Dargan Arch is the remains of a long collapsed cave. Dargan Arch is a natural sandstone arch about 14m long, 8m wide and about 9m high. It’s a great adventure walk that you’ll love. Ask Roz Blue Mountains provides full information and access details below.
ACCESS: Once you leave Sandham Road you’ll come to a power easement, park there. The track ahead is blocked not far ahead and becomes impassable soon after.
When you get to the end of the easily defined track it’s a bit of a dog breakfast from there. Keep walking straight ahead and you’ll see faint tracks down to where you’ll see the arch.
You can safely walk over the arch. To the left of the arch is a faint track that heads away. Follow that until you see another faint track that will take you down and allow you to walk under the arch.
Dargan Arch is one of the best places to visit in the Blue Mountains.
TIPS: This is not a destination for little ones. The rocks are slippery and a fall would be unforgiving.
- Distance: About 1.6km return
- Time: 1 hour return
- Best time of the day: Any time
- Kid-safe: Yes with very close supervision. Not for the very little.
- Steps: Many
- Accessible: No
- Heights: Yes with big drops and no safety rails
- Must do rating out of 10: 10
PHOTOS: The photos from under the arch are ©Kevin Searle.