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Blue Mountains

Be captivated by the breathtaking scenery of the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains, less than two hours drive from Sydney.

There are many natural attractions to be explored, including the legendary Three Sisters located at spectacular Echo Point. The views extend into the Megalong Valley and across to the Ruined Castle. Take a bushwalk from Echo Point right down to the Three Sisters and the Giant Stairway.

For an adrenalin rush visit Scenic World and ride the scenic railway on a
415 metre descent into ancient rainforest. Enjoy a walk through the forest to the Scenic Cableway platform before boarding the cable car for a 545 metre ride out of the Jamison Valley rainforest – a truly amazing experience. For more inspirational beauty take a day trip to the Jenolan Caves located in the Oberon area.

Discover an intriguing blend of natural attractions, fresh produce and historic townships in the Hawkesbury Valley, just one hours drive north-west of Sydney. Sample the regions produce along the Hawkesbury Harvest Farm Gate Trail, enjoy a cruise along the majestic Hawkesbury River, and explore the historic buildings including Roughly House at Dural and
Rouse Hill Estate.

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Blue Mountains: Activities

  • Experience Katoomba’s Scenic Skywalk, a glass bottom carriage that
    glides 270m above the valley
  • See the spectacular Three Sisters at Echo Point in Katoomba
  • Enjoy an invigorating bushwalk in the Blue Mountains World Heritage area
  • Take a guided tour of the limestone Jenolan Caves
  • Browse the antique stores and galleries in Leura and katoomba

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