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Things to do in the Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains has such a selection of wonderful sights and experiences you will be spoilt for choice.

Leura MallThe village of Leura contains many fine attractions in its own right, famous beautiful gardens, historic houses, small museums, the Leura Cascades and waterfalls, lookouts, and a superb golf course. The charming Leura Mall contains an eclectic mix of art galleries, boutique and speciality shops and of course a fine selection of cafes and restaurants.

A couple of notable attractions in Leura:

Why not take the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus which has a choice of different tours to suit all requirements. This runs very regularly and can be caught from just at the end of the road. You can hope on and off all day at many of the Blue Mountains tourist attractions.

Experience walking on air at Scenic World with their new glass bottom skyrail. Or descend into the ancient rainforest by either the Scenic Railway or Scenic Cableway and enjoy being surrounded by nature on the longest elevated timber boardwalk.

For the more adventurous there are many bush trails to explore, from a short half hour walk up to a full days hike. Choose if you would like to see waterfalls, wildlife or amazing views, the Blue Mountains has a walk for them all.  From the end of the road, you can join the Prince Henry Cliff walk, leading to Gordon Falls in one direction, or through Leura Cascades along the cliff top to Echo Point and the Three Sisters in the other direction.  At Leura Cascades you can also follow the path down past the Leura waterfall, into the Jameison Valley.  From here you can follow  the Dardanelles pass or Federal pass, heading through the Leura forest and choose to ascend at the Three sisters or  Katoomba waterfall or alternitvely let the Scenic Railway bring you back up the cliff.  

LeuraThe Edge Cinema
shows a number of films to keep you entertained in the wetter weather.

Take a trip to the Jenolan Caves and explore one of the many caves. During a tour you will hear all about the history, learn how they were discovered and be amazed by the cave formations. Why not book one of the many concerts that are performed in the caves for a very memorable experience.

Visit the Norman Lindsay Gallery, the Toys and Trains Museum..

Other adventures that you can have while in the Blue Mountains are:
4 wheel drive tours, Horse riding in the Megalong valley, Rock climbing, Canyoning, A day of golf, or Why not relax in one of the many spas.

Suggested links:

Experience BlueMountainsAustralia.com
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