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Southern Highlands Tour – Waves, Waterfalls & Wineries

The Southern Highlands are truly one of the hidden treasures close to Sydney, and make the perfect day trip at any time of the year. With their crisp elevated climate and abundance of attractions, a journey south is a great choice for the discerning traveller who wants to venture beyond the tourist traps and uncover a truly local experience. Renowned around Sydney for the charming villages, lush rolling hills, proximity to the coast and abundance of food and wine options.

Only 100 kms from Sydney this makes a Southern Highlands private tour a great alternative to a Hunter Valley tour for those with limited time or not wanting a long day of driving. Choose a leisurely road trip style experience or opt to be more adventurous and active, there is something for all the exact itinerary will be adjusted to suit your tastes. For a tour with a stronger wine focus please see our Southern Highlands wine tour page.

Private tour prices

Group size
Price from

1-2 people


3-6 people


7-13 people


14-21 people


Larger groups can be catered for of up to 23 people and families with small children or babies are very welcome. Please contact us if you would like to discuss details for a larger group booking.

Where we'll go Southern Highlands private tour itinerary

Enjoy rustic villages, wildlife and adventure options, sumptuous local food, cool climate wines and breathtaking scenery on a unique Southern Highlands journey

Royal National Park

Drive through the magical Royal National Park as you chart south via our oldest conservation area.

Royal National Park
Grand Pacific Drive

Grand Pacific Drive

Enjoy the stunning scenery along the Grand Pacific Drive and iconic Sea Cliff Bridge

Stanwell Tops

Stop at Bald Hill in Stanwell Tops to enjoy sweeping views and watch the local hang gliders take off

Stanwell Tops


A magical journey from sea level into the hinterland to discover the sleepy town and lush surrounds of Robertson

Fitzroy Falls

Travel the sandstone escarpment through lush bushland to the spectacular Fitzroy Falls for a short walk and an embrace with Mother Nature

Fitzroy Falls
Bendooley Estate

Bendooley Estate

Enjoy a guided tasting through 8 of your preferred wines at one of the Southern Highland's premium wineries.

Southern Highlands towns

Explore some of the historic and picturesque towns of the Highlands such as Berrima, Bowral and Moss Vale

Southern Highlands towns

What to expect Southern Highlands Food & Wine Tours

Southern Highlands wine tour from Sydney
Robertson in the stunning Southern Highlands Tour
Southern Highlands private tour
Royal National Park tour at Wattamolla Beach
South Coast tour from Sydney at Bald Hill

Extend your experience Consider these add-ons

Luxury Vehicle Upgrade

Luxury Vehicle Upgrade

Choose to tour in pure comfort and style in our Land Rover discovery or Audi Q5 and Q7

Local treetops walk at Illawarra Fly

Local treetops walk at Illawarra Fly

Enjoy a refreshing walk or zipline through temperate rainforest.

Behind the Scenes Winemaking Option

Behind the Scenes Winemaking Option

Enjoy a private winemaking and tasting in a leading winery

Frequently Asked Questions

Are children welcome on tours?

Yes, 100%. Most of our guiding team have children and we will happily look after families with children of any age. Tour schedules, pace and specific places of interest/fun for children can be built into any tour. Suitable car seats can be arranged if notice is given prior to the tour date.

Can guests make suggestions on itineraries?

Absolutely! Our service philosophy is based around being highly flexible and accommodating. We can tailor a tour based on your general preferences or if you have specific places you would like to visit (or avoid) then that will be built in to your day. Just contact us before or after booking to discuss.

What is the best location to stay in Sydney?

You are probably reading reviews on TripAdvisor till your eyes hurt trying to find the right Sydney Hotel. The good news is that you can to anywhere around Sydney regardless of where you stay, but it still worth thinking about where to be. Here are a few options:

Sydney Harbour: Stay near the harbour for great views, night time walks, access to ferries and close to icons like Opera House and The Rocks.

Darling Harbour: Great location for proximity to dining and shopping and a great choice for families and corporate travellers. Adjacent to some exciting new city precincts like Barangaroo.

City Centre: Better for shopping, close to trains, Hyde Park, cinemas and art galleries etc.

City fringe: Choose a hotel in Surry Hills, Potts Point, Darlinghurst or similar for a more ‘Sydney’ experience and mix with the locals.


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