Govetts Leap Lookout Located at the end of Govetts Leap Road in Blackheath, On par with Three Sisters Lookout without the crowds. It offers stunning views across the Grose River Valley.
Evans Lookout Not far from Govetts Leap lookout. It is overlooking sandstone cliffs of the Grose Valley.
Pulpit Rock Lookout Pulpit Rock near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains is a large cliff edge with three lookout points spread across different levels.
Echo Point Lookout The most popular lookout point for tourists is the Echo Point Lookout from where you can enjoy the best views of the famous Three Sisters. We estimate around 2mil people a year visit Three Sisters Lookout.
Cahills Lookout Overlooking Megalong Valley, Cahills’s Lookout is one of the most impressive lookouts without the big tourist crowds. It offers views of the valley, Boars Head Rock and the Narrow Neck Peninsula.
Lincoln’s Rock Lookout Located south of Wentworth Falls on the Kings Tableland plateau, Lincoln’s Rock is one of the most impressive lookout , part of Kings Tableland, not far from Wentworth Falls
Olympian Rock Lookout The Olympian Rock Lookout is a 30 minute walk away from Gordon Falls Lookout, following the Prince Henry Cliff Walk or easy walk from Toy Museum in Leura
Baltzer Lookout Hanging Rock A 4km firetrail near Blackheath leads to this stunning lookout. The Baltzer Lookout is located at the very edge of Burramoko Head. Hanging Rock requires some effort. The walking track is 11km return from the car park. The walk is fairly flat and easy.
Sublime Point Lookout This is another beautiful spot to come at sunset located in Leura. The platform is not big so it can feel a little crowded.
Kanangra-Boyd: Plateau Walk Lookout This is not easy place to get to but worth it. The lookout is phenomenal. Used by professional photographers a lot. it is only around 20 minutes walk on an easy track from the car park.