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Scenic World to Echo Point
Time: 1 hr 15 mins Walking time
Please allow extra time to rest and to explore
3.2 km S of Katoomba
Length: 2.1 km Walk Length
As this is a One Way walk, the 2.1 km only includes the walking distance from the start to the end point
Blue Mountains National Park
Climb: 192 m Total Climbing
This walk has a total cumulative climb of 192 m, this is the total of the elevation gains made in each of the walks uphill sections
There is car access and parking near the start and end of this walk There is a bus stop within 2km of the start and end of this walk
Style: One way
Track: Moderate

This is one of the most popular tourist walks in the Katoomba area. The walk follows the cliffs along a well maintained and signposted track between two popular destinations, Scenic World and Echo Point. You will see amazing views of the Jamison Valley and Mt Solitary before enjoying the majesty of the Three Sisters. (open in app)


There are Closed areas in Blue Mountains National Park
Today's Fire rating
LOW MODERATE (No fire ban)
  Bushwalking track notes photographs, maps and camping spots for Scenic World to Echo Point

Map of Walk

Location

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Map of Scenic World to Echo Point
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Scenic World
End of wooden footbridge
Int of Prince Henry Cliff Walk and Katoomba Falls Round Walk
Int of Katoomba Kiosk Track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Int of Katoomba Kiosk Track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Int of Prince Henry Cliff Walk and Reids Plateau loop
Int of Solitary Lookout track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Int of Solitary Lookout track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Kedumba River lookout
Katoomba Cascades
Katoomba Falls Park
Int of Prince Henry Cliff Walk and the eastern Skyway steps
Cliff View Lookout
Wollumai Lookout
Allambie Lookout
Lady Darley Lookout
Kedumba View
Int of Echo Point and Queen Elizabeth Lookout tracks
Int of Echo Point and Queen Elizabeth Lookout tracks
Starting point for this hiking track: Scenic World

Base maps are used under licence and is © Department of lands   Panorama Avenue Bathurst 2795   www.lands.nsw.gov.au

Maps that cover the walk area (please always carry maps of the area)

Print a map and track notes here
 Six Foot Track 1:50 000 Map Series NSW-six-foot-track 
 Katoomba 1:25 000 Map Series NSW-89301S 
 Katoomba 1:100 000 Map Series 8930 

Photo Gallery

 
Entrance to Scenic World
 
Entrance to Scenic World +
 
following the wooden footbridge
 
following the wooden footbridge +
 
following the bushtracks
 
following the bushtracks +

 
The trail between the Kiosk and Scenic World
 
The trail between the Kiosk and Scenic World +
 
Following the hardened dirt track
 
Following the hardened dirt track +
 
Parkland at Katoomba Kiosk
 
Parkland at Katoomba Kiosk +

 
Katoomba Kiosk
 
Katoomba Kiosk +
 
View of the Scenic Skyway from the Kedumba River Lookout
 
View of the Scenic Skyway from the Kedumba River Lookout +
 
Katoomba Cascades
 
Katoomba Cascades +

 
Katoomba Falls Park
 
Katoomba Falls Park +
 
Start of the Cliff View Lookout path
 
Start of the Cliff View Lookout path +
 
The Scenic Skyway
 
The Scenic Skyway +

 
Border of National Park looking at Cliff View Lookout
 
Border of National Park looking at Cliff View Lookout +
 
Wollumai Lookout
 
Wollumai Lookout +
 
View from Lady Darley Lookout
 
View from Lady Darley Lookout +

 
Echo point
 
Echo point +
 
View of the Three Sisters from Echo Point
 
View of the Three Sisters from Echo Point +
 
Echo Point Discovery Centre
 
Echo Point Discovery Centre +

Terrain

Cross sectional view of the Scenic World to Echo Point bushwalking track

Cross Section of the Scenic World to Echo Point bushwalking track



Analysis and summary of the altitude variation on the Scenic World to Echo Point bushwalking track

Summary of the gradients over the the lenght of the Scenic World to Echo Point bushwalking track

Overview of this walks Grading - Based on the AS 2156.1 - 2001
These details are new. This new feature still requires more testing and refining. Please use the 'Walker Feedback' for report specific issues. Please e-mail Matt if you have any general comments. Hope you find it helpful.

