Echo Point lookout (Three Sisters)
Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park
Take a day trip to famous Echo Point lookout in Katoomba for stunning views of the Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters, in the Blue Mountains.
- Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park in Sydney and surrounds, Country NSW
- Please note
- Visit the Blue Mountains City Council website for closures and to report any incidents at the lookout.
- The council's Visitor Centre at Echo Point is open daily 9am to 4pm. Closed Christmas Day.
Echo Point lookout is managed by Blue Mountains City Council and is located on the boundary of Blue Mountains National Park.
Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Three Sisters is an iconic formation that you must see at least once in your lifetime. There are different versions of the Aboriginal story of the Three Sisters, but what you’re bound to agree with is how truly spectacular it is.
Standing proudly in the land of the Gundungurra and Darug People, the traditional custodians of this declared Aboriginal Place, the imposing Three Sisters is best seen from Echo Point lookout, just outside the national park, on the edge of the plateau above. These three weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. From the lookout, you’ll be able to see the Ruined Castle and Mount Solitary.
Echo Point lookout is the gateway to many great walks and nature experiences in the area. Take the short Three Sisters walk. If you have time, Prince Henry Cliff walk connects Echo Point to Leura Cascades and takes you past many scenic lookouts along the cliff edge. Or try going down the Giant Stairway to get to the tracks below the cliffs.
Take a virtual tour of Echo Point lookout and the surrounding Blue Mountains National Park captured with Google Street View Trekker.
- Blue Mountains City Council
- 02 4780 5000
- Echo Point Visitor Centre, Katoomba or Glenbrook Visitor Centre, Glenbrook
- in the Katoomba area of Blue Mountains National Park in the Sydney and surrounds region
Katoomba area is always open but some locations may close at times due to maintenance, poor weather or fire danger.