Pulpit Rock Lookout and Walking Track in the Blue Mountains

Pulpit Rock Lookout and walking track 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 path will get you to the Pulpit Rock Lookout, offering panoramic views of the Grose Valley and beyond.

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Discover Belmore Falls and the Hindmarsh Lookout

Belmore Falls and the Hindmarsh Lookout

Belmore Falls in Morton National Park is a stunning plunge waterfall with two drops on Barrengarry Creek.

A short walking track takes in several lookout points, including the Hindmarsh Lookout, from where you can enjoy panoramic views of Kangaroo Valley.

In this guide, we’ll explain how best to get there and where to find the best views of the waterfall.

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30 Best Sydney Tourist Attractions and Places to Visit

Sydney tourist attractions and places to visit

A complete guide to the best tourist attractions and places to visit in Sydney, including iconic landmarks, unique hidden gems, and beautiful natural sights.

Sydney is the prettiest, most versatile, and also most popular city in Australia, visited by millions of tourists each year.

What sets Sydney apart from other big cities around the world is a beautiful Harbour, unique landmarks such as the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, a near-perfect climate, and a stunning coastline with countless beaches.

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Discover the Islands of Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour islands

Sydney Harbour and its islands hold a wealth of history, and we can learn so much about the evolution and growth of Sydney by visiting or reading about these islands.

Some of Sydney Harbour’s islands can be visited, while others can’t. Some of them aren’t even islands anymore, as they have been reclaimed and are now part of the mainland.

In this guide, we are going to dive a little deeper into the islands and former islands of Sydney Harbour and uncover their rich historical legacy.

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Discover Cahill’s Lookout near Katoomba in the Blue Mountains

Cahill's Lookout in Katoomba

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.

A paved 500-metre long walking path leads to this lookout with multiple viewing platforms to explore. Keep reading to find out more!

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The Hop on Hop off Blue Mountains Explorer Bus

The Hop on hop off Blue Mountains Explorer Bus

There are various ways to visit the Blue Mountains. If you travel by car, you have the freedom to go anywhere you like and set your own schedule. If you book a day tour to the Blue Mountains, you can sit back and relax, as everything is organised for you.

But public transport is also a very practical way to visit Sydney’s most popular weekend destination. Combine a train journey with a trip on the hop on hop off Blue Mountains Explorer Bus, and you get to see all the major highlights in a relaxing way.

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