Things to see and do
Must See & Do's
There's so much to see and do in the Blue Mountains! We've taken the hard work of picking and choosing from the many great attractions and destinations.
If you’ve only got one day to spend in the beautiful Blue Mountains there’s plenty to see and do to keep you busy all day!
Start at the Glenbrook Visitor Information Centre where you can get some more information on things to see and do as well as some great maps and souvenirs.
Head up the Great Western Highway and check out the fantastic villages along the way.
Head to the Echo Point Visitor Information Centre to pick up some great local tips on the things to see and do and get the most out of your day in the Mountains.
Must do’s include:
The 3 Sisters - From the viewing platform at Echo Point you can see the magnificent views of the Blue Mountains, Kanangra-Boyd Wilderness and the iconic Three Sisters rock formation from a variety of lookouts.
If you want to get up close and personal a walk from behind the Visitors Information centre will lead you to the top of the 3 Sisters via Honeymoon Bridge from behind the Giant Stairway. This walk will take approximately 30 minutes and is an easy walk.
Prince Henry Walk to Scenic World - The Prince Henry Cliff walk connects the Scenic Railway to Leura Cascades – this is a full day walk though! From Echo Point Visitor Information Centre look for the signs for Prince Henry Walk and head towards Scenic World. This walk is 1 hr (one way) and is medium grade as there are some steps.
Scenic World - Discover the thrill of a 52 degree incline riding the steepest passenger railway in the world, the Scenic Railway. Experience the thrill of theScenic Skyway with the clear glass reveals the valley floor 270m below. Travel by cable car to enjoy the valley floor on the Scenic Cableway. Or perhaps you can stroll through ancient rainforest on 2.5km raised boardwalk on the Scenic Walkway.