Discover The Best Blue Mountains Places To Visit

SUBLIMELY BEAUTIFUL WITH DAZZLING NATURAL ATTRACTIONS

Sublimely beautiful, the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains Region is one of the most spectacular parts of the country and has been described as Australia’s most accessible wilderness, yet it rivals any part of regional Australia for attractions, art galleries, cosmopolitan cafes, craft shops, fine dining and grand hotels.

Just 90 minutes from Sydney by car, two hours by train, the Blue Mountains has some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions. With dramatic views over the deep valley troughs gouged out over millions of years, the lookouts at Wentworth FallsGovetts Leap and Echo Point are among the most popular while the views from Sublime PointNarrow Neck and Cahills Lookout are no less spectacular including the thousands of hectares of pristine wilderness with an abundance of native fauna and flora among rainforest canopies and stands of flowering eucalypts.

Made up of a chain of villages, each with its own charm and unique appeal, the Blue Mountains is also a living museum of Aboriginal and Colonial Heritage. In the villages you will find cool climate and magnificently landscaped gardens.

Leura's pretty tree lined main street is great for wandering and people watching. Stroll through the village and browse fashion boutiques and bric-a-brac stores. There are a number of galleries and bookstores as well as lovely parks, gardens and golf courses to enjoy.

Throughout the year there are many community festivals celebrating the seasons, the arts and the great outdoors.

From the foothills that rise above the Nepean Valley in the east to the sometimes snow covered western plains; there is something for just about everyone in the Blue Mountains, whether you come for a day or longer.

The Blue Mountains is Australia’s ultimate World Heritage wilderness destination. There is no shortage of activities and sightseeing attractions. You can explore some of the most ancient and beautiful landscapes in the world and enjoy a wealth of regional activities.

Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort is perfectly located in the heart of the Blue Mountains where there is something for just about everyone, whether you come for a day or longer.

Location

  • Sydney CBD – 99km, approx. 90 minutes
  • Sydney Airport – 110km, approx. 1 hour & 40 minutes
  • Everglades Historic House & Gardens - 550m, approx. 1 minute
  • Leura Village Mall – 2km, approx. 5 minutes
  • Leura Cascades – 3.8km, approx. 10 minutes
  • Three Sisters - 6km, approx. 12 minutes
  • Scenic World - 7km, approx. 15 minutes
  • Norman Lindsay Gallery - 27km, approx. 36 minutes
  • Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, Mount Tomah – 52km, approx. 50 minutes
  • Jenolan Caves - 68km, approx. 60 minutes
  • Featherdale Wildlife Park – 77km, approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes

Fast Facts

  • Variety of hotel rooms consisting of Deluxe Resort Rooms and Family Suites
  • Onsite Restaurant & Bar and Breakfast Room
  • Garden Wedding facilities up to 160 guests
  • Onsite facilities: outdoor solar heated pool, games room with pool table
  • Guest lounge with replace 4.5 acres of garden settings Wi-Fi internet service
  • DVD library
  • Complimentary self-car parking
  • Tour desk facilities

 

Within the resort complex:

  • Outdoor solar heated swimming pool
  • Guest lounge with fireplace
  • Games rooms with pool table and table tennis table
  • BBQ area
  • Four and half acres of beautifully landscaped heritage gardens 

Heritage Gardens

We have two gardens located within the Resort grounds; the Lady Fairfax Garden and the Margaret Stevens Garden. 

Lady Fairfax Garden:

Lady Mabel Fairfax and her gardener Hector Hood worked on this garden from 1927 until the Leura bushfires of 1957. The original house was burnt but much of the garden survived. Lady Mabel asked Hood to make her a garden in the English style including flower borders and it would seem that the English collector was in their minds as the garden contains plants from all over the world.  

The garden contains an English oak, Scarlet oak, linden tree, many Japanese maples, rhododendrons and azaleas. The wood under the English beech and silver birch is carpeted with bluebells in spring and there is also a stream and rock pool built by Hood. 

Margaret Stevens Garden:

The Margaret Stevens Garden is on the first block bought by the resort consortium. Margaret was the wife of one of the consortium members. Much of her garden no longer exists but the Shogetsu cherry, purple leafed maple, weeping elm and large conifers date from her time. She was influenced by the gardens of Japan and introduced Japanese elements including the stone lantern at the Rock pool in the Fairfax Garden. 

