Published on : Tuesday, February 14, 2017
One of the most popular day and weekend getaway, Blue Mountains region attracted more than 4million visitors among which international travelers and nature loving Sydneysiders occupies an important number. This rugged land is spread across 1 million hectare of land. Surrounded by legendary wilderness, this place is a world-heritage listed site with enormous beauty! William Wentworth, one of the of the three explorers discovering this place, ‘’ The boundless Champaign burst upon our sight, Till nearer seen the beauteous landscape grew, Op’ning like Canaan on rapt Israel’s view.’’
Hassan Walls is a significant attraction of Blue Mountain. It provides mesmerizing view of the Hartley Valley. Other recently developed constructions include boardwalk providing easy access to the tourists. Besides, the car park at Evans Lookout at Blackheath, misty waterfalls and tree ferns make the place ideal to beat the heat of summers. Centennial Glen Stables, in the Kanimbla Valley at the base of the Shipley Plateau, provides one hour to one full day guided trail rides and treks to neighboring Megalong Valley. Other than this, enjoying winery experience, indulging in old-style movie theatre in NSW, peek into the traditional home of the Darug and Gundungarra people etc. are some of the must-do things in the Blue Mountains.