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Things To Do In The Blue Mountains

There is a multitude of fascinating and indulgent experiences to try in the Greater Blue Mountains. Here's a sample of some of the best that you may like to try:

  • Explore charming artistic towns and hamlets, full of galleries, antique shops, and gourmet produce.
  • Learn how a didgeridoo is played and throw a boomerang at Muru Mittigar Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
  • Play golf on a cliff-top golf course.
  • Hop on and off the Explorer Bus or take a Trolley Tour of the major attractions.
  • Watch the sun light up and change the colours of the Three Sisters at Echo Point; then climb the giant staircase which rises up from the valley.
  • Take a thrilling ride on the Scenic Railway; then come back up from the bottom of the valley in the glass-bottomed Scenic Cableway.
  • Visit the geological phenomenon of the Jenolan Caves.
  • Sample a delicious Devonshire tea at the Megalong Valley Tea Rooms.
  • See the precious Wollemi Pine tree in Wollemi National Park.
  • Wander through the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah and World Heritage Exhibition Centre.
  • Take a night tour of the fascinating Glow Worm Tunnel.
  • Take the Greater Blue Mountains Drive which links the national parks and conservation areas across the Upper Hunter, Mudgee, Goulburn, Southern Highlands and Hawkesbury regions.
  • Drop into the Vintage Hunter Wine and Visitors Centre at Pokolbin to plan which of the 140 wineries you want to visit.