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  1. Newnes Shale Oil Ruins

    At the end of Wolgan Valley lies a reminder of the shale oil industry. The township and shale oil mining complex was established in 1906. The Newnes Oil Shale Mine produced low grade oil. Set within beautiful mountain...

  2. Blue Mountains Chocolate Company

    From chocolate making demonstrations, a cafe serving world famous real hot chocolate and delicious cakes, the Blue Mountains Chocolate Company offer a myriad of in store hand made chocolate products and home made jams...

  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. Lilianfels Spa

    Surrounded by spectacular national parks in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains, a visit to Lilianfels Spa is like returning home.Enliven your senses with soothing and restorative body and...

  5. Wild Valley Art Park

    Wild Valley Art Park is a self-sufficient eco arts centre located on 17 inspiring acres in Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains. It features a gallery, artist studios and sculpture gardens complete with lake and...

  6. Hawkesbury Lookout

    Ideally located on the drive between the Hawkesbury region and the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury Lookout offers beautiful scenic views and is a great picnic spot.Stop to stretch your legs. You’ll find...

  7. Charles Darwin walk

    Follow in the footsteps of the famous naturalist, Charles Darwin, who walked this popular track in 1836. Starting from Wilson Park, today's visitors can stroll the boardwalk and bush track through open forest, shrub,...

  8. Blue Pool walking track

    A challenging yet short hike that’s well worth the effort, Blue Pool walking track leads to an idyllic swimming hole in a tranquil bush setting. Located in the Glenbrook area of Blue Mountains National Park, it’s an...

  9. Blackheath Lookouts Driving Route

    For some of the most awe-inspiring mountain, valley and waterfall views in the state, you can’t miss this driving route, taking in an amazing cluster of Blackheath lookouts. A brilliant introduction to the spectacular...

  10. 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...

  11. Peace Memorial

    Blue Mountains artist Tom Coley sculpted and donated his black granite Peace Memorial to the town of Katoomba in 2008. It's believed to be Australia's first public peace memorial, and is located at Civic Place, just...

  12. Glenbrook Gorge Track

    This dynamic track is for the adventurous at heart, and will have you rock-hopping down the beautiful Glenbrook Gorge in no time. Located in the eastern reaches of Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook Gorge track...

  13. Lithgow Golf Club

    The picturesque, and very easy walking, 18 hole golf course at the Lithgow Golf Club offers quite a challenge to all levels of player. The mens par is 72 at just a few metres under 6,000 metres, and 74 for the ladies...

  14. Coxs Road Interpretive Trail

    Commissioned to build a road across the Blue Mountains, magistrate William Cox, with 30 convicts, started on 18 July 1814 at Emu Ford, completing the road to Bathurst on 14 January 1815 - a staggering 101.5 miles...

  15. Spa Sublime Day Spa

    Private, secluded and exquisitely beautiful, the multi-award winning Spa Sublime is the ultimate day spa experience. Nestled in the heart of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains, their...

  16. Windyridge Garden Mount Wilson

    Windyridge Gardens at Mount Wilson dates from 1877, with the first planted tree, a Swiss Christmas Tree (Abies amabilis) in August 1945. Now the garden includes Cedrus deodara, copper beech, pin oaks, maples, ginkos,...

  17. Wentworth Falls Country Club

    Wentworth Falls Country Club is a wonderful Blue Mountains venue with modern club house, outstanding golf course and spectacular views from the outdoor deck. The Club is less than 90 minutes from Sydney and only 55...

  18. Yellow Rock Lookout

    Yellow Rock lookout in Yellomundee Regional Park offers incredible views and a peaceful haven where you can enjoy a picnic, go for a short bushwalk or just take some time out with family and friends.Yellow...

  19. Norman Lindsay Gallery

    The Norman Lindsay Gallery is the former home of the illustrious artist and author, Norman Lindsay (1879-1969).Now open as a gallery and run by the National Trust (NSW), it displays the artist's...

  20. Valley of the Waters

    Valley of the Waters is situated at the end of Fletcher Street and the Conservation Hut Cafe. This area provides access to Queen Victoria Lookout, Empress Lookout and Lyrebird Lookout.The Valley of...

  21. Yellomundee Regional Park

    Yellomundee Regional Park boasts great mountain biking trails and scenic lookouts. Located near the Blue Mountains, it’s good for dog walking and horse-riding too.Discover a unique bush experience just...

  22. Hartley Courthouse

    Hartley Courthouse was designed by colonial architect Mortimer Lewis in the Grecian Revival style. Still largely intact and constructed solidly of locally quarried sandstone, it is an imposing building, as it was...

  23. Evans Lookout

    Evans Lookout is located at the top of the escarpment at the end of Evans Lookout RoadThis is the beginning of a number of tracks in and out of the Gorge including the Grand Canyon walk and the...

  24. Gallery Blackheath

    Established in December 2001, Gallery Blackheath is an artist owned and managed not-for-profit gallery, showcasing a selection of fine paintings, drawings and printworks by seven prize-winning local artists, Margaret...

  25. The French Shoppe

    The French Shoppe is one of the top retail businesses operating in the beautiful boutique shopping village of Leura, located in the magnificent Blue Mountains. All the exquisite products are sourced and imported...

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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.