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  1. Capertee Woolshed ruins

    When spending time in Capertee National Park, remember to visit Capertee Woolshed ruins while you’re there. On the river flat below Capertee Homestead – ‘Port Macquarie’, these ruins are one of the surviving remnants...

  2. Yindi Day Spa

    The award winning Yindi Day Spa, has moved into its own premises located just five minutes' walk from the iconic Three Sisters lookout in Katoomba. It is the largest Day Spa in the Blue Mountains....

  3. gleebooks at Blackheath

    gleebooks at Blackheath has everything that you expect from this well renowned bookseller. They stock a vast array of titles covering every imaginable topic, and if it's not there, they will make...

  4. Hargraves Lookout

    A pleasant drive to the western end of Shipley Plateau passing local apple orchards will bring you to Hargraves Lookout and provide magnificent views over the rural Megalong Valley. At the very...

  5. 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’...

  6. Jack Evans Walking Track

    Named in honour of a labourer from the nearby Warragamba Dam, Jack Evans walking track leads through picturesque rock formations. Located in the southern reaches of Blue Mountains National Park, it’s a perfect hike...

  7. Pierces Pass

    Situated off the Bells Line of Road just past Mount Banks there is a turnoff to Pierces Pass. The left hand track goes to Walls' Lookout car park and it is a 30 minute walk to the lookout of the Grose Gorge and Walls....

  8. Hat Hill Gallery

    The Hat Hill Gallery is a commercial fine art gallery located in an original 1920s printing factory in Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, 120 kilometres west of Sydney. Presenting fine contemporary art...

  9. Blue Mountains Walking Tracks

    Enjoy the beauty of the Blue Mountains by taking a walk through the forests. Discover the diversity of the area as you travel through natural landscapes and those that exhibit the shaping hand of human occupation....

  10. 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...

  11. 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...

  12. Baal Bone Gap picnic area

    If you’re four-wheel driving, head out to Baal Bone Gap for a picnic and some of the finest views in the Blue Mountains. You’ll find huge examples of the rock pagodas that make this part of the mountains unique and...

  13. Hassans Walls Lookout

    Hassans Walls Lookout is the highest lookout in the Blue Mountains at approximately 1,100 metres above sea level. Look out to Mount Wilson, Mount York, Mount Tarana and Mount Blaxland and the whole Hartley Valley...

  14. Capertee Valley Bird Trail

    The Capertee Valley Bird Trail has 19 easily accessible bird watching sites each marked by a numbered roadside sign. The bird trail lies within the traditional country of the Wiradjuri people...

  15. Mount Portal lookout

    Perched atop the lower ridges of Blue Mountains National Park, Mount Portal lookout offers magnificent views of the junction between Glenbrook Gorge and the mighty Nepean River. With a wheelchair-accessible path, it’s...

  16. 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...

  17. Glenbrook Village

    Glenbrook Village is a destination and attraction all in one as it combines natural locations with man made activities. A combination of modern man and ancient man, those of the original Australian aboriginals such as...

  18. Peachtree Antiques

    At Peachtree Antiques they love finding treasures.They pride themselves on showcasing beautiful and quality antique, vintage, and retro items. Most importantly, their priority is providing exceptional...

  19. 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...

  20. Hamilton Spa

    At Hamilton Spa they understand your need to relax, unwind and rejuvenate. Experience the best in beauty, spa and wellness treatments using the finest quality aromatherapy oils and natural skin care products...

  21. Round Walking Track

    A short yet spectacular track through a lush rainforest gully leading to lookouts that boast some of the most iconic views in Blue Mountains National Park. Excellent for adventurous walkers looking for a shorter route...

  22. 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...

  23. Boyd River Loop

    Take the easy route to peaceful cycling on Boyd River loop, a 21 kilometre journey that follows fire trails and roads in Kanangra-Boyd National Park.This is the perfect cycling adventure for just about...

  24. Sublime Point lookout - Leura

    It will feel like you’re on the edge of the world as the views go on forever at Sublime Point lookout – Leura, in Blue Mountains National Park. Offering sensational scenic views of the Jamison Valley, it’s a popular...

  25. 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...

  26. 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...

  27. Glow Worm Tunnel

    The Glow Worms are located in an old rail tunnel 400 metres in length. It was originally constructed as part of the railway line to Newnes Kerosene Shale Works. The line was dismantled around the 1940s.The tunnel is...

  28. Blue Gum Forest

    Six different ways in and out - all of them strenuous - lead to this fabled forest deep in the Grose Valley. The area was set aside for conservation some 20 years before the Blue Mountains National Park was created....

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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.