Blue Mountains Australia 360° Virtual Reality Tours

By | September 15, 2020

We have created a wide-ranging collection of beautiful 360° Virtual Reality Tours of many locations in the Blue Mountains. Simply click on one of the images below and scroll around it with your mouse of your finger if you’re using a phone or tablet.

There will be icons on each tour that will provide you with more information, images or allow you to navigate to another location. Some of the Blue Mountains in 360° Virtual Reality Tours have multi tour locations within them.

Enjoy the tour all by clicking on the ARROWS. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on icons for an improved experience. 

If you have a 360° VR image on a location in the Blue Mountains and you’d like to share it, simply email it to: askrozbluemountains@gmail.com 

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CORRIDOR OF OAKS, FAULCONBRIDGE – 3 Location

A corridor of oak trees has been planted at this place by each Prime Minister of Australia since Federation or a close family member. Joseph Jackson (1874–1961) MLA represented the state Electoral district of Nepean for 33 years.

MORE info: Here

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 1ST GOLDEN LIGHT OVERLOOKING THE JAMISON VALLEY. KATOOMBA – 1 Location

This wonderful location re-appeared after the 2019/20 bushfires and it offers commanding views along Narrow Neck, Katoomba.

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MARTINS LOOKOUT, SPRINGWOOD – 1 Location

Martin’s Lookout located at the end of Farm Road, Springwood. The lookout is accessible by car in dry weather and is a short walk from the end of the dirt road. Martin’s Lookout is an unfenced view on the rim of the plateau, south of Valley Heights. 

Here>> https://www.askroz.com.au/event_detail/index/martins-lookout

 


McMAHONS LOOKOUT, WENTWORTH FALLS 18th August 2020 – 1 Location

The whole Kings Tablelands area, including McMahons Lookout, was ravaged by the 2019/20 bushfires. Thankfully it is already starting to recover.

 


THE VIEW OVER THE JAMISON VALLEY AND THE LANDSLIDE – 1 Location

Enjoy this 360° Virtual Reality tour of views over the Jamison Valley and the Landslide, Katoomba. 𝗧𝗜𝗣: Use your finger or mouse to move around. Click on the icons for an enhanced experience.

 


KATOOMBA CASCADES after heavy rain – 2 Locations

Enjoy this 360° Virtual Reality tour of views of Katoomba Cascades after heavy rain. 𝗧𝗜𝗣: Use your finger or mouse to move around. Click on the icons and the RED ARROWS to navigate to the next location.


VIEWS OVER THE JAMISON VALLEY – 4 Locations

Enjoy this 360° Virtual Reality tour of views over the Jamison Valley, Katoomba. This one comprises images from 4 AMAZING unofficial lookouts that overlook the Jamison Valley, Katoomba. most people would never have been to all 4, so enjoy. 𝗧𝗜𝗣: Use your finger or mouse to move around. Click on the icons and the RED ARROWS to navigate to the next location.

 


WENTWORTH FALLS LAKE – 13 Locations

Enjoy this comprehensive 360° Virtual Tour of Wentworth Falls Lake, Blue Mountains, Australia

The camera and software don’t like handrails for some reason 😂🤣

Enjoy the tour all by clicking on the RED ARROWS. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on the icons for an improved experience. You can also view it in a VR headset.


KATOOMBA FALLS and KATOOMBA CASCADES – 3 Locations

This view is initially from the Middle Level of Katoomba Falls. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on the icons for an improved experience. CLICK on the RED ARROWS to move to Katoomba Cascade.

The camera and software don’t like handrails for some reason 😂🤣

Enjoy the tour all by clicking on the RED ARROWS. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on the icons for an improved experience. 


KINGS TABLELAND ABORIGINAL PLACE – 4 Locations

For those who aren’t able to visit or haven’t visited yet enjoy our 360° Virtual Reality Tour of the Kings Tablelands Aboriginal Place. 

There are 4 360° VR Tours here, so enjoy them all by clicking on the arrows. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on the icons for an improved experience. CLICK on the WHITE ARROWS to move around from one view to another.

Enjoy the tour all by clicking on the RED ARROWS. Scroll around with your finger or mouse. Click on the icons for an improved experience. 


KINGS CAVE, Linden – 1 Location

Kings Cave is well worth a visit, the kids will love it. Park your car in the clearing beside the historic grave and walk down the road a short distance until you see the track to the cave on the left. Take the track and walk to 100m to the cave.

The Cave is a large sandstone rock shelter which faces north, overlooking a bushland gully and creek which drains into Linden Creek. The rock shelter is extremely large, nearly 50 metres in length and 10 metres in width. Be sure to look around the valley floor for early signs of habitation. Additional InformationKing’s Cave was a site associated with the development of local historic folklore during the early twentieth century. Stories about the cave as the reputed haunt of a Colonial bushranger were recorded by Frank Walker and subsequently published in several versions including his ‘Centenary History of the First Crossing’. This gave the local folklore a wide circulation in the early twentieth century.

Local historian Allan Searle suggests that the name Kings Cave would relates to the reigning monarch William IV, rather than a local bushranger.

 


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