Blue Mountain Tour in Sydney

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One of the advantages of a tour is the expertise of the guide. You learn a lot more about the area, people, history etc Also it gives you a chance to look round as you're being driven along. We find this preferable to driving out on our own where the driver is concentrating on the roads and traffic

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Palm Springs, Calif
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For our stay in Sydney next April we are booked with Sydney Wilderness for the Blue Mountain Tour.
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Originally posted by Shela
Just returned from Australia cruise. Blue Diamond Tour of the Blue Mountains was top notch. I would recommend them to everyone. Also did Red Diamond Tour of the Tobruk Sheep Station outside of Sydney. It was also a great tour.

Sent an email inquiry on December 24 and haven't heard anything; do you have a point of contact that you would feel comfortable posting?