Blue Mountains Attractions

The Jenolan Caves are a series of remarkable caverns believed to be some of the oldest caves on earth. They are the most celebrated lime stone caves in Australia. Above ground, there are spectacular f...
Arguably the Blue Mountains most recognisable icon, the ‘Three Sisters’ rock formations are located at Echo Point, Katoomba overlooking the world heritage listed Jamison Valley. The valley itself is p...
The Katoomba Skyway is a 720 metre journey, 270m above ground. This ride boasts a state of the art Electro-Sceni Glass Floor. While the 360 degree birds eye view takes in the Three Sisters, Katoomba F...
Stretching from outside Katoomba to Coxs River and Narrow Neck Plateau to Kings Tableland, the Jamison Valley is just one of the many spectacular sights the Blue Mountains offers. Densely forested in ...
Wentworth Falls is probably the most stunning waterfall in the Blue Mountains. Having two sections falling from the top to a ledge half way down and then again to the very bottom of the valley, if the...
Home to some of the best examples of Aboriginal Art in the Blue Mountains National Park, Red Hands Cave is full of stencils and hand prints, dating back between 500 and 1600 years ago. The Red Hands C...
Rockclimbing is a popular past time in the Blue Mountains attracting climbers from Sydney and the rest of the country. A huge sandstone plateau, the Blue Mountains form a diverse assortment of crags a...
If you’re looking for something a little more heart pumping, the Blue Mountains offers a range of extreme sports including skydiving, rock climbing, canyoning, abseiling, mountain biking, horse riding...
Make use of the Blue Mountain's iconic landscapes and rocky ridges by trying your luck at canyoning. Fortress Creek Canyon near Leura is ideal for the first time canyoner, ending above the spectacular...
The only way to truly experience the majesty of the Blue Mountains is on foot. There are countless walks for all levels of fitness. Take a short stroll to an expansive lookout, enjoy a pleasant half-d...
Mayfield Garden

Mayfield Garden

   Opens Mon 9:00:AM

Oberon

the highest in the Blue Mountains at 111m above sea level.
Housed in the former home of the famous artist
Waradah Aboriginal Centre features aboriginal dance, art and culture.
A system of railway tunnels, cuttings and stone viaducts built between 1866 and 1869 to overcome the descent from the Blue Mountains. It ceased to operate in 1910 but tourist trains now run on weekend...
is a fine sandstone building built in 1841 by Thomas Brown who first discovered the Lithgow coal seam. It houses a collection of nineteenth century furniture and industrial implements.
Built by convict labour in 1837. The courtroom and cells are now preserved as a museum.
Cradled by heavily wooded hills, offering the fishing and boating enthusiast a delightful opportunity to enjoy mountain scenery at its best. Lake Lyell has boat ramps and skiing is allowed.