Explore Blackheath: A Gorgeous Blue Mountains Village

Located in the historic Blue Mountains region, Blackheath offers an abundance of natural wonders for you to discover and embrace. With an air of adventure surrounding you, which way will the wind take you?

Another fantastic photo by Sourov Dev, in the Lucas Cave. Shows how big this cavern is!

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Jenolan Caves

Perhaps one of the most magical places you will ever see in your lifetime, the

If you are feeling brave, the “Adventure Caving” option is a must –crawl, climb and squeeze your way through old passageways and tunnels with only  a head lamp to light the way.

If you’re lucky, you might spot wallabies hanging around the caves who are more than happy to come up to you and say g’day.

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Katoomba Scenic World

If you want to experience nature without having to trek for hours, then Katoomba Scenic World is the place for you. A quick and easy hike will lead you to cable cars that will take you flying over the steepest mountains in the country, letting your eyes feast upon the world below – an amazing view from the top!

Katoomba Scenic World also has a tram and trains that snake up the path, allowing you to see every inch of the beautiful landscape.

The Three Sisters

Perhaps one of the most iconic landmarks in the Australia, The Three Sisters are a mammoth rock formation, each standing close to 1000m in height.

A glorious sight to behold, make sure you head to the lookout for sunset and take in the breathtaking views – don’t forget your camera!

After your long day of exploring the beautiful Blue Mountains, head back to the Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort and make the most of their indoor spa, a perfect way to unwind and soothe those aching feet.