Nearby attractions include:

Plan your itinerary with these suggestions: 

Everglades Historic House & Garden - The National Trust brings Australia's heritage alive at Everglades Gardens. Drawing from the great traditions of European landscape design as well as the unique Blue Mountains bushland, Everglades will charm with its grace and beauty. Constructed in the 1930s by Danish-born landscape gardener Paul Sorensen in conjunction with owner Henri van de Velde, Everglades Gardens is Australia's most spectacular inter-war period garden and has received acclaim from garden lovers worldwide. A stroll along formal European-style terraces and winding paths reveals the many moods of Everglades from the tranquil Reflection Pool amongst towering trees from all over the world, through rose-lined walks down to the subtle charms of the lookout and contemplative Grotto Pool. Location - 550m from the hotel 

Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms – Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms is nestled in the picturesque mountain village of Leura and houses the world's largest private collection of tea wares. There are more than 5,500 teapots in the collection, spanning five centuries and including teapots from all over the world, most of which were collected within Australia. Enjoy the selection of teas and partake of lunch or light refreshments, served with 'olde-worlde' charm on fine bone china. Devonshire Tea is the house specialty or indulge in a Traditional High Tea. Bookings of 20 or more guests will include, by invitation, a Teapot Talk.
Whether you like English or Irish breakfast, Oolong or Russian Caravan; white, green, orange or red; weak, strong or smoky, the long-awaited Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms revamp has been steeped to perfection and is ready to savour. Location – 1.7km from the hotel 

Historic Leura Village - Style capital of the Blue Mountains, Leura is the very picture of country charm with the Leura Mall being one of the prettiest town centres in the Blue Mountains, classified in its entirety by the National Trust. You'll be surprised and delighted by galleries and antique shops. Stop for a leisurely lunch or afternoon tea, pick up some picnic supplies or just browse the merchandise. Leura’s gardens are a highlight and the town is famous for its spring Garden Festival, held in early October. Location – 2km from the hotel 

Sublime Point Lookout - It will feel like you’re on the edge of the world as the views go on forever at Sublime Point lookout – Leura, in Blue Mountains National Park. Offering sensational scenic views of the Jamison Valley, it’s a popular spot for picnicking and birdwatching with families. The more adventurous know it as a haven for rock climbing. Following an easy track, look for gang-gangs and cockatoos feeding in the casuarinas during summer. You’ll cross a bridge over a dramatic ravine before arriving at the lookout platform. Gaze across the scenic valley views and soak up the unending wilderness. You’ll get a different viewpoint on Katoomba and the extended family of The Three Sisters. On a misty morning, Mount Solitary rising out of the clouds is a magnificent sight.
The sheer cliffs attract experienced rock climbers, who are often seen tackling climbs such as ‘Hells Bells’ and ‘Sweet Dreams’. Location - 2.2km from the hotel 

Leuralla NSW Toy & Railway Museum -

Discover a unique collection of fabulous children's toys and trains at the Toy and Railway Museum. Explore a grand home and glorious gardens. Thousands of delighted families and collectors can't be wrong: it's a definite must for the kid in you all. Families and serious collectors alike can explore pre- and post-war toys including dolls, teddy bears, lead figures, comics and books, tin plate trains, aeroplanes, automobiles and working model-railway layouts. It features NSW Railway track side and station memorabilia including lights, trolleys, seats, signals and signs. Set in five hectares of beautiful cool-climate gardens, the property was laid out at the turn of the century. This includes the spectacular amphitheatre - a popular location for photo shoots and wedding ceremonies. Its weathered sandstone and Bathurst slate mirror the changing character of the great sandstone cliffs and blue vistas of the Jamison Valley, over which it gives extensive views. Location – 2.7km from the hotel

Leura Cascades - Leura Cascades is a popular picnic area set amidst tall eucalypts. Nearby you can take a walk beside the rapids on Leura Falls Creek down to Bridal Veil Falls and Leura Falls.  Be prepared and plan your walks as several walks can be accessed from here and can either take you along the cliff tops to Echo Point or down through the Leura Forest and via the Federal or Dardanelles Passes to Katoomba. Leura Cascades is the start, or end, of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk. Location – 3.6km from the hotel 

The Three Sisters at Echo Point - Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Three Sisters is an iconic formation that you must see at least once in your lifetime. There are different versions of the Aboriginal story of the Three Sisters, but what you’re bound to agree with is how truly spectacular it is. Standing proudly in the land of the Gundungurra and Darug People, the traditional custodians of this declared Aboriginal Place, the imposing Three Sisters is best seen from Echo Point lookout, on the edge of the plateau above. These three weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. From the lookout, you’ll be able to see the Ruined Castle and Mount Solitary. Location – 5.8 km from the hotel  

