Things to Do in Wentworth Falls

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Three SistersThe Blue Mountains boasts an incredible scenery of soaring peaks and velvet green valleys. Exploring this region exposes visitors to an extraordinary amount of natural beauty, including numerous species of plant and animal life.

There are plenty of charming towns dotted throughout the Blue Mountains, one of which is Wentworth Falls. This quaint little hotspot is thought to be one of the most beautiful places to explore in the region, promising picturesque bushwalks, cultural activities and a hearty dose of history to go with it.

The town originally began life as Weatherboard, because it was named after the Weatherboard Hut which was built in 1814. A year later it was renamed Jamison’s Valley by Governor Macquarie. It wasn’t until 1879 that the town’s name was changed to its current title, which it was called in honour of William Charles Wentworth, one of the three famous explorers in the area.

Things to Do in Wentworth Falls

Station Street

The main street running through Wentworth Falls is full of things to do. Explore the fine array of coffee shops that let you soak up local life, or wander over the railway bridge onto Blaxland Road, where you can discover a corridor of trees that leads you to Wentworth Falls Lake, one of the most popular attractions in the area.


Wentworth 1Wentworth Falls Lake

The lake is one of the biggest draws in Wentworth Falls and boasts a little something for everyone. Try out the picnic and barbecue facilities, or enjoy a refreshing swim in the lake itself. For younger members of the family, there’s a children’s playground, or you can watch the wild ducks that live on the lake.

Wentworth Falls Golf Club

If you head north along Blaxland Road, you can enjoy a round of golf at Wentworth’s popular golf club. The 18-hole course is both pretty and fun, where you can soak up the fresh clean air of the region. wentworth golf mick

The Blue Mountains are a must-visit if you’re in the area. As well as getting to know some of Australia’s incredible natural beauty, you can get stuck into an array of fun activities that let you learn more about the fascinating history of the region. Wentworth Falls is a great place to start your discovery of the Blue Mountains because it has something for everyone, whether you want to wander through art shops on the main street, sip and coffee and watch the world go by, or enjoy a bushwalk in the surrounding scenery.