Leura Cascades picnic area
Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park
Tinkling waterfalls and scenic views make Leura Cascades picnic area a family-friendly spot for a picnic and birdwatching, before a walk in nearby Blue Mountains National Park.
- Picnic areas
- Please note
- Visit the Blue Mountains City Council website for closures and to report any incidents at this picnic area.
- For more information visit the council's visitor centres at Echo Point, Katoomba or on the Great Western Highway at Glenbrook.
- There is no parking at Leura Cascades picnic area. Please park near Solitary Restaurant on Cliff Drive, or Merriwa St or Carrington Park.
Leura Cascades picnic area is managed by Blue Mountains City Council and is located outside Blue Mountains National park.
This scenic spot is a reviving break on a day trip, long walk, scenic drive or cycling trip in the Katoomba area of the Blue Mountains.
Lie back in the shade and be serenaded by the gentle tinkering of the nearby waterfalls and local birdlife. You might hear the distinct call of the bell miner or the mimicking song of the lyrebird here.
With a picture perfect backdrop, why not make the most of the opportunity and assemble the family for a group photo? Tuck into a leisurely lunch as you memorise the magnificent views.
The nearby Fern Bower circuit walk is a heart-pumper, or if you’re after a leisurely stroll, follow the track downstream to the top of Bridal Veil Falls or take the Prince Henry Cliff Walk east towards Gordon Falls lookout.
Please note that there is currently no vehicle parking at the picnic area but you can park near Solitary Restaurant on Cliff Drive, or Merriwa St or Carrington Park.
Leura Cascades Fern Bower circuit is a moderately challenging track in Blue Mountains National Park, with an impressive cliff line, spectacular waterfalls and gorgeous scenic views of the Jamison Valley.
- 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.