About

Nyla Thomas and TCP Day Tours

About Nyla Thomas

Leaving rural New Zealand in 1980 to further my life experiences, I lived and worked in inner Sydney for 10 years before making the decision to move to the beautiful Blue Mountains west of Sydney.

In 2009, I started TCP Day Tours with only one bus and tours running up to the heritage village of Mount Wilson to visit the fabulous gardens and introduce people to the garden owners. In 2011, the Farmgate Tour was created, which was featured on Sydney Weekender in 2013. In August 2014, another four new activity tours were added. To date, TCP Day Tours currently runs six tours, with a range of experiences international and local visitors can enjoy.

Touring raises up dreams of faraway, exotic and expensive places, but I’ve found a way to offer budget-friendly and accessible tours with a relaxed, fun-loving and inspiring atmosphere. I want people to immerse themselves in this unique and spectacular part of the world and take the time to experience the Blue Mountains – her culture, her people, her views, her fresh air and wonder.

Whether you’re enjoying the stunning views of the Blue Mountains, riding a horse or bicycle across valleys and bushlands, or sampling great food and wine, you will be surprised by the range of tours TCP Day Tours has on offer.

Hope to see you soon!
– Nyla Thomas

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About TCP Day Tours

TCP Day Tours invites you to experience a unique and spectacular part of the world. Whether you’re enjoying the stunning Blue Mountains escarpments or picking fruit in an orchard, TCP Day Tours offers an assortment of flexible and unique touring opportunities for small groups of up to 12 people per tour.

TCP Day Tours is committed to providing quality activities guaranteed to give you an invigorated connection to the land and provides tourism services that support small local operators and communities.

By choosing TCP Day Tours, you’re joining us in supporting and protecting the local communities and the land on which they live, love and produce.