Hat Hill to Bald Head Walking Track

Hat Hill to Bald Head walking track

The 7 km return walking trail from Hat Hill to Bald Head meanders through pleasant bushland scenery before arriving at a panoramic vantage point.

The views from Bald Head of the Grose Valley and the various landmarks nearby are pretty amazing and are worth the effort to get there.

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Explore the Bells Line of Road in the Blue Mountains

Bells Line of Road in the Blue Mountains

The northern part of the Blue Mountains, accessible via the historic Bells Line of Road, is home to fantastic walking tracks, beautiful sights, and interesting tourist attractions.

This area of the Blue Mountains is far less busy than the Wentworth Falls, Katoomba, Leura and Blackheath regions, even though there are many things to see and do.

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Discover the Dargan Arch in the Blue Mountains

Dargan Arch in the Blue Mountains

Dargan Arch, or Dargans Arch, is a natural sandstone rock formation that is shaped like an arch, located in a quiet area of the Blue Mountains, near the town of Bell.

A short walk leads to this beautiful spot, where you have the opportunity to walk across the top of the arch as well as venture down to the bottom.

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Three Sisters Walk in the Blue Mountains

Three Sisters Walk in the Blue Mountains

The Three Sisters is an iconic rock formation near Katoomba, facing the beautiful Jamison Valley. It is the most popular tourist spot in the Blue Mountains, attracting thousands of visitors every day.

A short walking track, starting from the information centre at Echo Point, allows visitors to see the Three Sisters from close by, with several scenic lookout points nearby to explore.

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Echo Point Lookout at the Three Sisters

Echo Point Lookout at the Three Sisters

The Echo Point Lookout in the Katoomba area of the Blue Mountains offers fantastic views of the Three Sisters and the Jamison Valley.

It is the most popular lookout point in the Blue Mountains region, with the best views and many walks and sights nearby to explore.

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Coachwood Glen Nature Trail in Megalong Valley

Coachwood Glen Nature Trail in Megalong Valley

The Coachwood Glen Nature Trail is a short and unpretentious bushwalk in the Megalong Valley area of the Blue Mountains.

The trail meanders through the beautiful landscape of the Coachwood and Mountain Ash forests, and includes a few crossings of the Pulpit Hill Creek.

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Discover Mount Kaputar National Park (Top 8 Walks and Lookouts)

Mount Kaputar National Park

Mount Kaputar National Park is located in the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, and is characterised by a dramatic volcanic landscape of steep ridges, narrow valleys, and unique rock formations.

The centrepiece of this beautiful national park is Mount Kaputar, a mountain that was once part of an active volcano, with an elevation of 1,500 metres above sea level.

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Discover the Mermaids Cave in Blackheath

Mermaids Cave in Blackheath

Mermaids Cave is a large sandstone rock overhang located in a scenic forest environment, with a small waterfall to complete the setting.

A very short walk, via a steep staircase with over 100 steps, leads to this cave in uniquely beautiful natural surroundings.

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35 Best Things to Do in the Blue Mountains

Things to do in the Blue Mountains

A list with 35 things to do in the Blue Mountains to help you decide where to go and how best to spend your time in Sydney’s most popular national park.

Millions of people head to Sydney’s west each year to visit the Blue Mountains. Loved by tourists and local Sydney-siders alike, the Blue Mountains region is one of the most popular weekend destinations in New South Wales.

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