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Faulconbridge Point is a fantastic lookout in the Lower Grose Valley of the Blue Mountains, offering 360-degree views of the Grose River and the surrounding mountains and valleys.
A moderately challenging, 6.5 km long track via a fire trail leads to this lookout, the perfect spot for a quiet picnic in beautiful natural surroundings.
The Victoria Falls walking track in the Blue Mountains takes in a beautiful lookout, a fantastic waterfall, and a unique cascade water spectacle.
Perched on a cliff edge overlooking the Grose Valley, the Victoria Falls lookout is the starting point of a short but very steep bushwalk to two of the
prettiest waterfalls in the Blue Mountains.
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.
Mount York is a mountain located just outside the township of Mount Victoria, the westernmost village in the City of Blue Mountains.
The summit of Mount York is home to various monuments, memorials and plaques related to the first crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813 and subsequent attempts to build roads to the plains west of the mountains.
The Blackheath area in the Blue Mountains, between Medlow Bath and Mount Victoria, is home to lots of panoramic lookouts that offer scenic views of cliffs, waterfalls and valleys.
Most of these lookout points can be accessed by car, without the need for any intense bushwalking, although there are enough trails nearby if you do wish to go hiking.
Situated at the border between Queensland and New South Wales, Point Danger is home to the Captain Cook Memorial, a large lighthouse, in addition to a short coastal walking track that commemorates ships and lives lost during WWII.
Spend a half day in Point Danger and learn more about Australia’s history, while enjoying some of the best ocean views on the east coast.
Hanging Rock, a large sandstone object hanging out from a cliff, is one of the most iconic landmarks in the greater Blue Mountains region.
It is situated a few moments away from the Baltzer Lookout, from where visitors can enjoy eye-dropping views of the Grose Valley and surrounding escarpments.
The Rock Lookout is a scenic vantage point in the Mulgoa Valley that offers panoramic views of the Nepean River and the Blue Mountains.
Nearby Rileys Mountain Lookout is also worth a visit, which can be reached via a 5 km return bushwalking track through beautiful scenery.
The West Head Lookout in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park offers breathtaking views across Pittwater, Broken Bay, Barrenjoey Headland, Palm Beach, and the Central Coast.
Widely regarded as one of the
best lookouts in Sydney, the panoramic views from West Head will leave a long-lasting impression.
The Sublime Point Lookout is a scenic vantage point in the Leura area of the Blue Mountains that offers panoramic views of the Jamison Valley.
Not only are the views absolutely stunning, but Sublime Point is also a popular spot for bird watching, picnicking, and rock climbing.