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The Top Things to do in the Blue Mountains

Looking for things to do in the Blue Mountains, NSW? You've come to the right place! Australia stands alone as the world’s flattest continent, and thus pristine alpine areas such as New South Wales’ Blue Mountains region stand out even more for their splendour. An area full of untouched, rugged beauty, the Blue Mountains are a part of the country full of stunning, uninhibited views of various valleys, gorges and rock formations – the most famous of which are the iconic Three Sisters.

The Blue Mountains aren’t just about passive, visual landmarks, however – the region also provides access to its various highlights via numerous impressive hiking and walking tracks, each of which makes for a great adventure in its own right and allows visitors to discover some of the more hidden gems of Australian sightseeing away from the crowds. Home to one of Australia’s 10 Most Epic Walks and Hikes, it’s a haven for outdoor adventure just a stone’s throw away from Oz’s largest city, Sydney. If you're looking to begin YOUR own epic Blue Mountains adventure, simply choose from the range of tours, activities and attractions on offer below and book online today.

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Top 5 Things to do in Blue Mountains

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We break down what we feel are some of the best – and best value – attractions in some of the most popular locations throughout Australia and New Zealand. Here, we look at the best attractions in the breathtakingly beautiful Blue Mountains in New South Wales.

The below places have been selected based on a number of criteria such as value for money, quality of attraction and popularity with kids, and all receive rave reviews from numerous travel sites as well as visitors. Here’s the list:

1. Jenolan Caves

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Location: 4655 Jenolan Caves Road, Jenolan

Exploring this large, limestone cave system is a must for visitors to the area. Located within the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve there are many ways to explore these incredible caves.

You can embark on a self-guided tour around the cave, sign up for a guided night tour, or go adventure caving.

The Jenolan Caves are made up of a handful of individual caves each highlight unique aspects.

The Jenolan Caves are among the world's most popular cave systems with intricate cave formations which are still being explored today.

The Lucas, Imperial and Chifley Caves are made up of large chambers and are viewed with the Wonders of the Underworld Tours.

The Orient, Temple of Baal and Diamond Caves are explored with the aptly named Jewels of Jenolan as these caves are decorated with mesmerising, sparkling crystals.

Finally the Magic of Jenolan tours explore the River, Ribbon, Extended Orient, Extended Temple of Baal Caves as well as following the intriguing ‘Off the Track’ and ‘Legends, mysteries and ghosts’ tours.

2. Canyoning

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Location: Depart Sutherland Railway Station, Cnr of Adelong St and East Parade, Sutherland, NSW

Explore the Blue Mountains the most adventurous way, with an action packed canyoning tour. Led by experienced guides you can explore this gorgeous area while learning the basic techniques and skills required for canyoning.

The Empress Canyon experience is an ideal tour for those looking to go canyoning for the first time through this diverse setting.

The tour includes treks through lush rainforest, rock jumps and finishing with a bang – a 30-metre abseil down the side of a waterfall.

Led by experienced guides you can explore this gorgeous area while learning the basic techniques and skills required for canyoning.

Located in the Valley of the Waters Creek near Wentworth Falls, Empress Canyon offers easy access alongside a number of jumps and short swims that are ideal for getting your feet wet with canyoning as a whole – you’ll likely love it so much you’ll want to do a higher level in the future!

Throughout the experience, you’ll be donning top-notch equipment including a thick wetsuit, canyoning harness, backpack and helmet which will provide all the warmth and safety you’ll need to focus on the adventure.

If by the end of the tour you want more you can sign up for a more advanced tour through the area.

3. Abseiling Adventures

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Location: Multiple departure points

Embark on an epic abseiling adventure to some truly spectacular parts of the Blue Mountains & beyond!

Featuring a series of scenic and challenging abseils, these intense adventures will test your abseiling skills while providing a unique look at some of New South Wales’ untouched backcountry areas – one of the best ways to go sightseeing in the region.

Two of the best abseiling adventures in the area include one in Boar’s Head and the other at the Malata Wall – each bringing their own selling points to the table but both with spectacular views and challenging feats.

The Boar’s Head Abseil includes three different abseils each providing amazing views of the surrounding area.

Featuring a series of scenic and challenging abseils, these intense adventures will test your abseiling skills while providing a unique look at some of New South Wales’ untouched back-country areas – one of the best ways to go sight seeing in the region.

Over the extensive tour, you’ll cross more than 200 metres of the cliff face, encountering a series of short rock climbs and cliffs.

The highlight of this tour is conquering the challenge of abseiling through the narrow crack section with nothing but air below you.

The Malaita Wall includes a total of six different abseils each bringing that exciting adrenalin rush.

The first abseil off the adventure sets the tone for the day, reaching a height of 45 metres you’ll feel on top of the world as your conquer that one and continue to perfect the following five challenges. This is an ideal option for those looking for a challenge and amazing views.

4. Waradah Aboriginal Centre

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Location: World Heritage Plaza, 33-37 Echo Point Road, Katoomba

Nestled in the Blue Mountains near the 3 sisters, the Waradah Aboriginal Centre has been voted Australia’s number one Aboriginal Culture Centre.

With a range of performances, galleries, art and artefacts on display a visit to the Waradah Aboriginal Centre is a must.

Watch on as the talented entertainers showcase traditional dance and music performances featuring one of the favourite indigenous instruments, the didgeridoo.

You can also wander around the centre and view authentic artworks and souvenirs to learn about the culture of the two local tribes; Dharug and Gundungurra.

Watch on as the talented entertainers showcase traditional dance and music performances featuring one of the favourite indigenous instruments, the didgeridoo.

The centre is open every day of the year, 7 days a week from 9 am until 5 pm. There are various shows throughout the day on every hour from 10 am until 4 pm with extra shows on the half hour mark.

A unique experience, you can learn all there is to know about the Aboriginal culture in the one place. Tourists are invited to come along and learn about this rich culture in the beautiful Blue Mountains.

5. Featherdale Wildlife Park

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Location: 217-229 Kildare Road, Doonside

Technically this park isn’t exactly in the Blue Mountains but is one the way to it from Sydney and is a must-see for those interested in getting up close wildlife.

Spread over 7 acres of natural bushland, Featherdale Wildlife Park houses one of the largest collections of Australian native animals in the world.

Here you will be able to see and get up close with more than 2,200 animals from more than 330 different species.

Spread over 7 acres of natural bushland, Featherdale Wildlife Park houses one of the largest collections of Australian native animals in the world.

If you want a cuddle, you can cuddle a koala anytime of the day, hand feed the hopping kangaroos, emus and wallabies as well as meet Ngukhur, the resident saltwater crocodile reaching a length of 4.5 metres.

You can also explore the various exhibitions and displays in the park including the Ghost Bat and Bilby Nocturnal Exhibit, Farmyard Nursery and the Reptilian Pavilion.

A must-see for animal lovers and those looking for a unique animal experience away from the traditional zoo set up. The park is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.

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