Under this standard, a walk is graded based on the most difficult section of the walk.
Length 2.1km
Time 1 hr 15 mins
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Grade 3/6

Track: Moderate
AS 2156.1 Gradient Gentle hills with occasional steps (2/6)
Quality of track Formed track, with some branches and other obstacles (3/6)
Signs Directional signs along the way (3/6)
Experience Required Some bushwalking experience recommended (3/6)
Weather Weather generally has little impact on safety (1/6)
Infrastructure Limited facilities, not all cliffs are fenced (3/6)
*This summary of grading information is new and still in testing

Some more detail of this walks Grading
Here is a bit more details explaining the grading looking at sections of the walk.
Gradient
Around 1.5km of this walk has gentle hills with occasional steps, whilst the remaining 680m is flat with no steps.

Quality of track
990m of this walk follows a formed track, with some branches and other obstacles and another 940m follows a smooth and hardened path. The remaining (210m) follows a clear and well formed track or trail.

Signs
Around 1.2km of this walk has directional signs at most intersection, whilst the remaining 960m is clearly signposted.

Experience Required
Around 2.1km of this walk requires no previous bushwalking experience, whilst the remaining 50m requires some bushwalking experience.

Weather
This whole walk, 2.1km is not usually affected by severe weather events (that would unexpectedly impact safety and navigation).

Infrastructure
Around 1.9km of this walk is close to useful facilities (such as fenced cliffs and seats), whilst the remaining 260m has limited facilities (such as not all cliffs fenced).

Track Notes


No permits are required



Catch the bus to Scenic World
Public transport (bus) available to this Bushwalk You can phone 131500 (the transport info line) for up to date running times.
Use these links to plan your Bus (and train) trip to the end of this walk.
(Links currently not working sorry)
Plan your trip from --> Castle Hill|Chatswood|Dural|Epping|Gosford|Hornsby|Katoomba|Manly|Parramatta|Penrith|Strathfield|Sutherland|Sydney|
Drive to Scenic World
You can drive or ride to this start of this Bushwalk There is free parking available.
You can drive or ride to the start of this walk
Use these links to plan your trip to the start of this walk.
Plan your trip from --> Castle Hill|Chatswood|Dural|Epping|Gosford|Hornsby|Katoomba|Manly|Parramatta|Penrith|Strathfield|Sutherland|Sydney|

Scenic World Alt = 951 m
Scenic World is one of the most renowned tourist attractions of Katoomba and the Blue Mountains. Located on the cliffs of the Jamison Valley [1], visitors can enjoy a ride on the Scenic Railway (the world's steepest incline railway) or the Scenic Cableway, into the Jamison Valley, and explore the Scenic Walkway from the base. Alternatively, the Scenic Skyway offers a bird's eye view over the valley, with a glass floor to enhance the experience. Scenic World also features a revolving restaurant, a cafe and a kiosk, in addition to the documentary theatre and souvenir shop. Rides can be purchased, starting from $16 for adults and $10 for children, and combination or family passes are available. More info

(0 km) Scenic World to Int of Katoomba Kiosk Track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Track: Moderate - footpath,bushtrack,bushtrack
Length = 431 m Time = 9 mins
Climb = 18 m Descent = -39 m
From the Scenic World main entrance, this walk follows the 'Prince Henry Cliff Walk' signs down the concrete steps and around to the back of the building, where it comes to a wooden footbridge that curves around behind the main car park. At the end of the footbridge, this walk comes to an intersection with the Prince Henry Cliff Walk.
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the bush track down the gentle hill, winding down some wooden steps as the track bends around to the right. It then arrives at the signposted intersection of the 'Prince Henry Cliff Walk' and the track to the base of the Scenic Railway.
Veer left: From the intersection, the walk follows the 'Caravan Park' sign along the bush track that winds along the side of the hill, heading through the forest to the signposted intersection of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk at the back of the park, near the Katoomba Falls Kiosk.

(0.43 km) Int of Katoomba Kiosk Track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk to Katoomba Falls Kiosk
Optional sidetrip: Walk: Easy - footpath
Length = 49 m Time = 1 mins
Climb = 2 m Descent = 0 m
Turn left : From the intersection, this walk crosses through the park, passing the large information signs and the water fountain, arriving at the Katoomba Kiosk.
(Retrace your steps back to the main track, then continue straight to continue along this walk.)

