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Grand Cliff Top Walk guided tour

Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park

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Join a National Parks ranger on a guided tour along part of the newly completed Grand Cliff Top Walk. We’ll start at Wentworth Falls picnic area and learn about the cultural heritage and fragile ecosystems in Blue Mountains National Park


Saturday 27 April 2024, 10am to 12pm.

Saturday 11 May and Saturday 25 May 2024, 9.30am to 12.30pm.

No wheelchair access
Medium. There are short, steep sections and many steps in some parts. Suitable for children 5 years and over.

Adult $20 per person. Child (5-16 years) $12 per person. Family $50 for 2 adults and 2 children.

Entry fees
Price includes park entry fee
Meeting point
Wentworth Falls picnic area
What to
Hat, sunscreen, drinking water, sturdy shoes, suitable clothing
Bookings required. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online.
Group tours available on request. Contact: or phone 02 4787 7301
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For those planning to complete the entire 19km journey along Grand Cliff Top Walk our tour offers you a special introduction before you continue on your way. For others, this 2-3km guided walk is a rare opportunity to see this UNESCO-listed area through the eyes of a park ranger, and to hear the dreamtime story of the three sisters who once lived with the Gundungurra People on this Country.

As you weave in and out of the cliff line you can expect world class views and across the Kedumba and Jamison Valleys to Mount Solitary, the Three Sisters, and beyond. You’ll stroll through open forests, along creek lines alive with bird song, and under sandstone overhangs dripping with water fed and filtered by hanging swamps. Meandering along a lush rainforest track you'll pass a slot canyon before your journey comes to an end.

As you walk, listen for the haunting call of the yellow-tailed black cockatoo (Wumbarrung in Gundungurra language). The Wumbarrung has special significance to Gundungurra traditional custodians, and its flight reflects the moods and seasons of Gundungurra Country. It’s also the wayfinding icon on the signage for Grand Cliff Top Walk which traverses land managed by Blue Mountains City Council as well as Blue Mountains National Park.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info