Waradah Aboriginal Centre - Imagine witnessing Australian Aboriginal culture in a contemporary gallery. Experience traditional dance, take part in interactive didgeridoo performances, examine authentic artworks, and take home genuine Aboriginal souvenirs. Learn about Australia's living Aboriginal culture from the local tribes through informal cultural discussions and lectures. Waradah Aboriginal Centre offers a once in a lifetime experience. Performances happen throughout the day, ranging from 5 to 15 minutes in length. Audience members are able to witness Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo performances, with explanations of the stories that accompany each dance. The Corroboree showcases four to five authentic dances; performed by Aboriginal dancers in traditional paint and costume. Location - 5.5km from the hotel 

Scenic World Blue Mountains - Scenic World is renowned for providing the ultimate Blue Mountains adventure - from native birdlife and fresh air, to breathtaking views of the World Heritage-listed region including the Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley. Journey on the world's steepest incline railway, glide between clifftops on the glass-floored Skyway suspended 270 metres in the air, descend into the ancient Jamison Valley by Cableway, explore Jurassic rainforest along the 2.4 kilometres walkway - the longest boardwalk in the Southern Hemisphere. Make a day of it! Scenic World offers free all day parking and a choice of onsite dining options. Location – 6.5km from the hotel  

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre - The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a must see while you are in the Blue Mountains.  The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is one of Australia’s leading regional art galleries and features an exhibition program which showcases local and national artists as well as national touring exhibitions and in-house curated exhibitions. Each exhibition is paired with public programs aimed at educating and connecting the audience with artists.  The Cultural Centre also boasts a Shop that stocks an extensive range of local and Australian made products. Browse the unique and creative gifts, homewares, stationery, books and children’s toys, which are carefully selected to compliment gallery exhibitions and the Blue Mountains region. Location - 4.1km from the hotel 

Hydro Majestic  - Featuring majestic and panoramic views overlooking the Megalong Valley, the Hydro Majestic is one of Australia's most iconic historical hotels. With its understated elegance and warm ambience featuring plush furnishings, fireplace and charming artworks The Wintergarden offers a premium afternoon high tea which is the perfect place to enjoy this grand tradition whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the Megalong Valley. Afternoon high teas are served to your table on a three-tiered silver stand and consist of petit pastries and a selection of finger sandwiches. Freshly baked scones are served with homemade jam and fresh clotted cream. Freshly brewed speciality teas and coffees are brought to your table throughout the afternoon. Location - 10.4km from the hotel

Govetts Leap Lookout - Govetts Leap Lookout is a popular spot to stop and view the spectacular panorama before descending into the Grose Valley for one of the regions more physical walks where you can view the towering cliffs leading back up to Perry Lookdown and Evans Lookout. At the top of the escarpment is a picnic ground, toilets and access to cliff top walks plus the Fairfax Heritage Track which is suitable for wheelchairs and prams. Location - 17.7km from the hotel 

Bush Walking - The Blue Mountains saves its best for the bushwalker. The finest views, the loveliest waterfalls, the cries of whip birds and kookaburras – these delights belong to the two-footed wanderer and the Blue Mountains has plenty on the menu, whether it’s a one-hour stroll or a multi-day hike. 

Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum - The Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum is the former home of the illustrious artist and author, Norman Lindsay (1879-1969). It is now open as a gallery and run by the National Trust (NSW), it displays Norman Lindsay’s oil paintings, watercolours, etchings, ship models, sculptures plus characters from his classic children's book, The Magic Pudding. A gift shop, landscaped grounds and café are also onsite. Location - 27.4km from the hotel 

Blue Mountains Botanical Gardens Mount Tomah - The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah is the spectacular cool climate garden of the Royal Botanic Garden and Domain Trust. At 1,000 metres above sea level, the garden at Mount Tomah overlooks the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and boasts stunning panoramic views and features thousands of plants from the southern hemisphere and around the world. A walk around this 28 hectare estate is a botanic journey with many formal gardens and 'The Jungle' to explore. Find out about this stunning world heritage listed region at the Garden's Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition Centre. Visitors can wander through this interpretive centre and learn why the Greater Blue Mountains region was made a World Heritage Area. Location - 53km from the hotel

Jenolan Caves - Jenolan Caves is one of the highlights of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, a spectacular labyrinth of stalactite-lined limestone chasms carved by underground rivers. Open every day of the year, Jenolan Caves is regarded as one of Australia's most spectacular cave systems. Nine of the 300 caves are open for public viewing, at a constant 15 degrees, even when it’s snowing outside.. The Lucas Cave is one of the most famous. It features the spectacular the limestone formation of the Broken Column as well as the Cathedral, a 54 metre high chamber often used for concerts and performances. Named after a story from the bible, the Temple of Baal Cave is also renowned for its spectacular features. Entry is via the Binoomea Cut, a man-made tunnel, followed by a walk down the Dragon’s Throat via a dramatic winding staircase. There are two massive chambers, one 42 metres high, filled with amazing formations including the nine metre Angel's Wing, one of the world’s largest of its kind Location – 78km from the hotel

The World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains are home to many events and festivals throughout the year. For more information on these events occurring throughout the year please visit Blue Mountains Event Calendar. 

