Greater Blue Mountains Drive takes in the iconic scenery of the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Property. Explore Glenbrook, Wentworth Falls and Katoomba and beyond.
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With scenic wilderness views, wildflowers and birdwatching, Mount Banks Road is a great mountain bike ride and walking track, near Mount Tomah, in Blue Mountains National Park.
Short but steep Mount Hay summit walking track rewards experienced bushwalkers with dramatic Grose Valley views, and spring wildflowers in Blue Mountains National Park, near Leura.
For some of the best scenic views in the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Property, try the steep Mount Banks Summit walk from the picnic area, near Mount Wilson.
Guides are recommended for Claustral Canyon, a technical canyon that requires a high level of fitness and experience. To complete it you’ll need to do abseils, swims and a long walk to get in and out.
North Bowens Creek Canyon, near Mount Wilson in Blue Mountains National Park, should only be attempted with a guide. With down-climbs, swims and abseils, it’s for fit and experienced canyoners only.
Only fit, experienced canyoners should try Serendipity Canyon, near Mount Wilson in Blue Mountains National Park. With abseils and short swims, it’s a technical canyon that should be done with a guide.
Discover Aboriginal culture in Blue Mountains National Park as part of your conference or corporate event. Experience the stories and ancient traditions of one of the world's oldest living cultures.