Blue Mountains National Park at BlackheathTake an exhilarating, or easy, bushwalk on one of the many walking tracks that start from the Blackheath National Parks Heritage Centre on Govetts Leap Road. Make sure you get maps and advice on where to go for your bushwalk if you are a visitor.
- Sunday 30 June Three Piece Suite - Chamber Music String Trio
Come and enjoy a beautiful
- Saturday 6 July to Sunday 7 July Blue Mountains Antique Fair
The Annual Blue Mountains Antiques
Blackheath is the highest town above sea level in the Blue Mountains where you can enjoy crisp mountain air, brisk walks, great food and cosy accommodation. This historic town is on an escarpment that has spectacular mountain scenery on both sides. It's one of the best places to stay if you want to enjoy some of the highlights of the Blue Mountains National Park has to offer. Govett's Leap, Evans Lookout, Grose Valley and Hargreaves Lookout are spectacular high-elevation viewing platforms from where you can observe the scenic wonder of this World Heritage Area.Make sure you take an exhilarating, or easy, bushwalk on one of the many walking tracks from Blackheath or nearby. Stay in a quaint guesthouse, dine well in Blackheath cafes, pubs and restaurants, or play a round of golf at the Blackheath Golf Club, that's lined with cool-climate trees.
Blackheath Rhododendron Festival is held on the first weekend in November - it's a great introduction to the beauty of seasonal gardens in the area.
Grose Valley Wilderness
Aerial view of Grose Valley Wilderness with Mt Hay in the background. Image Hamilton Lund
Mountain biking on Shipley Plateau, Blackheath. Image Chris Jones, Blue Mountains Tourism
Grand Canyon, Blackheath area, Blue Mountains National Park. Image John Blackadder