Blue Mountains National Park

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Visitor centresPublic transportWheelchair facilitiesCampingNo caravan sitesAccommodationLookoutsPicnics and BBQsKiosks/cafesWalkingDogs and other domestic animals not permittedHorse ridingCycling trailsCar touring4WD touring routesCanoeingSailing and boatingNo fishingSwimmingNo areas recommended for snorkelling/divingAdventure recreation

Blue Mountains National Park, one of the most well known parks in Australia, is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area; listed for its remarkable geographic, botanic and cultural values, including protecting sites of Aboriginal cultural significance. This Eco certified park boasts more than 140km of trails and walking tracks and there are great places to go camping, including Euroka or Blue Gum Forest where you can pitch your tent beneath the shade of a majestic eucalypt.

Explore the park’s heritage tracks and lookouts, many of which were created for Victorian-era honeymooners and day-trippers. Imagine walking down some of the steep staircases and narrow tracks in a full suit or a dress with a bustle. Try the historic National Pass or take the clifftop bushwalk at Govetts Leap; a great walk for getting a sense of the land and spectacular views all the way down the Grose Valley. There are also great opportunities for adventure sports; challenging rock climbing spots, great canyons and horseriding.

The views from the park’s lookouts are magnificent; you’ll look out over hazy blue forests, waterfalls and interesting rock formations. Echo Point at Katoomba is a popular spot, offering full views of the iconic Three Sisters, and at Sublime Point in Leura, you’ll be able to see 29km away on a clear day. Take a picnic lunch or thermos so you can stop for a while to admire the view.

This park, which is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, protects an unusually diverse range of vegetation communities. There are rare and ancient plants and isolated animal populations tucked away in its deep gorges. The Greater Blue Mountains Drive links a vast and spectacular World Heritage landscape and a number of national parks to the surrounding regions.

Visit the NSW National Parks visitor website for more inspiration and information on Blue Mountains National Park.

Sector map: Glenbrook (Blue Mountains National Park)

Park map: Blue Mountains National Park

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Woodford::Ingar campground
Murphys Glen campground
Murphys trail - Wentworth Falls to Woodford
Woodford – Oaks trail
Blackheath::Blue Gum Forest
Blue Mountains Heritage Centre
Braeside walk
Cliff Top walking track
Fairfax Heritage walking track
Govetts Leap descent
Govetts Leap lookout
Grand Canyon track
Lockleys Pylon walking track
Mount Banks Road cycle route
Mount Banks Summit walk
Perrys lookdown campground
Perrys lookdown to Blue Gum Forest walking track
Pierces Pass to Blue Gum Forest walking track
Pulpit walking track
Victoria Falls Lookout - Blue Gum Forest walk
Glenbrook::Blue Pool walking track
Euroka - Nepean River walking track
Euroka campground
Jellybean track
Mount Portal lookout
Red Hands Cave
Red Hands Cave walking track - Blue Mountains National Park
Track entry car park (Glenbrook)
Tunnel View lookout
Woodford – Oaks trail
Katoomba - Scenic Railway::Cliff View lookout
Echo Point to Scenic World via Giant Stairway
Furber Steps-Scenic Railway walking track
Katoomba Falls to Echo Point via Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Reids Plateau lookout
Scenic Railway - Federal Pass Track
Witches leap
Katoomba - Echo Point::Allambie Lookout
Dardenelles Pass loop walking track
Echo Point lookout (Three Sisters)
Federal Pass
Giant stairway
Katoomba's Cliff Drive
Lady Game lookout
Minnamurra lookout
Oreades lookout
Prince Henry Cliff walk
Spooners lookout
Tallawarra lookout
Three Sisters - Honeymoon Bridge
Three Sisters track
Leura::Federal Pass
Gordon Falls lookout and picnic area
Leura Cascades Fern Bower
Leura Cascades picnic area
Lyrebird Dell - Pool of Siloam circuit
Lyrebird Dell walking track
Round walking track
Wentworth Falls::Charles Darwin walk
Conservation Hut
Den Fenella lookout
Den Fenella walking track
Lyrebird lookout
National Pass
Nature track
Overcliff-Undercliff track
Princes Rock lookout
Princes Rock walking track
Rocket Point lookout
Rocket Point lookout track
Shortcut track
Wentworth Falls lookout
Wentworth Falls picnic area
Wentworth Pass loop walking track
Woodford – Oaks trail:: Distance: 27km
Walking: medium difficulty, 3 hours 30 minutes
Mountain biking: This location may be CLOSED. Click to see details.
Narrow Neck trail:: Distance: 9.5km each way (one-way route)
Walking: medium difficulty, 2 hours each way
Mountain biking:
Ruined Castle walking track:: Distance: 4.2km
Walking: hard, 5 hours
Six Foot walking track:: Distance: 44km each way (one-way route)
Walking: hard, 3 days each way

These maps give you a basic overview of features and facilities. They do not provide detailed information on topography and landscape, and may not be suitable for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.