Blue mountains national park

by tyler

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Location

The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region in New South Wales, Australia. It borders on Sydney's metropolitan area and the great dividing its foothills starting about 50 km west of the state capital.

Glenbrook74

Springwood84

Lawson95

Wentworth Falls113

Leura119

Katoomba122

Blackheath133

Megalong Valley (Turn off at Blackheath)144

Mount Victoria138

Mount Tomah (via Bells Line of Road)121

Clarence (Zig Zag Railway)127

Lithgow161

Jenolan Caves/Oberon 194

Attractions


Discover the beautiful wilderness on Sydney's doorstep on a day trip to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Enjoy spectacular views over the Megalong Valley from Echo Point, and see the Three Sisters rock formations at Katoomba. Experience Aboriginal culture at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre, and meet kangaroos and koalas in the natural bush setting of Featherdale Wildlife Park. This scenic Sydney day tour also takes you over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and past the stadiums of Olympic Park, site of the 2000 Olympics.

operating hours

Blue Mountains National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger. Some parts of the park close overnight; details are provided for specific attractions.

Facilities and activities

Horse riding, canoeing, lookouts, cycling trials, sailing and boating, pick nicks and BBQ s, car touring, adventure recreation, camping, walking and hiking, car touring routs
Blue Mountains NSW
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