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Conservation Hut

Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park

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Conservation Hut at Wentworth Falls is perfectly-positioned amidst the beauty of Blue Mountains National Park. Enjoy a bite to eat with uninterrupted views of the Jamison Valley and Mount Solitary.

Cafes and kiosks
92 Fletcher Street, Wentworth Falls, NSW, 2782 - in Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park in Sydney and surrounds, Country NSW
Opening times
  • Open 8am to 3pm, Monday to Sunday.
  • Conservation Hut is closed on Christmas Day.
Bookings required for groups of 8 or more. For more information or to book, please call 02 4711 0110 or visit the Conservation Hut website.
Please note
  • If you’re a tour group planning a visit, it's a good idea to call ahead.
  • For private events and functions, visit the Conservation Hut events page, or send an email.

Conservation Hut at the Valley of the Waters in Wentworth Falls offers a range of hearty lunches, tasty snacks and great coffee within the beautiful World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park.

Whether you're seeking a tranquil daytime escape with family and friends, or a tour group ready to explore, Conservation Hut provides the perfect base.

Since the 1960s, the "Hut" has been a meeting place for the Blue Mountains Conservation Society and a valued rest stop for hikers. Rebuilt in mud brick in 1989 to house two Reinis Zusters paintings, the Hut continues to inspire sustainable ecological values.

Today, Conservation Hut is also a great place to meet your mates for a coffee and hearty meal before setting out on a bushwalk, and likewise, a good spot to refuel when you’ve finished hiking. Offering friendly service and beautiful surrounds, it’s also a good place to get together with friends and family for lunch or a Devonshire tea. Plus, the "Hut" is also suitable for group functions.

If you’re keen to stretch your legs, there are lots of great walks that start or finish at the Hut. You could try the Valley of the Waters track or the Nature track that finishes up at Conservation Hut.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


  • Visitors enjoying panoramic views of the Jamison Valley from Valley of the Waters lookout. Photo: Simone Cottrell © DPE

    Valley of the Waters lookout

    Valley of the Waters lookout boasts a spectacular view of the Jamison Valley as well as access to walking tracks and waterfalls in Blue Mountains National Park.

  • 2 walkers following a track along the underside of a cliff, Grand Cliff Top Walk, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Remy Brand © Remy Brand

    Overcliff-Undercliff track

    Overcliff-Undercliff track combines scenic clifftops, birdwatching, and rainforest with walking tracks and waterfalls in Blue Mountains National Park, near Wentworth Falls.

  • National Pass, Blue Mountains National Park. Views of Wentworth Falls waterfall plunging down into the Jamison Valley. Photo © David Finnegan

    National Pass

    National Pass is closed between Valley of the Waters and Slacks Stairs due to rockfall. From Wentworth Falls picnic area, you can walk the upper section of this loop walk, atop the escarpment, for epic lookouts with sweeping views of the waterfalls and Jamison Valley.

  • Nature track, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Steve Alton © OEH

    Nature track

    The scenic views and waterfalls make for brilliant photography and walking on moderate Nature track in Blue Mountains National Park, near Wentworth Falls.


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A family walk a boardwalk section of Bouddi coastal walk, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Spencer/OEH.

Conservation program:

Bush Trackers

Bush Trackers was created to encourage children to engage with the environment in and around the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area. This program highlights the natural and cultural splendour of the greater Blue Mountains through education initiatives and bushwalks.

Charles Darwin walk, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Steve Alton