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Wendt On Tours

Wendt On Tours provides charter and personalised tours to destinations within New South Wales including the ‘Hunter Valley’ wine growing district, the ‘Blue Mountains‘ the ‘Scenic South Coast‘ and the ‘City of Sydney‘.

Personalised tours are limited to a maximum of six guests, whilst our Charter service offers tailored tours to facilitate individual requirements. Tour vehicles feature comfort levels which include integrated air conditioning, bucket seats, DVD/CD entertainment systems and tinted viewing windows.

Touring Options

Wendt On Wineries to the Hunter Valley

View Australian wildlife and reptiles on route to the Hunter Valley. Travel adjacent to the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (the second oldest National Park in Australia) and through the Hawkesbury river region, via the Brooklyn Bridge.

On arrival at the Hunter Valley (Pokolbin),visit your selected boutique wineries for cellar door tastings and optional purchase. Everything Chocolate at the ‘Hunter Valley Chocolate Company’ for tastings. A two course a la carte lunch is a highlight of the day at prestigious and award winning, ‘Roberts’ restaurant. Cheese tastings to compliment the day and inspection of a cellar door to view wine making.

Wendt To The Blue Mountains

View Australian wildlife and birds on route to the Blue Mountains, at Featherdale Wildlife Park. From the F4 Freeway, take up with the Great Western Highway at Penrith to begin the ascent up the mountain passing through picturesque and historic towns including Blaxland,Wentworth Falls and Leura.

Travel via scenic cliff drive to view the ‘Three Sisters’ at Echo Point in Katoomba.The ‘Three Sisters’ are home within the Jamison Valley. The ‘Megalong’ and ‘Grose’ Valleys, each with it’s own character, is just as spectacular to view from several vantage points. Numerous bush walks through lush and vibrant Jurassic period rainforests or along cliff faces are there to enjoy.

Lunch at a prestigious restaurant with spectacular mountain views with a choice of two courses from an a la carte menu. Experience the world’s steepest incline railway, Australia’s steepest aerial cable car, or the breathtaking Skyway at Scenic World. Visit art and antique galleries in historic village towns, including Leura and Katoomba.

Wendt On Sydney

Cross & visit two icons of Sydney, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.Visit either one of the two most famous Sydney beaches, Manly or Bondi Beach.View some of Sydney’s most noteable residential locations, the North Shore or Eastern Suburbs.Spectacular locations for photographs both around the the inner and entrance into Sydney Harbour. Familiarise yourself with the Central Business District of Sydney, including the Historic Rocks and Darling Harbour.

Wendt To The Scenic South Coast

Travel adjacent to the Royal National Park before visiting Stanwell Park, home to enthralling Hang Gliders. Morning tea at the City of Wollongong. Visit the largest Buddist Temple in the southern hemisphere, the ‘Nan Tien Temple’. Visit the famous rock formation, the ‘Blow Hole’ at the scenic coasal town of Kiama. See spectacular ‘Seven Mile Beach’ then on to the historic town of Berry within the environs of the wine growing district of the South Coast. Visit several cellar doors to experience ‘Wines of the Shoalhaven’.

A two course lunch at a cellar door or country town restaurant is included in your fare.View one of the numerous waterfalls in the tablelands, Fitzroy Falls, before visiting the commercial centre of the region, Bowral, home of cricketing legend Sir Donald Bradman and the annual tulip festival.

Wendt On Charter

Private day Charters within the Sydney metropolitan area, and all places of interest including North to the ‘Hunter Valley’, west to the ‘Blue Mountains’ and the ‘Jenolan Caves’ and south to the nation’s capital, Canberra.


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