Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage parks
Greater Blue Mountains is a World Heritage-listed area of diverse landscapes filled with plants, wildlife, caves and rock formations in NSW national parks. It's full of cultural significance, with six Aboriginal groups having connection to the Country of the Area, as it's tied with Dreaming and rock art.
Read more about Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage parks
Greater Blue Mountains has over a million hectares of World Heritage Area, and more than 600,000ha are declared wildnerness. Home to the iconic Three Sisters rock formation, a declared Aboriginal Place, the park is recognised all over the world.
Find out more information about World Heritage-listed areas.
Parks within Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area
- Blackheath area
- Gardens of Stone National Park
- Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area
- Glenbrook area
- Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve
- Kanangra-Boyd National Park
- Katoomba area
- Lower Grose Valley area
- Mount Wilson area
- Nattai National Park
- Southern Blue Mountains area
- Thirlmere Lakes National Park
- Wollemi National Park
- Yengo National Park