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Depart from Katoomba Railway Station or board your hop-on hop-off bus at any of the 29 sightseeing stops in the Blue Mountains. Step on and off whenever you wish in the central Leura and Katoomba area, with buses running every 30 minutes throughout the day.

Plan your day as you like, visiting the region’s waterfalls, art galleries, gardens and towns with their boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The bus stops at all the main attractions, including the scenic lookouts at Three Sisters and Echo Point.

See more while you're in the Blue Mountains by upgrading to the Lyrebird Pass with entry to Scenic World, or add on the Cockatoo Pass that includes entry to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre.
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The Three Sisters
Blue Mountains Explorer Bus
Echo Point Lookout
Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the Blue Mountains with a sightseeing pass valid for three days, plus optional Scenic World rides and Waradah Aboriginal Centre admission. Your bus stops at 29 convenient locations, where you can hop off to visit mountain towns, snap photos from the Three Sisters and Echo Point lookouts, and more. Upgrade to the Lyrebrird Pass or the Cockatoo Pass for access to additional attractions such as the Southern Hemisphere’s steepest cableway and a coroboree show.
  • Hop-on hop-off Blue Mountains tour
  • Hop on and off as many times as you like over a 3-day period
  • Visit the major attractions in the Blue Mountains including the Three Sisters and Echo Point
  • 29 convenient stops around Leura and Katoomba
  • Cockatoo Pass upgrade to include unlimited rides at Scenic World and entry to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre (if option selected)
  • Lyrebird Pass upgrade to include unlimited rides at Scenic World (if option selected)
  • Your ticket includes a half-hourly Wentworth Falls to Jamieson's Lookout and The Conservation Hut service
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Reviewed yesterday
Fantastic way to see the Blue Mountains

I can't recommend this highly enough. Note: In the options below I've chosen "Family (teens)" but in fact our family members ranged from 21yo to 77yo, and we all loved it. Despite the fact that the drivers must be saying much the same things every...More

Thank Marion G
Reviewed 1 week ago
It's a good service but expensive for one day trip.

I visited the Blue Mountains for one day and the passes you can buy last for three days. It's a very convenient way to see the area around Katoomba and Leura. The drivers are friendly and personable.

2  Thank tonishepherd1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
So easy to get around Katoomba

Love the ease of the Explorer bus. They’re highly visible, they come regularly and the drivers do a great job at talking the whole way. We seemed to get the same driver a few times and it’s great he remembered our faces but unfortunately we...More

2  Thank Andyratgirl
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Friendly Informative Tour

Tour guides/bus drivers had great sense of humour , extremely polite, friendly and had great knowledge of the local attractions happy to answer any questions. Pick ups well signed and brochure easy to follow. Didn't have to worry about crowded parking areas dropped right at...More

2  Thank AnnetteMick
Jason C, Owner at Blue Mountains Explorer Bus, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2018

Hi AnnetteMick, So glad you had a great visit and thanks for your review. Cheers,

Reviewed 18 June 2018
Convenient way to explore Blue Mountains, all the drivers made the trip enjoyable

I've been using HOHO bus services whenever available and I've got no time to study public transportation and it has never failed me. I used the bus pass for two days, got on 6x. It may be a bit expensive but I know that what...More

1  Thank Rose Ann G
Jason C, Owner at Blue Mountains Explorer Bus, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2018

Hi Rose Ann G Thanks so much for your review and glad that you had a great visit, and for 2 days to be able to explore more. regards,

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25 April 2018|
Response from belfast-jj | Reviewed this property |
Yes it goes in a loop - but yours resort is close to the end ( about 6 stops after yours till its back at the beginning )
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