as the Three Sisters and lush flora of the Jamison Valley. We see these before our last lunch stop in a local park.
- Before heading back to Sydney there is a choice of Aboriginal Experiences. We can visit the Waradah Aboriginal Centre to see dancing and didgeridoo playing or we can make a stop in the Blue Mountains National Park to view Aboriginal Rock Art, near Glenbrook (3), painted by local Australian indigenous inhabitants centuries before the arrival of Europeans in Australia.
- Then it is back to Sydney (4) for passenger drop offs at prearranged convenient locations.