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The Prince Henry Cliff Walk is an adventurous 7 km long walking trail between Scenic World in Katoomba and Gordon Falls Lookout in Leura.
It follows the cliff edge overlooking the Jamison Valley with many beautiful lookout points along the way to enjoy some of the best views in the Blue Mountains.
The Leura Cascades walking track is a short but scenic bushwalk along Leura Falls Creek, leading up to a beautiful lookout point with amazing views of the Jamison Valley.
Make a day of it and enjoy lunch outdoors at the Leura Cascades picnic area, one of the most scenic Blue Mountains picnic spots.
The short but scenic Nature Track in Wentworth Falls is a refreshing 3.5 km circuit trail that starts and ends at the old Conservation Hut.
This often ignored but spectacular walking track follows the edge of the escarpment before descending to lower grounds where it takes in a section of the Valley of the Waters.
The short but scenic Charles Darwin Walk follows Jamison Creek all the way to the top of Wentworth Falls, with a few smaller waterfalls and creek crossings along the way to enjoy.
Well managed and equipped with several bridges and boardwalks, this easy and popular walking track is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, and is a great way to reach the Wentworth Falls area.
Mermaid Pools is a beautiful natural water hole on the Bargo River at the start of Tahmoor Gorge, only 75 minutes southwest of Sydney.
You may have already read a few stories about Mermaid Pools and how beautiful it is, but there is so much more to this part of the world than just that water hole.