Discover the Pulpit Rock Lookout in the Blue Mountains

Pulpit Rock Lookout in the Blue Mountains

Pulpit Rock near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains is a large cliff edge with three lookout points spread across different levels. The lookouts are connected via a path with several sets of stairs.

An unsealed road and a short walking track will get you to the Pulpit Rock Lookout, offering panoramic views of the Grose Valley and surroundings.

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Rushcutters Bay to Rose Bay Walk

Rushcutters bay to Rose Bay walk

The scenic walk from Rushcutters Bay to Rose Bay is a 5.5 km trail through some of Sydney’s most exclusive suburbs, following the coastline of Sydney Harbour.

This relatively easy walk takes in beautiful parks, quiet beaches, picturesque bays, with spectacular Harbour and city views to enjoy from start to finish.

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Wentworth Falls Hiking Guide (Walks and Lookouts)

Wentworth Falls walks and lookouts (hiking guide)

Wentworth Falls is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the Blue Mountains. The name refers to the beautiful 3-tiered, 187m high waterfall, but it is also the name of the town where the waterfall is located.

There are lots of different hikes to choose from in the Wentworth Falls area, some very short and others quite long and challenging. In addition to walks, there are also numerous lookout points with spectacular views to explore.

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8 Best Walking Tracks in Morton National Park

Morton National Park walks

Not as well-known or popular as the Royal National Park or the Blue Mountains, Morton National Park in the Southern Highlands deserves a lot more attention. Remote wilderness, scenic waterfalls, steep gorges, beautiful walking tracks and panoramic lookout points, Morton National Park has something for everyone.

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Discover Fitzroy Falls in Morton National Park

Fitzroy Falls in Morton National Park

Fitzroy Falls is a picturesque village in Morton National Park (Southern Highlands), famous for its spectacular waterfall with the same name.

Follow the boardwalk from the Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre along the creek to a lookout with spectacular views of the waterfall and the enormous Yarrunga Valley.

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Federal Pass Walking Track in the Blue Mountains

Federal Pass in the Blue Mountains

The Federal Pass walking track is one of the most historic and most challenging walks in the Blue Mountains, exploring old bushland trails in the Katoomba and Leura area.

This classic hike follows the base of the cliffs, from Leura to the Golden Stairs and Ruined Castle, passing through dense forests with great picnic spots along the way.

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Conquer the Six Foot Track in the Blue Mountains

Six Foot Track in the Blue Mountains

The historic Six Foot Track is a challenging but exciting multi-day hike, starting at the former Explorers Tree in Katoomba all the way to the Jenolan Caves, crossing the Megalong Valley and the Coxs River in the Blue Mountains.

This once-in-a-lifetime experience is a true adventure for bushwalkers, taking in a variety of landscapes and habitats, and with several overnight camping options to choose from.

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