FINDING US: 

If you require any additional assistance, please call us on 02 4784 4000 

BY CAR

From the Great Western Hwy:

If coming from the east, proceed west on the Great Western Hwy, turn left onto Scott Ave, then turn left onto Gladstone Ave. Turn left onto Fitzroy St, and the hotel entrance is approximately 200m ahead on the left.

If coming from the west, proceed east on the Great Western Hwy, then merge left to take the Leura Mall exit towards Penrith/Sydney. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Leura Mall. At the second roundabout take the 1st exit onto Railway Parade. Turn right onto Blackheath St, then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Megalong St. Proceed to the end and turn right onto Gladstone Rd. Turn left onto Fitzroy St and the hotel entrance will be approximately 200m ahead on the left. 

BY TRAIN

The nearest train is Leura Station, which is approximately 2.1km’s away.

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Scenic World Blue Mountains

Scenic World Blue Mountains

Scenic World is renowned for providing the ultimate Blue Mountains adventure - from native birdlife and fresh air, to breathtaking views of the World Heritage-listed region including the Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls and Jamison Valley. Journey on the world's steepest incline railway, glide between clifftops on the glass-floored Skyway suspended 270 metres in the air, descend into the ancient Jamison Valley by Cableway, explore Jurassic rainforest along the 2.4 kilometres walkway - the longest boardwalk in the Southern Hemisphere. Make a day of it! Scenic World offers free all day parking and a choice of onsite dining options. Location – 6.5km from the hotel  

Everglades Historic House & Garden

Everglades Historic House & Garden

The National Trust brings Australia's heritage alive at Everglades Gardens. Drawing from the great traditions of European landscape design as well as the unique Blue Mountains bushland, Everglades will charm with its grace and beauty. Constructed in the 1930s by Danish-born landscape gardener Paul Sorensen in conjunction with owner Henri van de Velde, Everglades Gardens is Australia's most spectacular inter-war period garden and has received acclaim from garden lovers worldwide. A stroll along formal European-style terraces and winding paths reveals the many moods of Everglades from the tranquil Reflection Pool amongst towering trees from all over the world, through rose-lined walks down to the subtle charms of the lookout and contemplative Grotto Pool. Location - 550m from the hotel 

Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves is one of the highlights of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, a spectacular labyrinth of stalactite-lined limestone chasms carved by underground rivers. Open every day of the year, Jenolan Caves is regarded as one of Australia's most spectacular cave systems. Nine of the 300 caves are open for public viewing, at a constant 15 degrees, even when it’s snowing outside.. The Lucas Cave is one of the most famous. It features the spectacular the limestone formation of the Broken Column as well as the Cathedral, a 54 metre high chamber often used for concerts and performances. Named after a story from the bible, the Temple of Baal Cave is also renowned for its spectacular features. Entry is via the Binoomea Cut, a man-made tunnel, followed by a walk down the Dragon’s Throat via a dramatic winding staircase. There are two massive chambers, one 42 metres high, filled with amazing formations including the nine metre Angel's Wing, one of the world’s largest of its kind Location – 78km from the hotel

The Edge (giant screen) Cinema

The Edge (giant screen) Cinema

Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park

Leura Golf Club

Leura Golf Club

Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms

Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms

Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms is nestled in the picturesque mountain village of Leura and houses the world's largest private collection of tea wares. There are more than 5,500 teapots in the collection, spanning five centuries and including teapots from all over the world, most of which were collected within Australia. Enjoy the selection of teas and partake of lunch or light refreshments, served with 'olde-worlde' charm on fine bone china. Devonshire Tea is the house specialty or indulge in a Traditional High Tea. Bookings of 20 or more guests will include, by invitation, a Teapot Talk.
Whether you like English or Irish breakfast, Oolong or Russian Caravan; white, green, orange or red; weak, strong or smoky, the long-awaited Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms revamp has been steeped to perfection and is ready to savour. Location – 1.7km from the hotel 

