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"Iconic landscapes surrounded by blue haze"

Blue Mountains Tourism

The Blue Mountains gets its name from the blue haze that surrounds the area, a result of the mist that emanates from the eucalyptus trees in the area. With eight connected conservation areas, the Blue Mountains region is a beautiful World Heritage site that helps visitors connect with some of the best of Australia’s natural beauty.

Be it the mystical Jenolan Caves, the lush valleys, the magnificent waterfalls or the unique scenery that dots the area, the Blue Mountains is sure to capture the hearts of all who wander here, mystified by the blue haze that surrounds the area. There is no shortage of gorgeous landscapes in the Blue Mountains, with bushwalking and hiking being the most popular activities. The most popular spot to observe the true splendour of the landscapes here is Echo Point. The breathtaking scenery of the Blue Mountains from this spot is amplified by the sight of the Three Sisters, three rocky outcrops that lend the shape of the mountain range an additional layer of uniqueness. Visitors can also visit the Sublime Point, an alternative to the crowded Echo Point with equally stunning views of the area. Evans Lookout is the viewpoint visitors can head to for a view of the Grand Canyon-eqsue terrain of the Blue Mountains. For a quick experience of all that the region has to offer, Scenic World is the perfect spot for visitors to engage in Skyway gondola rides, scenic railways or a forest boardwalk that will help absorb the beauty of the Blue Mountains. The impressive Wentworth Falls lies nestled within the rainforest, a treat for the eyes with a 300-metre drop. This point also serves as the beginning for several bushwalks, allowing visitors to get lost in the beauty of the Blue Mountains.

Being 60 kilometres from the city, the Blue Mountains is an immensely popular day trip destination for residents and visitors to Sydney. It serves as a breath of clean, fresh air to help them rejuvenate and take a step back from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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