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Sixty km west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains has long been renowned as one of the finest bushwalking areas of the world with the cascading waterfalls, breath-taking panoramas, rainforests, fern-filled gullies and the abundance of flora and fauna.

The Blue Mountains National Park includes more than 247,000 hectares of dissected sandstone plateau, forested river valleys and deep gorges. The Park adjoins Wollemi National Park to the north and Kanangra Boyd National Park to the south west, making it one of the largest natural areas in NSW.

The park is also home to the Waratahs (Telopea speciosissima), the flora emblem of New South Wales. The waratah is best seen in late winter and early spring.


Mountain Devil (Lambertia formosa) at Butterbox Canyon.Northern Section: Grose Valley
This section of the national park lies to the north of the Great Western Highway from Springwood to Mt Victoria and to the north, adjoins Wollemi National Park. Access is from the Great Western Highway or the railway, with main attractions including Evans Lookout, Govetts Leap, Pulpit Rock and Perrys Lookdown. There are picnic facilities at Evans Lookout, Govetts leap and Anvil Rock. There are also bush camping sites. Most walks are signposted with maps available from the Heritage Centre shop on Govetts Leap Road.

Glenbrook Area
Main entrance is through Glenbrook via Ross Street and then Bruce Road. There are a number of scenic picnic areas, swimming holes, walking tracks and lookouts. BBQ and picnic facilities are found at Euroka Clearing, Red Hands Cave and The Ironbarks. There is a picnic shelter at The Oaks. Car-based camping is at Euroka.

Greater Southern Section
This section covers 98,000 ha and lies roughly south of Katoomba to Wombeyan Caves and from Lake Burragorang in the east to the Great Dividing Range. To the west is Kanangra-Boyd National Park. There are no facilities in this section.

Source: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park Visitor Guide.

Check out our listing of Blue Mountains accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other info. More information can be had from the Blue Mountain Visitor Centre or the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

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