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The Blue Mountains are a piece of paradise, located just outside of Sydney. Visitors to the mountainous region can enjoy historic sites, caves, amazing lookouts, rivers, ancient Aboriginal artwork, rainforests and a rich variety of flora and fauna. Many sites offer adventure activities including abseiling, canoeing and rock-climbing. Blue Mountains towns such as Katoomba and Leura are well worth a stop to explore and enjoy.
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Blackheath Tourist Park lies at 67-69 Prince Edward Street in Blackheath. Campsite facilities include a camp kitchen, playground, dump point and the park is pet-friendly during off peak periods. The accommodation offered includes cabins, campsites, and both powered and ensuite concrete slabs for caravans.
Jenolan Holiday Park sits at 7 Cunynghame Street in Oberon, not too far from Jenolan Caves. The park facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, laundry, and the park is pet-friendly. Accommodation ranges from a variety of cabins to both unpowered and powered sites suitable for caravans and campers.
Katoomba Tourist Park is located at 101 Katoomba Falls Road, close to Katoomba Station. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, playground, and laundry. The park does not allow pets. The accommodation offered ranges from self-contained cabins to a camping area and both powered and ensuite areas for campervans and caravans.
Lithgow Tourist and Van Park is located at 58 Cooerwull Road in Lithgow. It is a family owned site and the facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, laundry, and sullage. The accommodations ranges from cabins to camping and powered sites.
Scenic World is a popular tourist destination set deep within the Blue Mountains, where visitors can ride the world’s steepest incline railway and take a trip across the open valley on the Skyway. The area offers fantastic views of the Three Sisters, and many boardwalk trails through the forest. Scenic World is located along Cliff Drive in Katoomba.
Jenolan Caves is an exciting destination in the Blue Mountains, featuring many impressive limestone caves and underground rivers. Guided tours are offered through many of the caves, the most popular being the Lucas Cave which features a 54m high chamber. Visitors can also enjoy bush-walking on many of the walking trails. Jenolan Caves are located about 30 minutes by car south-east of Oberon.
Glow Worm Tunnel was once part of the railway going to the Newnes Kerosene Shale that was dismantled in the 1940s. Explore the tunnel to see the majestic glow worms of the fungus gnat. The site is ideal for bird-watching and bush-walking.
Kanangra-Boyd National Park features a diverse natural landscape, rich with flora and fauna. Visitors can enjoy bush-walking, camping and picnicking at the site, which is located just 100 kilometres from Sydney or a comfortable drive from Katoomba.
Hartley Historic Site is a historic village that grew around the original courthouse buildings. Hartley is a perfect example of an early 19th century village in regional New South Wales with 17 well-preserved buildings. Hartley is located outside of Lithgow, just over two hours drive from Sydney.
Katoomba Falls is a prime attraction in the Blue Mountains, and has been dubbed by visitors as the most picturesque falls in the region. Visitors can reach Katoomba Falls easily from the towns of Katoomba and Wentworth Falls.