Blue Mountains Tourism - Official Site


Regional Highlights

Lower Blue Mountains

  • Walk through a mob of grey kangaroos at Euroka
  • Visit Red Hands Cave to view ancient Aboriginal rock art
  • Cycle the Oaks Fire Trail from Woodford to Glenbrook
  • See the convict-built Lennox Bridge
  • Explore the gallery and sculpture garden at the Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge

Upper Blue Mountains

  • Go stargazing at Kings Tableland Observatory
  • Ride the worlds steepest incline railway at Scenic World, Katoomba
  • Experience fine dining with spectacular views
  • Explore quaint local antique stores and galleries
  • Go for a stroll or an extended hike in the Jamison or Grose Valley
  • Enjoy Grand High Tea served on silver platters to your table


  • Explore the Capertee Valley, the worlds second largest enclosed canyon
  • Celebrate Lithgow's heritage with the annual Ironfest festival
  • Fish at Archvale Trout Farm where you are guaranteed a catch
  • Float down the Wollangambe river on a lilo
  • Click here for more information about Lithgow


  • Enjoy live music at Jenolan's majestic Cathedral Cave
  • Marvel at the spectacular 1000-foot high cliffs of Kanangra Walls
  • Explore the old silver mining town of Yerranderie
  • Drive the sweeping Tablelands Way - from Canberra to Blue Mountains and the Hunter and back
  • Cycle or walk the first Rail Trail in NSW
  • Also, why not read about the attractions of Oberon for a glimpse into the Central Tablelands.

Mount Tomah and Mount Wilson

  • Stroll through magnificent landscaped gardens with colourful displays in autumn and spring
  • View the Wollemi Pines at Mount Tomah Botanic Gardens

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