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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.
Located south of Wentworth Falls on the Kings Tableland plateau, Lincoln’s Rock is one of the most impressive lookout points in the Blue Mountains.
With sweeping views of Jamison Valley and beyond, Lincoln’s Rock is a unique and historically important sight that is well worth a visit.
A short walking track starting from Glenraphael Drive on the Narrow Neck Plateau in Katoomba leads to a scenic lookout on Castle Head, which offers spectacular 360 degree district views.
Various landmarks are visible from the lookout, such as the Three Sisters, Mount Solitary and Ruined Castle, surrounded by Jamison Valley and Cedar Creek Valley.
The Blue Mountains has no shortage of amazing lookout points, but Evans Lookout near Blackheath is certainly one of the most impressive ones.
With unbeatable views of the Grose Valley and its surrounding cliff walls, a trip to Evans Lookout makes for a great day out and about.
The steep walking track from Perrys Lookdown near Blackheath to the Blue Gum Forest at the bottom of the Grose Valley is a challenging but rewarding bushwalk adventure.
The Acacia Flats camping ground is only 500m away from the forest where you can set up your tent and stay overnight in beautiful surroundings.
The Govetts Leap Lookout near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains offers spectacular views of the Grose Valley and surrounding cliff walls.
Near the lookout are several short and long hiking trails, one of them leading to the Barrow Lookout from where you can see the Bridal Veil Falls from very close by.
Anvil Rock is a characteristic lookout point in the Blackheath area of the Blue Mountains, where visitors can enjoy incredible 360-degree Grose Valley views.
Nearby Wind Eroded Cave is a unique rock formation shaped like a wave-like overhang created by wind erosion, and is also a must-visit.
The O’Hares Creek Lookout in Dharawal National Park is a scenic viewing platform with fantastic views of the O’Hares Creek gorge and surrounding scenery.
A short and easy family-friendly walking track will get you to this lookout, that is still a bit of a hidden gem in this beautiful part of Sydney.
If you’re looking for an easy hike that feels like an adventure in the remote wilderness, the walking track to Walls Lookout is a great option.
This hike is located in the Bells Line of Road area of the Blue Mountains, which is typically much quieter than the Katoomba, Leura, Wentworth Falls and Blackheath regions.