Katoomba Falls Kiosk Alt = 932 m
The Katoomba Falls Kiosk serves a variety of light and healthy meals including breakfast, lunch and Devonshire teas. A drink enjoyed here will add to the experience of any local bushwalk. For more information, phone (02) 4782-4868. More info

(0.43 km) Int of Katoomba Kiosk Track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk to Int of Katoomba Kiosk Loop and Witches Leap Track
Track: Moderate - footpath
Length = 25 m Time = 1 mins
Climb = 0 m Descent = -5 m
Veer right: From the intersection, this walk follows the 'Reids Plateau' sign down the concrete stairs, passing a 'Greenspace Project' sign. The walk continues down to the bottom of the stairs and to the intersection of the Katoomba Falls Walk and the Prince Henry Cliff Walk (unsignposted).

(0.46 km) Int of Prince Henry Cliff Walk and Reids Plateau loop to Int of Solitary Lookout track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 71 m Time = 2 mins
Climb = 1 m Descent = -13 m
Turn left: From the intersection, this walk follows the 'Prince Henry Cliff Walk' signpost down the hardened footpath, winding down some wooden steps to the bottom of the hill, where it flattens out and continues through the forest for a short distance before coming to the intersection of Solitary Lookout track.

(0.53 km) Int of Solitary Lookout track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk to Solitary Lookout
Optional sidetrip: Walk: Easy - bushtrack
Length = 24 m Time = 1 mins
Climb = 0 m Descent = -10 m
Turn right: From the intersection, this walk heads down the wooden steps and along the bush track, winding through the forest for a short while before dropping down some concrete steps to Solitary Lookout.
(Retrace your steps back to the main track, then turn right to continue along this walk.)

Solitary Lookout Alt = 908 m
This unnamed lookout, near Katoomba falls, looks straight out across the Kedumba Valley to Mount Solitary. Although the Three Sisters are not visible, visitors can see Narrow Neck plateau and Ruined Castle to the right. The lookout is fenced, and there is a chair where you can sit and watch the Scenic Skyway go back and forth.

(0.53 km) Int of Solitary Lookout track and Prince Henry Cliff Walk to Kedumba River lookout
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 59 m Time = 3 mins
Climb = 3 m Descent = -18 m
Continue straight: From the intersection, the walk follows the footpath down the gentle hill for a short distance and arrives at the Kedumba River lookout.

Kedumba River lookout Alt = 901 m
This unnamed, fenced lookout is at the bend in the track along Kedumba River, at the top of Katoomba Falls. The lookout gives great views across the valley to Mount Solitary and Narrow Neck. There are also glimpses of the Katoomba Falls as it drops away, far into the valley below.

(0.59 km) Kedumba River lookout to Katoomba Cascades
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 181 m Time = 4 mins
Climb = 22 m Descent = -4 m
Veer left: From the lookout, this walk heads north along the bush track, winding along the left-hand side of the gully. The walk comes to the Kedumba River and follows it upstream through the forest, until the track bends down to the river crossing, just downstream of the cascades.

Katoomba Cascades Alt = 919 m
Popular with locals and visitors alike, these picturesque cascades are on the Kedumba River. The cascades are nestled in the bend on Cliff Drive, near Katoomba Park. There are stepping stones across the creek at the bottom of the falls and a bench seat in the shade. There are a few small clearings where visitors can sit and enjoy the falls.

(0.77 km) Katoomba Cascades to Katoomba Falls Park
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 127 m Time = 3 mins
Climb = 18 m Descent = -1 m
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk crosses to the eastern side of the creek and continues up the wooden steps, winding to the top of the hill. From here, the track bends to the right and continues along through the park for a short while until coming to the intersection of Cliff Drive.

