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The 3 km trail to the Naa Badu Lookout in Berowra Heights is a moderately challenging walking track through thriving bushland, heading towards the Berowra Creek Valley.
The panoramic valley views from the lookout point in this beautiful part of Sydney are well worth the effort it takes to get there.
Known as one of the best whale-watching spots in Sydney, Cape Solander in Kurnell’s Kamay Botany Bay National Park offers panoramic ocean views from high sea cliffs.
Cape Solander is also a great starting point for several coastal and bush walking tracks in this unique area just south of Sydney.
The Rocket Point Lookout is one of the most impressive vantage points in the Wentworth Falls area, with panoramic views to enjoy of the waterfall and the Jamison Valley.
A short round walk, starting from the top of the waterfall, will bring you to this lookout, which often gets overlooked by visitors to Wentworth Falls.
The Princes Rock Lookout is a scenic vantage point in the Wentworth Falls area of the Blue Mountains that offers superb waterfall and valley views.
A short walking track starting from the picnic area leads to this lookout, the perfect opportunity to see the entire waterfall without having to do intense bushwalking.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is widely considered Sydney’s most iconic landmark. A visit to Sydney is not complete without seeing or walking across the Harbour Bridge.
There are many ways to get up close and personal with Sydney’s famous bridge, but perhaps the best way is by visiting the Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout.
A guide with the 25 best Sydney lookouts you can visit year-round. Some offer scenic views of the city skyline, and others are great for natural sights.
With an incredible city skyline, several unique landmarks, and beautiful natural attractions, Sydney has no shortage of scenic lookouts that offer breathtaking views.
We have listed the 27 best Blue Mountains lookouts, from the Wentworth Falls area to Bells Line of Road, via Leura, Katoomba, Blackheath, and Mount Victoria.
The Blue Mountains is by far one of the most popular day trip destinations from Sydney. Suitable to visit during all four seasons, the region consists of several National Park areas and a conservation reserve.
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 path will get you to the Pulpit Rock Lookout, offering panoramic views of the Grose Valley and beyond.
Located on Manly’s North Head, the short and easy Fairfax Walk is a scenic, family-friendly circuit walking trail that offers fantastic views of Sydney Harbour, the city skyline, South Head and the ocean.
The highlight of the walk is the Fairfax Lookout, one of the
most impressive lookout points in Sydney. It’s also a popular whale watching spot during the two whale migration seasons.
Overlooking the Megalong Valley, Cahill’s Lookout is one of the most impressive lookouts in the Blue Mountains, but without the big tourist crowds.
Quietly tucked away on the westernmost point of Cliff Drive, the lookout offers breathtaking views of the valley, Megalong Head, Boars Head Rock, and the Narrow Neck Peninsula.