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  1. 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 Valley. The track begin…

  2. Blue Gum Forest

    The historical and natural significance of the mighty Blue Gum Forest can’t be understated. It’s spoken of in hushed tones by those who know of it, and once seen, is never forgotten. Situated in Grose Valley, in the World Heritage-listed B…

  3. The House of Wool

    Nicole and Rachael would like to welcome you to The House of Wool. Located in Blackheath, at the top of the Blue Mountains,The House of Wool is a unique wool shop specialising in hand dyed and hand spun yarns, as well as stocking quality …

  4. Pulpit Rock lookout

    If you’ve got something to shout about, then head for Pulpit Rock lookout near Blackheath in Blue Mountains National Park. Jutting out on a dramatic blade of rock, you might be lost for words or end up singing the praises of the sweeping vi…

  5. Greater Blue Mountains Drive

    This Greater Blue Mountains Drive Discovery Trail explores five routes radiating out like the spokes of a wheel, each an out-and-back drive and can be done in any order from the charming mountain village of Blackheath. Offering a journe…

  6. Mount Banks Road Cycle Route

    Starting at Mount Banks picnic area, is a spectacular cycling route that takes in awe-inspiring views, wilderness and diverse vegetation that makes the Blue Mountains National Park so famous. Beginning at the picnic area, Mount Banks Road o…

  7. Centennial Glen Stables

    Centennial Glen Stables is set in the magnificent Kanimbla Valley. Riding instruction is available to all and safety hats are provided. Also available are lead rides for children, open paddock rides, or guided half hour to full day rides …

  8. 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 Range over the Kanimbla V…

  9. Blackheath Golf and Community Club

    At Blackheath Golf and Community Club you can play on one of the most picturesque golf courses in New South Wales located in the heart of the world heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Visitors are always welcome to play golf at Blackheath Go…

  10. 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 Heritage-listed landscap…

  11. Cliff Top Trail

    If you’re after an energetic walk while taking in the natural beauty of Blue Mountains National Park, this track will certainly get your heart pumping. Cliff Top walking track follows the cliff edge from Govetts Leap lookout to Evans lookou…

  12. 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 western region of Blue…

  13. 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 for rock climbers. The …

  14. Hat Hill Gallery

    Hat Hill Gallery is a destination record store. They specialise in new and collectable vinyl from the 1950s onwards, covering most genres. Located in an original 1920’s printing factory in Blackheath within the World Heritage-listed Blue M…

  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 offer an interesting histo…

  16. Anvil Rock

    Located at the end of Hat Hill Road in the Grose Valley, this weathered sandstone rock formation offers magnificent views over the Grose Valley to Mount Banks and Mount Hay. The Lookout gets it's name from an anvil that was placed on t…

  17. Blue Mountains National Park

    Blue Mountains National Park, one of the most well known parks in Australia, is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. It's known for its remarkable geographic, botanic and cultural values, including protecting sites of Abo…

  18. Perrys Lookdown

    Perrys Lookdown is located at the end of Hat Hill Road, Blackheath. It offers grand views from the top of the escarpment into the World Heritage National Park and the Grose Valley. From here there is a bushwalk which is the shortest but ste…

  19. 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 end of Shipley Plateau is Mount Blackheat…

  20. 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. There is a walk to tempt e…