(0.89 km) Katoomba Falls Park to Cliff View Lookout
Path: Easy - Wheelchair accessible - footpath
Length = 278 m Time = 7 mins
Climb = 10 m Descent = -28 m
Turn right: From the intersection (by the signposted mobility parking bay[fac=8111] on Cliff Drive, about 120m from Katoomba Falls Road), this walk follows the 'Cliff View Lookout 10 mins' sign gently uphill[2] along the stenciled concrete path (with handrails on the right) for about 60m. This walk then meanders along the path gently downhill[3] for about 45m to come to a start of the second handrail(on the left)[4] where this walk becomes a bit steeper downhill. After about 60m this walk flattens[5] and continues gently uphill for about 80m to come to a 3-way intersection[6] with the 'Skyway East Station' staircase[7] (on the left).
Continue straight: From the intersection[8], this walk follows the stenciled concrete path keeping the handrails on the right, almost immediately passing under the cables of the 'Skyway' cable car[9]. This walk continues for about 40m and goes up and over a gentle rise to come to a concrete platform[10] marked by the 'Cliff View Lookout' sign on the fence[11].

Cliff View Lookout Alt = 916 m
This large, fenced wheelchair accessible lookout provides great mountain views[12] of Mt Solitary[13], Kedumba Valley, Narrow Neck[14] and across to Scenic World[15]. There's a bench seat[fac=8110] at the back of the lookout to enjoy the views from. The lookout fence is 1.2m high, the platform is 7.8x5.5m wide.

(1.17 km) Cliff View Lookout to Wollumai Lookout
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 235 m Time = 8 mins
Climb = 25 m Descent = -29 m
Turn left: Keeping the lookout and the valley to the right, the walk follows the bush track heading up and away from the cliffs, winding through the thick scrub until it passes a picnic bench, and continues along for a short while to Wollumai Lookout.

Wollumai Lookout Alt = 911 m
Wollumai Lookout is a small, fenced lookout on the side of the Prince Henry Cliff Track. The lookout is on a sandstone platform at the base of a cliff, and looks over a much larger drop into the Jamison Valley. There is a bench seat to enjoy the views over the valley, including Mount Solitary, Narrow Neck and glimpses of the Three Sisters.

(1.41 km) Wollumai Lookout to Allambie Lookout
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 99 m Time = 3 mins
Climb = 10 m Descent = -13 m
Continue straight: With the lookout and the valley to the right, the walk follows the bush track as it winds along the side of the hill through thick scrub for a short distance, before heading down some concrete steps and continuing through a patch of tall gum trees, until it comes to the Allambie Lookout.

Allambie Lookout Alt = 910 m
Allambie Lookout is a small, fenced lookout on the side of the Prince Henry Cliff Track. The lookout provides an opportunity to enjoy the valley view and the sights of the Three Sisters, Kings Tablelands and Mount Solitary.

(1.51 km) Allambie Lookout to Lady Darley Lookout
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 144 m Time = 4 mins
Climb = 19 m Descent = -11 m
Continue straight: From Allambie Lookout, this walk follows the bush track heading east, keeping the lookout and the valley to the right. The walk winds down a few wooden steps and continues along the bottom of a short rock cliff. The track then comes to base of a long set of wooden steps which it climbs to the top, coming to a short metal staircase which leads up to the Lady Darley Lookout.

Lady Darley Lookout Alt = 920 m
Lady Darley Lookout is a moderately-sized, fenced lookout, found on the Prince Henry Cliff Track. The lookout can also be accessed directly by a track from Panorama Drive. There is an information sign describing the view and the traditional naming of the natural features. The panoramic views from the lookout are great, from Kings Tableland on the left to Mount Solitary, Narrow Neck and parts of Scenic World on the far right.

(1.65 km) Lady Darley Lookout to Kedumba View
Track: Moderate - bushtrack
Length = 203 m Time = 8 mins
Climb = 36 m Descent = -27 m
Veer right: From the lookout, this walk follows the 'Grand Cliff Top Track' sign[16] towards Echo Point, heading down the wooden steps and along the side of the hill. After a short while, the track joins onto a concrete footpath, coming to the Kedumba View at the information sign a short distance later.

(1.85 km) Kedumba View to Queen Elizabeth Lookout
Optional sidetrip: Path: Easy - Wheelchair accessible - footpath
Length = 282 m Time = 9 mins
Climb = 29 m Descent = -34 m
Turn left: Keeping the Kedumba View to the right, the walk follows the footpath along the side of the hill, winding through the bush until coming to the intersection of the Echo Point and the Queen Elizabeth Lookout paths.
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the lower of the two footpaths, heading south down to the large lookout underneath Echo Point.
(Retrace your steps back to the main track, then turn sharp left to continue along this walk.)

