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  1. Red Hands Cave

    Allow yourself to be mesmerised by the layers of hand prints and stencils in Red Hands Cave; one of the best examples of Aboriginal art in the Blue Mountains.Although it’s thought to have been painted...

  2. Falls Gallery

    Established in 1989, Falls Gallery provides changing exhibitions of works on paper and ceramics by emerging and well established artists.This beautifully restored turn of the century weatherboard...

  3. Andersons Fire Trail

    Anderson Fire Trail runs from Bedford Creek near Woodford to Kings Tableland at Wentworth Falls and is suitable for mountain biking and walking. The Trail also provides access to Murphys Glen and...

  4. Nooroo Gardens

    Visit one of Australia's most famous gardens featuring world famous wisteria, plus rhododendrons, azaleas and maples.Nooroo was built and planted in 1880 by William Hay and original plantings...

  5. Mount Blackheath Lookout

    Travel along Shipley Plateau through a mix of bush (spot the waratahs in Spring), small farms and orchards - at the end you will reach Mount Blackheath Lookout with views to the north and west to the Great Dividing...

  6. Blackheath Golf Club

    Welcome to Blackheath Golf Club where you can play on one of the most picturesque golf courses in NSW located in the heart of the world heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Blackheath is the Blue Mountains’...

  7. Centennial Glen

    Just one kilometre west of Blackheath, Centennial Glen is a cool Glen with small waterfalls, ferns and impressive sandstone overhangs and provides excellent views of Kanimbla Valley. The Glen is also a popular site...

  8. Echo Point Lookout

    Perched on the edge of the escarpment, on the traditional land of the Gundungurra and Darug People Echo Point precinct - part of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk - provides panoramic views of the southern Blue Mountains,...

  9. Lake Lyell Recreation Park

    Lake Lyell is a beautiful destination within two hours drive from Sydney. It provides visitors with access to the lake via a concrete boat ramp for waterskiing, fishing, kayaking and general boating. The park has both...

  10. Prince Henry Cliff Walk

    If you’re fond of magnificent views, famous lookouts, and iconic scenery, then look no further than Prince Henry Cliff walk, in Blue Mountains National Park. Following the cliff edge from Katoomba Cascades to Gordon...

  11. Pulpit Walking Track

    Pulpit Rock is an isolated pinnacle standing away from the cliff-face on a massive blade of rock. You can walk to it from Govetts Leap, enjoying heathlands, swamps, waterfalls, and an ever-changing view of the Grose...

  12. Springwood Country Club

    Springwood Country Club is a golf and social club set in the Blue Mountains, just a one hour drive west of Sydney and 371 metres above sea level, taking advantage of the beautiful temperate climate of the region....

  13. Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

    The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a must see while you are in the Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is one of Australia’s leading regional art galleries and features an exhibition...

  14. Wentworth Falls picnic area

    You'll feel on top of the world at this picture perfect spot with world-class views, near Wentworth Falls, in Blue Mountains National Park. Wentworth Falls picnic area is a great base to explore the lush world of...

  15. Day Fine Art

    Day Fine Art is a business that has an eclectic interest in Australian Painted and Printed works and Old Master Drawings and Prints. The gallery aims to present rare works that are aesthetically appealing and also...

  16. St Bernards Church

    Take a tour or arrange a wedding at St Bernards Church in Hartley, a lovingly preserved example of colonial sandstone architecture.The beautiful pale sandstone St Bernards Church was built by local...

  17. New Age Markets

    New Age Markets - known locally as the hippie-shop - is now two shops.Check out the original 'New Age Markets' store and the funky new dedicated clothing shop, right next door...

  18. Lyttleton Stores

    Lyttleton Stores consists of two country style shops that focus on personal service. Pantree Produce caters for the health conscious 'foodie', and Atelier caters for those seeking original hand-made wares....

  19. Mayfield Garden

    Mayfield Garden is a spectacular cool climate garden built to provide visitors with a breath-taking garden experience, year round. The Garden boasts hewn blue-stone walls guiding visitors along winding paths past...

  20. The Edge Cinema

    The Edge Cinema is open daily showing all the latest movies. Set centrally in Katoomba, The Edge Cinema contains four theatres with a variety of session times available.Now you can experience a 737...

  21. Grand Canyon Track

    Arresting sandstone walls, ever-present waterfalls and abundant native plants line the awesome Grand Canyon track near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains. The historic loop track takes you into the heart of this World...

  22. Sylph Clothing Designs

    Sylph Clothing Designs is an Australian owned, designed, and made women's clothing company. Using the highest quality cotton and woollen textiles, their team is dedicated to creating colourful, unique and beautifully...

  23. Newnes Plateau

    Newnes State Forest is located on Newnes Plateau and contains a plantation of Radiator Pine, natural forest and Sandstone escarpments. There is access to Glow Worm Tunnels and Wollemi National Park. The...

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Attractions in the Blue Mountains

Named after the unique blue hue that sits over its surroundings, the Blue Mountains offers a varied range of attractions for visitors from nature and history, to shopping and adventure activities.

One of the largest Blue Mountains villages, Katoomba, is a great place to commence your visit, with access to the famous rock formation The Three Sisters, Scenic World and the Waradah Aboriginal Centre.

There are dozens of bushwalking trails to suit a wide range of ages and fitness levels. Some shorter walks have stairs and handrails, while others are more challenging and can take several days. The Pulpit Rock walking track begins to the left of Govetts Leap Lookout, passing scenic panoramic views of the Grose Valley before continuing onto Pulpit Rock Lookout. The Grand Canyon Track near Blackheath is a more challenging hike through luscious native vegetation, deep canyons and creeks. For more adventures try your hand at mountain biking, horseriding or join a Segway tour.

Admire one of the world’s oldest limestone cave systems at the Jenolan Caves, with access to guided tours, adventure caving and the chance to learn about local Aboriginal culture.