Blue Mountains Attractions – Things To See & Do

Rain, hail or shine there is always something to do in the Blue Mountains…

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The Blue Mountains, just over an hour from the heart of Sydney is an ideal holiday location suitable for romantic getaways or family vacations. Offering sensational natural scenery such as the Three Sisters, Jenolan Caves,  and Victoria Falls to name a few, the Blue Mountains is world heritage listed. There are numerous places to visit during wet weather such as galleries, edge maxvision cinema, zig zag railway, antique shops, Mount Vic Flicks and the National Parks and Wildlife Heritage Centre. Click on the images or headings below for further information…

Govett’s Leap Lookout

Govett’s Leap lookout is possibly the second most popular vistas in the Blue Mountains, with a spectacular view of Govetts & Grose gorge the vertical cliffs drop 160 metres into the floor of the gorge

Scenic Skyway

Running across the Jamison Valley at a height of 200 metres, the Scenic Skyway has breathtaking views

The Three Sisters

A stunning Blue Mountains attraction not to be missed are the Three Sisters. Varying in colour throught the changing day they make a sensational picture.

Art Galleries

Local Blue Mountain artists have artwork on display in lots of galleries around the Blue Mountains. Some well known artists display in art shows Australia wide

Birdwatching in the Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains host a wide variety of birds, which makes a visit to the area particularly attractive. For further information please check this website Blue Mountains Bird Observers If […]