Point Pilcher Lookout, Medlow Bath

By | February 4, 2021
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CHECK OUT this creat picnic spot in Medlow Bath. It’s Point Pilcher, Medlow Bath and it offers a superb view down to Govetts Gorge and across dense bushland, known as the Grose Wilderness.

Point Plicher, Medlow Bath
 
This is a fenced lookout with picnic tables and it one of the very few accessible lookouts in the mountains.
 
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• Distance: NA
• Time: NA
• Best time of the day: Any time
• Kid-safe: Yes with supervision
• Dogs on-leash: No
• Steps: None
• Accessible: Yes
• Heights: Nothing,
• Must do rating out of 10: 9.5
 

 

ACCESS: It’s about 5.2km from the GWH. The last 3.5km is a dirt road. W3W: https://w3w.co/landowners.payoff.hooded
 
HISTORY: It was named after Charles Edward Pilcher 1844-1916, a barrister and politician. The original track to Point Pilcher was built by Mark Foy’s gardener.
 
The NPWS have just fixed up the road so access is great.
 
 
 
 
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Point Plicher, Medlow Bath Point Plicher, Medlow Bath
 
PHOTOS: The first 4 photos were taken today. All photos are original ©
 
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