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The 5.6 km return walking trail to Ikara Head in Mount Victoria leads to a lookout that offers fantastic Grose Valley views.
With a bit of luck, and when the circumstances are right, you may be able to see pink flannel flowers and other wildflowers along the way.
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.
Widely regarded as one of the most impressive walking tracks in the Blue Mountains, the Grand Canyon Walk will leave you in awe as you hike through a beautiful landscape of lush rainforest with several creek crossings, small waterfalls, high cliff walls, and rock overhangs to take in.
Constructed and opened to the public in 1907, the 6 km long Grand Canyon walking track was the first of its kind and has, since its opening, been challenged by thousands of hiking enthusiasts every year.
The North Arm Walking Track is an exciting walking trail in the suburb of Castle Cove that passes through beautiful Harbour-side bushland.
This is a moderately challenging 6.5 km long walking trail exploring a quiet part of Middle Harbour, with lovely views of Sugarloaf Bay to take in.
The trail from Tambourine Bay Park to Warraroon Reserve is a family-friendly walk through a pocket of scenic bushland linking the suburbs of Riverview, Longueville and Lane Cove.
This easy 3 km return walking trail follows Tambourine Creek, which flows into Tambourine Bay which in turn is part of the Lane Cove River.
The Harold Reid Foreshore Track is a family-friendly bushwalk in the small suburb of Middle Cove, with scenic Middle Harbour views to take in.
This walk explores the Harold Reid Reserve, a beautiful pocket of natural waterfront bushland on a Hawkesbury sandstone landform.
The 7 km return walking trail from Hat Hill to Bald Head meanders through pleasant bushland scenery before arriving at a panoramic vantage point.
The views from Bald Head of the Grose Valley and the various landmarks nearby are pretty amazing and are worth the effort to get there.
Dargan Arch, or Dargans Arch, is a natural sandstone rock formation that is shaped like an arch, located in a quiet area of the Blue Mountains, near the town of Bell.
A short walk leads to this beautiful spot, where you have the opportunity to walk across the top of the arch as well as venture down to the bottom.
The Three Sisters is an iconic rock formation near Katoomba, facing the beautiful Jamison Valley. It is the most popular tourist spot in the Blue Mountains, attracting thousands of visitors every day.
A short walking track, starting from the information centre at Echo Point, allows visitors to see the Three Sisters from close by, with several scenic lookout points nearby to explore.