Blue Mountains National Park


Address : New South Wales
Tel :1300 361 967
This park, which is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, protects an unusually diverse range of vegetation communities. There are rare and ancient plants and isolated animal populations tucked away in its deep gorges. More than three million people come to the Blue Mountains National Park each year. For many, it’s enough just to find a lookout and gaze across the park’s chiseled sandstone outcrops and hazy blue forests. Others walk or cycle along the cliff-tops and in the valleys, following paths that were created for Victorian-era honeymooners, or discovered by Aboriginal hunters many thousands of years ago. Over 140 km of walking tracks of all grades (some accessible for people with a disability) in diverse settings make the Blue Mountains a bushwalker’s paradise. Park Highlights: The view from Echo Point, with the famous Three Sisters in the foreground and the Jamison Valley and Mount Solitary behind, the Grand Canyon Track, where you can experience the thrill of canyoning without even getting your feet wet, the magnificent Blue Gum Forest, which bushwalkers saved from destruction in the 1930s, the historic stone staircases and beautiful forest environments of the Federal Pass track

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