Blue Mountains Attractions

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The Blue Mountains is home to some of Australia’s most dazzling natural attractions and charming country villages. They are world-famous for their world-class attractions that are a must-visit.

Blue Mountains Attractions

Please check operating hours before visiting, as these are subject to change due to COVID-19.

Updated: 1st December 2021
This is not a comprehensive list as more are being added regularly.

NB: If your attraction isn’t listed here email us the details to:

Blue Mountains Stargazing 

Blue Mountains Stargazing is on a mission to create WOW moments in nature. We inspire guests to look inward by looking up, taking them on a journey of discovering the sky through ancient and modern times.
More Information:

Norman Lindsay Gallery, Faulconbridge. Open Thursdays to Sundays.

Bygone Beauty’s Treasured Teapots & Tearoom, Leura. The world’s largest collection of teapots. Morning & Afternoon Tea. Tel: 4784 3117

Everglades House and Garden, Leura. Open Wednesdays to Mondays.

Scenic World Blue Mountains, Katoomba. Online bookings only.
Tel: 4780 0200

Beyond Skyway, Scenic World, Katoomba

Centennial Glen Stables, Kanimbla Valley Horse Riding Sulky Driving.
Tel: 4787 1193

Lake Lyell Recreation Park,
Tel: 6355 6347

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mt Tomah Free Entry. Access to public bbqs, toilets. 7 days 9:30-4pm.

Jenolan Caves, 1300 763 311.

Mayfield Garden Oberon, 40-acre prestige garden with café & nursery. Open 7 days a week.
Tel: 6336 3131