Home to some of Australia's most dazzling natural attractions and charming country villages, the Blue Mountains are world famous. Discover lookouts with sensational views over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves, hike or bike through lush rainforest, and take a heart-stopping ride at Scenic World.
Unveiling a spectacular wilderness in all its rugged glory, the Greater Blue Mountains Drive is an epic journey through the alluring sandstone plateaus west of Sydney, an elixir of fresh air, adventure, country hospitality and a tantalising gourmet scene.
Four ways to dine with a view in the Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers – for good reason. The epic views don’t have to end when it’s time to sit down to a meal, whether you’re visiting Katoomba or Leura, Little Hartley or Medlow Bath.
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