The Three Sisters rock formation is the most popular spot in the Blue Mountains. Just behind Information Center, you can find wheelchair accesable track to the Three Sisters to be up close. Be careful, there is also Giant Stairway taking you to canyon, over 900 steep steps.
Govetts Leap Blackheath
Breathtaking views over Grose Valley, an opportunity to see the tallest waterfall in the Blue Mountains. Govetts Leap at Blackheath is accessible by car, located near Blue Mountains Heritage Center.
Leura Cascades is a peaceful picnic area. From the Cascades you can walk to several waterfalls. It is situated along Cliff Drive in Leura.
Bushwalker’s mecca visited by Charles Darwin in 1836. In addition to bush walking, you can enjoy abseiling and canyoning there.
Blue Mountains Botanic Garden
The 28 acre garden has a large collection of plants from around the world, and is the ‘cool climate garden’ of the Royal Botanic Gardens Trust.
Jenolan Caves are some of the oldest caves in the world known for limestone formations, subterranean rivers, and fossils. In the Cathedral chamber of the Lucas Cave, you can also attend musical concerts.
Norman Lindsay Gallery
The sandstone cottage in Faulconbridge, occupied from 1912 to 1969 by the legendary Australian writer and artist, Norman Lindsay