Located at the end of Govett’s Leap Road is Govett’s Leap lookout, which 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.
Also at the end of Govett’s Leap Road is the National Parks & Wildlife Heritage Centre, well worth a vist for it’s displays, information leaflets, maps, books and advice. There is also an easy nature walk, The Heritage Track which starts from the centre plus a picnic area with BBQ facilities and toilets. Other all day nature walks are available with varying degrees of difficulty. More information can be obtains from the National Parks & Wildlife Heritage Centre.
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