What to do in the Blue Mountains?

The Blue Mountains is a magical place, filled with lush forests, thundering waterfalls and an incredible mountain range. The spectacular scenery will give you plenty of photo opportunities and unforgettable adventures, but where do you start? Here is our list of the greatest sights to see in this striking mountain range.

Three Sisters

By far the most famous rock formation in this region is the Three Sisters, seen in every Blue Mountains postcard and advertisement. Featuring an iconic horizon of three massive rock formations that tower over the forest valley. The local Aboriginal community have a riveting Dreamtime story regarding how these rocks formed. Naming the three separate rocks each one of the three beautiful sisters who fell in love with three brothers from a neighbouring tribe. Sadly, these three sisters have a tragic end involving a tribal war and a witch doctor. Learn the full story when you venture to this site.

Scenic World

Visit Scenic World to see the spectacular blue mountains in all its glory. It is an essential stop, with a scenic walkway, a skyway, railway, and cableway that lets you hop on board and travel in style. Cruise through the mountain’s cliff tops and gaze down on top of lush canopies.

Wentworth Falls

Nestled in the lush confines of the Blue Mountains is the spectacular Wentworth Falls. Known as one of the best waterfalls in the area, Wentworth waters cascade down 300 metres from the Jamison Creek into the large pool below. There is both cultural and active adventures surrounding the area, with a charming village nearby to visit, and numerous walking trails to wander on.

Jenolan Caves

Step inside the cool dark caves of the Jenolan Caves hidden within the region. Estimated to be about 340 million years old, they are listed as some of the oldest caves around. Join one of the guided tours inside and marvel at the limestone chasms and underground rivers concealed inside.

Featherdale Wildlife Park

If you are an animal lover, look no further than at the Featherdale Wildlife Park. Here you can come face to face with Australia’s most beloved animals, including koalas, kangaroos, dingoes, and wombats. Visit at certain times of the day to see the animal encounters with the professional zookeepers.

Leura Village

One of the most popular suburbs on the Blue Mountains is Leura, a charming wonderland that still has Australia’s vintage feel. With a vast range of cafes and shops to choose from, stop here for a delicious lunch and to find hidden gems within.

Check out our popular Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour today!

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