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Three Sisters

Three Sisters

The Three Sisters are a famous rock formation in the Blue Mountains. Offering panoramic views into the Jamison Valley, these three rocky pinnacles on the edge of the escarpment at Echo Point, Katoomba, have become an iconic symbol for the Blue Mountains. The Three Sisters can be viewed from the main Echo Point lookout or the Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales lookouts on the lower levels. A walk from behind the Echo Point Visitor Information Centre will lead you to the top of the Three Sisters via Honeymoon Bridge from the Giant Stairway.
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Scenic World

Scenic World

At Scenic World you choose how you take in the spectacular sites of the Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley. Impressive 360-degree views are the highlight of Scenic Skyway’s glass-bottomed carriage. Travelling 270 metres above ancient ravines, it’s Australia’s highest cable car. You can also ride on Scenic Railway, the steepest passenger railway in the world, and discover the thrill of a 52-degree incline. For a more gentle experience, descend into the valleys om Scenic Cableway to see nature at its most spectacular and then amble along the 2.4 km elevated Scenic Walkway through a towering Jurassic rainforest. Unlimited rides on all four experiences are included in the one ticket price.
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Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves

Regarded as Australia’s most outstanding limestone caves, the Jenolan Caves are among the oldest cave systems in the world. Some 340 million years old, the Jenolan Caves feature pure underground rivers and amazing limestone crystal formations. Whether a first timer or skilled adventurer, your experienced guide will take you to the depths of the Earth. For those seeking a thrill, an adventure caving tour will see you squeeze, crawl and climb through winding ancient passageways with only your head lamp to light your way.
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Wentworth Falls

Wentworth Falls

Within Blue Mountains National Park, five minutes from the highway, is one of the most majestic waterfalls on the plateau. The falls occur where the Jamison Creek drops over the escarpment and plunges 297 metres over the upper and lower falls into a large pool before flowing down the creek into the Valley of the Waters. Bushwalks in the area vary from short 10 minutes to full day walks in the valley. National Parks and Wildlife Services produce a booklet with maps and information on the walks. Barbecue and picnic facilities are available and it is about two kilometres from Wentworth Falls train station.
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