Blue Mountains Greater Blue Mountains NSW Vanwilder

Blue Mountains Greater Blue Mountains NSW


Blue Mountains Greater Blue Mountains NSW

The million-hectare World Heritage listed wilderness of the Blue Mountains in Sydney’s backyard is the perfect antidote to city life. We could spend every weekend in the Blue Mountains and not get sick of it. Strap in and get set on one of the easiest weekend getaways we have. Go slow, stop often, and don’t forget to breathe the fresh air infused with eucalyptus oil.

This trip can be expanded or reduced to fit your time constraints by cutting out the Jenolan Caves stop.

  • Recommended Time
    2-4 days
  • Round Trip


The quaint little town sits atop the Blue Mountains and serves as the “base camp” to most activities and places. Beautiful all year round (especially in Autumn), you are bound to enjoy a stop here no matter the time of year. With loads of walks to suit just about any fitness level, boutique cafes, and breathtaking lookouts, there is no shortage of activities.

Top Walks

  • Wentworth Falls loop 5km, 4-5 Hours, Grade 3
  • Grand Canyon track 6.3km loop, 3-4 Hours, Grade 3
  • Three Sisters walk 0.8km return, 25-45 Minutes, Grade 1

Top Lookouts

  • Lincoln’s Rock lookout (pictured)
  • Wentworth Falls lookout
  • Three Sisters lookout (classic)
  • Sublime Point lookout – Leura

Top Eats

  • Yellow Deli Katoomba (pictured)
  • Station Bar & Woodfired Pizza
  • Leura Garage
  • The Potager Mount Tomah

Camping Grounds

We recommend booking campsites a week or two ahead where possible, they can get pretty busy. We will provide a few free campsites (excluding Parks NSW booking fee) The first half are campsites closer to Katoomba and the Jenolan Caves, the second half will be closer to the return leg which passes through Bilpin.

StayKCC Campground (For when you don’t want to leave Katoomba)
Location – 10 Laurel Street, Katoomba

Cathedral Reserve Campground (Beautiful in autumn)
Location – Mount Wilson


  • Toilets
  • Waste Facilities
  • Firepits
  • Picnic Tables

Burralow Creek Campground (Located just past Bilpin)
Location – Kurrajong Heights


  • Toilets
  • BBQ facilities