The Blue Mountains Holidays
The Blue Mountains is a stunning wilderness area of dramatic cliffs, sandstone plateaus and deep canyons, around an hour west of Sydney. The region is also famed for its heritage-listed guesthouses, luxurious resorts and luxury retreats. Katoomba is the area’s principal town and where you will find the famous Three Sisters rock formation, while the Jenolan Caves are some of the world’s largest.
Top itineraries in The Blue Mountains
New South Wales offers a plethora of attractions. Explore them all on this self-drive that visits Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and Killcare.
Enjoy a luxury road trip from Sydney to Byron Bay, pausing at the mist-shrouded Blue Mountains, dolphin-rich Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley’s world-famous vineyards.
Be charmed by Sydney before discovering the stunning beaches, coastal towns and lush hinterland of New South Wales' East Coast as you wind your way north.
Top places to stay in The Blue Mountains
Lilianfels is a luxury resort and spa complex set within the grounds of a historic homestead that has all of its heritage charm, and most of its original features, intact.
The Indian Pacific is named after the two oceans it connects on its three night cross-country journey between Perth and Sydney. Covering 4,352-kilometres, it's one of the world's longest and most memorable train journeys.
Huddled away in the misty Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Spicers Sangoma is an African safari camp inspired retreat. An intimate experience, it’s expanding from just five suites. As such, it will be closed from mid-February to August 2016.
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