Aug 14

NSW Travel: Amazing Reasons to Visit Blue Mountains

Just two hours outside of Sydney, you’d be able to experience the perfect day trip if you’re one of those nature lovers who are fond of beautiful landscapes. Sydney is the place where you can experience Australia’s pristine gifts, from marine protected areas to national parks. 


One of the best places you can’t miss when you’re in Sydney is the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Imagine how a world of the heritage-listed national park boasts the Aussie wildlife, a rich eucalypt rainforest, stunning waterfalls, and home to the aboriginals that are still living in the country’s culture on the face of the world which are all Instagram worthy views! 


In this article, we are going to give you some of the top 5 amazing reasons why you need to visit the Blue Mountains. 




This is your go-to place if you want to cool down from the heat and sizzling summer in Sydney. As you walk through the park’s trails, the breezy mountain air and tree shades will accompany. Although normal days there don’t get much colder than 10ºC, you can still experience snow dust from chilly nights. 


The sure thing here is that it gets humid which makes the landscape magical, surrounding the canopies. 




You would be under pressure to find more striking sightseeing in the world than the Blue Mountains. But what plenty of people are not aware of is that this place lights up to another level when the sunset. 


The best sightseeing you should not miss out within the Blue Mountains is the world’s famous Three Sisters and Jamison Valley which are undoubtedly one of Australia’s top icons. Once you’re done, you can make your way out down the Giant Stairway to the base of Jamison Valley. You’ll be surprised that the steps that make this breathtaking trail were carved straight on the rock’s surface. 


After exploring these places’ beautiful panoramic views, an exciting ride awaits you. Just hop on the steepest funicular in the world, the Scenic World Railway. It will bring you back to your starting point, coming out from the rainforest, seated back under glass ceilings. 




Strengthen your spirit and mind as you meditate under the picturesque waterfalls of the Blue Mountains. You may take a dip at Wentworth Falls, located inside the Blue Mountains National Park which is just five minutes off the thruway and reasonable despite the reroute. 


The falls stand at 187 meters high and are considered as a standout among the loftiest waterfalls on the level and an exceptional base to explore the lavish universe of rainforests and gorges along with a scope of breathtaking strolling tracks. 




The Blue Mountains is filled with sensational walking trails through lush rainforest. The place is really open to let people experience and admire the mountains’ true beauty on a personal and private level. 


The Blue Mountains is a place of heaven for bushwalkers who are looking for plenty of different wonderful strolling tracks. A part of these climbs has been existing for a long time already while some of them have just been opened to people in general as of late. 


You may want to visit the Fabulous Canyon Walk that’s most often viewed as the most outstanding one amongst the greatest strolling trails in the Blue Mountains district. The Grand Canyon Walk will leave you in awe as you walk your way through rich rainforests with several brook intersections, small waterfalls, huge sandstone dividers and shake overhangs.


This was initially opened in 1907 with an estimate of 6km strolling track that was the first of its kind in the Blue Mountains and has been checked and tested by great many climbing devotees every year. 




Are you looking for the most amazingly rare wildlife experience? If you haven’t been to Australia, then you would definitely find the answer to that question. In just less than a couple of hours from Sydney, you can experience the best of all. 

It might be hard to look for the best locations to have the best view of the most famous Australia if you’re new in Australia. However, you can talk to some local tour operators such as Wildlife Tours Australia who’s an expert in Blue Mountains Tours and wildlife spotting in their natural environment. 


We suggest that you look for the top 3 Aussie Animals including Kangaroos, Koalas, and the iconic Kookaburra. 

Author Bio: Ivandrea Ollero is a writer for Kims Romantic Getaways Sydney, one of Australia’s beach retreat places immersed in subtropical rainforest offering a cluster of lavish individual timber bungalows and spa villas on the beach. She is also a content crafter who researches and writes custom content about travel, fashion, finance, business, home improvements, health, and beauty in order to provide helpful information and tips for her readers. Ivandrea graduated from St. Scholastica’s College, Manila, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2016.

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