Queen Elizabeth Lookout Alt = 913 m
Queen Elizabeth Lookout offers a breathtaking outlook, directly over the Three Sisters rock formation, and into the Jamison Valley. One of a number of viewing platforms at Echo Point, this platform is slightly lower than the more popular road-side area, however it is wheelchair-accessible, also offering some shade and seating. The platform was officially named in 1955, after a visit from Queen Elizabeth II the preceding year[17].

(1.85 km) Int of Echo Point and Queen Elizabeth Lookout tracks to Echo Point
Path: Easy - Wheelchair accessible - footpath
Length = 67 m Time = 3 mins
Climb = 1 m Descent = -19 m
Veer left: From the intersection, this walk heads up the concrete ramp, climbing up the gentle hill to Echo Point.

Echo Point Alt = 929 m
Echo Point is the Blue Mountains' most famous and popular lookout, home to one of the best photo opportunities for the Three Sisters[18]. Visited by over two million tourists each year, this popular spot also serves as the starting point for many great walks in the area. The lookout is well fenced[19], has information signs[20][21] and stunning views across the valley to the Three Sisters[22] and Mount Solitary[23]. There are mounted binoculars and seats nearby.

Catch the bus from Echo Point
Public transport (bus) available from this Bushwalk You can phone 131500 (the transport info line) for up to date running times.
Use these links to plan your Bus (and train) trip from the end of this walk.
(Links currently not working sorry)
Plan your trip to --> Castle Hill|Chatswood|Dural|Epping|Gosford|Hornsby|Katoomba|Manly|Parramatta|Penrith|Strathfield|Sutherland|Sydney|
Drive from Echo Point
You can drive or ride from this end of this Bushwalk There is free parking available.
You can drive or ride from the end of this walk
Use these links to plan your trip from the end of this walk.
Plan your trip to --> Castle Hill|Chatswood|Dural|Epping|Gosford|Hornsby|Katoomba|Manly|Parramatta|Penrith|Strathfield|Sutherland|Sydney|

Getting there

Plan your trip to the start of the walk and back from the end of the walk

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Public Transport Timetables

To the start of the walk

From
Castle Hill
Chatswood
Dural
Epping
Gosford
Hornsby
Katoomba
Manly
Parramatta
Penrith
Strathfield
Sutherland
Sydney
From the end of the walk

To
Castle Hill
Chatswood
Dural
Epping
Gosford
Hornsby
Katoomba
Manly
Parramatta
Penrith
Strathfield
Sutherland
Sydney

Driving Directions
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Near by


Campsites in the park
Acacia Flat
Burralow Creek camping ground
Coxs River Camping Area
Euroka campground - Appletree Flat campervan and camper trailer area
Euroka campground
Ingar campground
Mount Werong campground
Murphys Glen campground
Perrys Lookdown campground
Euroka Campground - Darug
Euroka Campground - Red Gum
Euroka Campground - Nioka
Euroka Campground - Bennetts Ridge


Nearest know Outdoor Stores near the start of this walk
Store Address Phone Distance (straight line)
Paddy Pallin 166 Katoomba St , Katoomba (02) 4782 4466 1.7 km
Summit Gear 80- Bathurst Rd , Katoomba (02) 4782 3018 2 km
Summit Gear 11 Ross St , Glenbrook (02) 4739 4373 30 km
Simdra Pet & Hobby Mart 45 Main St , Lithgow (02) 6352 4422 30.5 km
Lithgow 4WD Centre 281 Main St , Lithgow (02) 6353 1899 30.8 km


A list of the nearest UHF CB repeaters I found to Scenic World to Echo Point.
Channel Call sign
(more info)
Site Distance and dir from Scenic World to Echo Point
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5 BIN05 Fire Tower MT BINDO
Emergency use only
28 km (to the WNW)
7 VMC7 Fire Tower MT BINDO 28 km (to the WNW)
6 LGW06 Lithgow Council Site HASSANS WALLS 29 km (to the NNW)
4 RIV04 Fire Service Rusden Road MT RIVERVIEW 30 km (to the E)
2 KUR02 Miles Comms Site 1 1 246 Burralow Road KURRAJONG HEIGHTS 35 km (to the NE)

Weather and Park info

Fire Danger
This walk passes Greater Sydney Region fire area which currently has a LOW MODERATE rating and No fire ban in place.
(Tomorrow the Fire Danger Rating is LOW MODERATE, No fire ban.) (Downloaded 3 years ago)
Please Note: Each park may have its own fire ban, this rating is only valid for today and is based on information from the RFS Please check the RFS Website for more information.

