With sensational views over the deep valley troughs and rolling peaks formed over millions of years, the lookouts in the Blue Mountains are spectacular. You’ll find them at the end of winding trails, on easily-accessible short tracks or hidden away amongst lush bushland.
Echo Point looks out over the immense Jamison Valley and the famous Three Sisters, while Wentworth Falls Lookout has magnificent views over the 187m waterfall. Admire Govetts Leap, named after the first European to visit the area in 1831, or take a winding drive along the peninsula that divides the Jamison and Megalong Valleys to Narrow Neck.
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