Honeymoon Bridge Katoomba

By | September 7, 2021
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Another great family walk ~ Honeymoon Bridge at the base of the 1st Sister.
 
When was the last time you walked across Honeymoon Bridge?
Honeymoon Bridge Katoomba
 
KEY POINTS
• Distance: 1km
• Time: 40 mins return PLUS browsing time
• Best time of the day: Any time
• Kid-safe: Yes with supervision, but not little ones
• Dogs on-leash: No
• Steps: Lots
• Accessible: No
• Heights: Going down the ladders could be a bit hairy,
• Must do rating out of 10: 8.5
 
ACCESS: With Echo Point closed you can still access the 3 Sisters via Silver Mist Reserve or via this walking track: https://w3w.co/urging.finders.montage
 
 
HISTORY: “Spooners Cave is a small grotto located 35m along a sidetrack on the right-hand side of Lady Carrington Lookout, Katoomba.
 
Named after Eric Sydney Spooner (1891 1952), Minister for Local Government. Spooner opened the first section of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk on the 20th October 1934. 
 
“Honeymoon Bridge connects the Giant Stairway to a cave in the first of The Three Sisters, Katoomba. So named as the cave in The Three Sisters has been referred to as the Honeymoon Cave. The cave or overhang has also been called Honeymoon Lookout, Lovers Retreat, The Three Sisters Lookout, Spooners Cave and Echo Point Lookout.”
 
Text source: Blue Mountains Geographical Encyclopaedia.
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