Valley of the Waters - National Pass Walk - It is located in the Blue Mountains where the cliffline walks are very popular and scenic, however the scenery along Wentworth Falls is more interesting to see. At Katoomba, you will get to experience the walk of your life by following the tracks at the top and at the base of the cliffs. While the track at Wentworth Falls has access to the cliffs so the views are uninterrupted and can be fully seen.

Valley of Waters - National Pass Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Springwood - Magdala Creek - Sassafras Creek Walk - Blue Mountains is truly a place of great wonders, but much of the walking may take extra effort especially when you try to descend into deep forested areas. The area is surrounded by valleys, gullies, gorges and rugged sandstone.

Springwood - Magdala Creek - Sassafras Creek Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Mount York Walk - t was in 1813 when Blue Mountains were finally crossed from Sydney. The historic road is known as Cox's  Road, later it was replaced by Lawsons Long Alley Road which was built in 1822-1823. Since then several roads were built for the same purpose but it was in 1912 when they finally built a road that accepts motor vehicle.

Mount York Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Mount Wilson - Wollangambe River Walk - Wollangambe River is a remnant of true beauty, it is surrounded by secluded white sand beaches and a rugged gorge. The area provides unlimited opportunity for the visitors to enjoy. Plenty of swimming places to explore.

Mount Wilson - Wollangambe River Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Mount Warning Walk - The area offers unlimited possibilities for the tourist to enjoy. The Tweed River and other streams have eroded the central explosion crater making the area larger an leaving an island of more acid lava rock dome known as Mount Warning.

The first place on mainland Australia to receive the sun's rays each day! Tip: For 360 degree views stretching to the coastline, make the climb to the summit return). It's well worth the sore legs!

Nepean Lookdown - Erskine Creek Walk - Blue Mountains National Park offers unlimited opportunities to people who loves adventure. Although the area is well diverse, there are still remote areas perfect for a quiet and relaxing walk. Believe it or not, but the area close to Sydney is the most isolated part. The area is known as Nepean Lookdown.

Nepean Lookdown - Erskine Creek Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Nepean Lookdown - Erskine Creek Walk - Blue Mountains National Park offers unlimited opportunities to people who loves adventure. Although the area is well diverse, there are still remote areas perfect for a quiet and relaxing walk. Believe it or not, but the area close to Sydney is the most isolated part. The area is known as Nepean Lookdown.

Nepean Lookdown - Erskine Creek Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

Mount Wilson Walk - Mount Wilson is a place of true beauty, it lies in the Blue Mountain area on a basalt-capped section. It is surrounded by a good number of private gardens, these gardens are open to the public especially during spring and autumn. Entry fees are applicable to support the charities.

Mount Wilson Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

The Breadknife Walk - There are many interesting features found in Warrumbungle National Park with Breadknife as the highlight, the place is definitely beyond compare. The park lies near Coonabarabran where volcanic spires, domes and mesas are very common. The Breadknife was formed of dykes along cracks in a volcanic cone.

The Breadknife Walk - one of the most famous walk in NSW

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