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Sydney-based Guided Tour Offers Child-Friendly Blue Mountain Day Tour

July 26, 2013 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

The day tour by Anderson’s Tours isn’t your ordinary hiking trip. It’s an all-inclusive experience that incorporates wildlife parks, museums, scenic rails and other fun activities into the hiking experience – all things children live for. It’s a complete journey full of diversity, education, exercise and nature.

In addition to giving tours to groups of adults, Anderson’s also specializes in leading groups of families into the Blue Mountains. All tour guides are trained to deliver information in an easy-to-understand, engaging way. Questions are always welcome from children and adults alike.

“We continue to make our tour enjoyable for everyone – families, couples, children, adults and senior citizens,” said Lana Alegria, TITLE. “Since each trip includes an expert tour guide and diverse range of stops, all ages can enjoy the experience we offer.”

The part that makes this Blue Mountains tour most exciting for children is the first stop. After getting picked up at your hotel by Anderson’s and leaving at 7:30 a.m., the first stop is Featherdale, an award-winning wildlife park full of animals native to the Blue Mountain area and Australia. Here, children can interact with koalas, kangaroos, emus and more. With many animals, petting and feeding is welcomed.

After Featherdale is a guided walk to a majestic cliff lookout – one of the most beautiful in the Blue Mountains. Adults may appreciate the panoramic scene more than children, but it’s something everyone must see. What the children may enjoy more though is the food that comes afterward – a two course lunch at the mountain club. This is the place where children can satiate their huge appetite and fuel themselves for the rest of the tour – a ride on the steepest railway in the world, a trip to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre (educational), a trip to the historic township of Leura, a view of Sydney Olympic Park, and a ferry ride from Homebush Bay.

Currently, pricing for this all-inclusive tour is $168/adult and $125/children (ages 3-12). Family package deals are also available for $547. This includes two children and two adults. Tours run every day except Sundays from March through November. During December, January and February, tours run 7 days each month.

Contact Lana Alegria at +61 2 9636 6111 or via email at lana(at)andersonstours(dot)com(dot)au for specific dates during these months or to reserve your spot for a trip to the Blue Mountains.

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