The Blue Mountains' dramatic scenery, lookouts and nature trails, will take your breath away.
A World Heritage-listed area only a 90-minute drive from Sydney, this scenic wonder has waterfalls, wildlife, limestone caves, art galleries and quaint villages where you can enjoy Devonshire tea and scones.
Catch the sunrise at Sublime Point or Govett’s Leap and watch the sun cast a beautiful golden hue over the magnificent limestone cliffs.
Visit Scenic World and take in the stunning views of the Three Sisters from the world’s steepest Scenic Railway or the Scenic Skyrail.
After a day of Blue Mountain hiking, sit back and watch the sunset fade and the night skies come to life in one of New South Wales' best stargazing spots.
Join a guided tour to the Jenolan Caves and be awed by its impressive cave formations – from underground rivers to striking stalactites.
Go on an extreme canyoning adventure – abseil off waterfalls, rock-climb steep cliffs, jump into deep pools and swim through narrow rock gorges.
The best way to soak up the extraordinary views of deep valleys that drape like fabric down from the mountains is from specific lookout points, especially in Katoomba, Wentworth Falls and Govetts Leap.