Drive or ride scenic Murphys fire trail – Woodford to Murphys Glen campground, for bush camping, picnicking, fishing and bushwalking in Blue Mountains National Park.
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4WD touring routes
Intrepid 4WD tourers will love the 4WD Oberon Colong historic route. Travel through the wild and rugged south of Blue Mountains National Park to a historic mining ghost town in Yerranderie Regional Park.
Wentworth Falls to Murphys Glen via Ingar campground offers driving options up until the Ingar campground turnoff, as well as walking, cycling, picnicking and camping facilities in Blue Mountains National Park.
Cycling the Woodford – Oaks trail offers dazzling scenic views, heath and delightful picnicking near Glenbrook, in Blue Mountains National Park.
Cycling and walking with fantastic scenic gorge views, Burramoko Ridge (Hanging Rock) cycle trail highlights Grose Wilderness in Blue Mountains National Park, near Blackheath.
A medium difficulty cycling route, the road to McMahons Point ride - Wentworth Falls offers scenic wilderness views of Lake Burragorang, in Blue Mountains National Park.
Greater Blue Mountains Drive takes in the iconic scenery of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Explore Glenbrook, Wentworth Falls and Katoomba and beyond.
This driving tour of Blackheath lookouts, including Govetts Leap and Perrys Lookdown, highlights some of the best scenic views and waterfalls in Blue Mountains National Park.
The easy Three Sisters walk, in Katoomba, offers some of the most iconic views in Blue Mountains National Park, and takes you up close to the famous Three Sisters.
Cliff Top walking track between Govetts Leap and Evans lookout offers some of the most breath taking scenic views in all of the Blue Mountains. You'll be spoiled with birdwatching, wildflowers, and plenty of lookouts along the way.
Setting out from Evans lookout near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, be met with a series of waterfalls, creeks and spectacular views along the challenging Grand Canyon track.
Cafes and kiosks
Conservation Hut at Wentworth Falls is a great spot for a bite to eat. Enjoy a view of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park from the café’s balcony.
Come along to commemorate National Threatened Species Day, at our first ever reptile day at Blue Mountains National Park. You'll get up close to live reptiles at this free family event near Blackheath.
Use virtual reality goggles to explore Claustral Canyon when you visit Blue Mountains Heritage Centre in Blackheath. Get up close to spectacular waterfalls and wildlife in the Blue Mountains.
Blue Gum Forest is a fine, historic example of closed forest, situated in Grose Valley in Blue Mountains National Park. Get to it by walking track from Perrys lookdown or Pierces Pass.
Take in the iconic Blue Mountains views from Govetts Leap lookout, including sandstone escarpments, sheer cliff walls, the deep canyons of the Grose Valley, and tall waterfalls.
Head to Evans lookout and nearby Valley View lookout in Blue Mountains National Park if you're seeking incredible views, especially around sunrise and sunset. It's also a good spot to begin one of several day walks.
Family-friendly Gordon Falls lookout and picnic area offers scenic valley views, birdwatching, walking and a playground, in Blue Mountain National Park, near Leura.
Wentworth Falls picnic area offers birdwatching and bushwalking in Blue Mountains National Park. For scenic views head to Weeping Rock and Fletchers lookout tracks.
A waterfall and scenic views make Leura Cascades picnic area an ideal family friendly spot for birdwatching, walking and photography in Blue Mountains National Park.
A great family day trip, Valley of the Waters picnic area boasts scenic views, lookouts, walking, waterfalls, and accessible facilities in Blue Mountains National Park.