Weather and Climate
Weather and Climate summary detailed weather and climate information here
°C (feels like °)
km/h from the
% humidity     (as at )
Wed      27°Showers. Likely storm developing.
Thu16°|26°Shower or two.
Fri15°|28°Mostly sunny.
Sat12°|22°Possible late shower.
A graph displaying the average daily temperature range for the year

Blue Mountains National Park Link to official closures and fire bans page
Attracting over 3 million visitors annually, Blue Mountains National Park holds some of Australia's most spectacular and diverse wilderness areas. Explore the Grose Valley, with its sheer sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and scenic walking, or enjoy the famous views of the Three Sisters. Easy access makes a day trips very worthwhile, but with such diversity it would be great to stay in one of the many B&B's and spend a few days soaking up the region.
Region: Sydney & Surrounds
Park fees Camping Facilities
Current Park Closure information for Blue Mountains National Park
Closure information last downloaded Sunday 27th of September 2015 07:00 AM
Closed areas: Grand Canyon walking track
The Grand Canyon walking track will be closed from Wednesday 14 October 2015 to mid-June 2016. The closure is necessary to allow work to continue on improving the walking track. Access for canyoners will be on weekends only. Access from Evans Lookout via Beauchamp Falls to the Grose Valley will remain open. Evans Lookout carpark, Loop carpark, and Neates Glen carpark will remain open. Penalties apply for non-compliance. For more information, please contact NPWS Blue Mountains Heritage Centre on (02) 47878877 or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

Closed areas: Waratah Native Gardens
Waratah Native Gardens picnic area is closed for maintenance. This includes the Gorge Walking track. No access to the area is permitted.Penalties apply for non-compliance. For more information, please contact NPWS Hawkesbury area office on (02) 4588 2400 or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

Closed areas: Prince Henry cliff walk, Leura
Blue Mountains City Council wishes to advise that Prince Henry cliff walk between Majestic lookout and the junction with the Leura Cascades walk is currently closed due to a landslip. Detours will be in place and clearly signposted around the affected area. Access from the Leura picnic area to the cascades is unaffected. For more information, please contact Blue Mountains City Tourism on 1300 653 408 or Blue Mountains Heritage Centre on (02) 4787 8877, or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

Closed areas: Butterbox Swamp track
The traditional access to Butterbox Canyon via the endangered swamp is now closed and rehabilitated. No access permitted. Canyoners should use the new track provided. Temporary signage is in place.
Penalties apply for non-compliance. For more information, please contact Blue Mountains Heritage Centre on (02) 4787 8877 or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

Closed areas: Claustral canyon access change
Access to Claustral canyon via the previous route across private land at Mount Tomah is no longer possible due to landholders denying access. Canyoners should respect the rights of Mount Tomah residents and avoid using private land. Alternative access from the west side of Mount Bell has been identified. For more information, please contact the Blue Moauntains Heritage Centre on (02) 4787 8877, open seven days 9am to 4.30pm, or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines.

Closed areas: Cahills lookout - Katoomba
As a result of a recent bushfire, Cahills lookout remains closed until further notice. For more information, please contact Blue Mountains City Council on (02) 4780 5000.

Closed areas: Waratah Native Gardens
Waratah Native Gardens Some areas of this park are closed due to a major landslip event occurring across The Gorge Walking Track. Closed areas include The Gorge Walking Track in the Blue Mountains National Park. A full assessment is underway to determine the extent of damage and to ensure the area is made safe. The Gorge Walking Track is closed at the entry trackhead however the Waratah Native Gardens Day Use and Picnic Area located off Valley Ridges Road Berambing (west of Bilpin) has now been reopened. This closure may be extended and any extension will be posted as soon as possible. For more information, please contact NPWS Heritage Centre on (02) 4787 8877, open seven days 9am to 4.30pm, or visit the NSW National Parks safety page for park safety guidelines


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