Blue Mountains National Park

  • Kanangra Walls, Image Chris Jones

  • The Three Sisters, Image Sally Mayman

  • Kanangra Falls, Image Chris Jones

  • Horseriding at Centennial Glen Stables, Blackheath, Image Hamilton Lund

  • Mt Hay, Image Chris Jones

Must Do

A wonderland of sandstone cliffs, deep ravines and hazy blue eucalypt forests

The Blue Mountains National Park, a scenically dramatic region of forested ravines and pristine bushland about 120 km west of Sydney by road, is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. It is listed for its extensive eucalypt forests and natural biodiversity.

The Wollemi Pine, world’s oldest species of tree found in Wollemi National Park, is unique to the Blue Mountains. Its secret location was only discovered in 1994.

Well-marked walking trails criss-cross the park, passing streams and waterfalls, descending into cool gorges and snaking around sheer cliffs where views are endless and dimensions enormous.

The region’s best-known rock formation is The Three Sisters, a trio of pinnacles best viewed from Echo Point. Other villages include Wentworth Falls (near a beautiful waterfall of the same name), Leura and Katoomba and further west, Blackheath, full of colonial history and spectacular lookouts.

Enjoy a wealth of adventure activities, art and craft galleries, fine dining, stylish shopping and romantic escapes.

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