Historic Leura Village

Historic Leura Village

Style capital of the Blue Mountains, Leura is the very picture of country charm with the Leura Mall being one of the prettiest town centres in the Blue Mountains, classified in its entirety by the National Trust. You'll be surprised and delighted by galleries and antique shops. Stop for a leisurely lunch or afternoon tea, pick up some picnic supplies or just browse the merchandise. Leura’s gardens are a highlight and the town is famous for its spring Garden Festival, held in early October. Location – 2km from the hotel 

Sublime Point Lookout

Sublime Point Lookout

It will feel like you’re on the edge of the world as the views go on forever at Sublime Point lookout – Leura, in Blue Mountains National Park. Offering sensational scenic views of the Jamison Valley, it’s a popular spot for picnicking and birdwatching with families. The more adventurous know it as a haven for rock climbing. Following an easy track, look for gang-gangs and cockatoos feeding in the casuarinas during summer. You’ll cross a bridge over a dramatic ravine before arriving at the lookout platform. Gaze across the scenic valley views and soak up the unending wilderness. You’ll get a different viewpoint on Katoomba and the extended family of The Three Sisters. On a misty morning, Mount Solitary rising out of the clouds is a magnificent sight.
The sheer cliffs attract experienced rock climbers, who are often seen tackling climbs such as ‘Hells Bells’ and ‘Sweet Dreams’. Location - 2.2km from the hotel 

Leuralla NSW Toy & Railway Museum

Leuralla NSW Toy & Railway Museum

Discover a unique collection of fabulous children's toys and trains at the Toy and Railway Museum. Explore a grand home and glorious gardens. Thousands of delighted families and collectors can't be wrong: it's a definite must for the kid in you all. Families and serious collectors alike can explore pre- and post-war toys including dolls, teddy bears, lead figures, comics and books, tin plate trains, aeroplanes, automobiles and working model-railway layouts. It features NSW Railway track side and station memorabilia including lights, trolleys, seats, signals and signs. Set in five hectares of beautiful cool-climate gardens, the property was laid out at the turn of the century. This includes the spectacular amphitheatre - a popular location for photo shoots and wedding ceremonies. Its weathered sandstone and Bathurst slate mirror the changing character of the great sandstone cliffs and blue vistas of the Jamison Valley, over which it gives extensive views. Location – 2.7km from the hotel

Leura Cascades

Leura Cascades

Leura Cascades is a popular picnic area set amidst tall eucalypts. Nearby you can take a walk beside the rapids on Leura Falls Creek down to Bridal Veil Falls and Leura Falls.  Be prepared and plan your walks as several walks can be accessed from here and can either take you along the cliff tops to Echo Point or down through the Leura Forest and via the Federal or Dardanelles Passes to Katoomba. Leura Cascades is the start, or end, of the Prince Henry Cliff Walk. Location – 3.6km from the hotel 

The Three Sisters at Echo Point

The Three Sisters at Echo Point

Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Three Sisters is an iconic formation that you must see at least once in your lifetime. There are different versions of the Aboriginal story of the Three Sisters, but what you’re bound to agree with is how truly spectacular it is. Standing proudly in the land of the Gundungurra and Darug People, the traditional custodians of this declared Aboriginal Place, the imposing Three Sisters is best seen from Echo Point lookout, on the edge of the plateau above. These three weathered sandstone peaks, formed thousands of years ago through erosion, are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. From the lookout, you’ll be able to see the Ruined Castle and Mount Solitary. Location – 5.8 km from the hotel  

Waradah Aboriginal Centre

Waradah Aboriginal Centre

Imagine witnessing Australian Aboriginal culture in a contemporary gallery. Experience traditional dance, take part in interactive didgeridoo performances, examine authentic artworks, and take home genuine Aboriginal souvenirs. Learn about Australia's living Aboriginal culture from the local tribes through informal cultural discussions and lectures. Waradah Aboriginal Centre offers a once in a lifetime experience. Performances happen throughout the day, ranging from 5 to 15 minutes in length. Audience members are able to witness Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo performances, with explanations of the stories that accompany each dance. The Corroboree showcases four to five authentic dances; performed by Aboriginal dancers in traditional paint and costume. Location - 5.5km from the hotel 

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a must see while you are in the Blue Mountains.  The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is one of Australia’s leading regional art galleries and features an exhibition program which showcases local and national artists as well as national touring exhibitions and in-house curated exhibitions. Each exhibition is paired with public programs aimed at educating and connecting the audience with artists.  The Cultural Centre also boasts a Shop that stocks an extensive range of local and Australian made products. Browse the unique and creative gifts, homewares, stationery, books and children’s toys, which are carefully selected to compliment gallery exhibitions and the Blue Mountains region. Location - 4.1km from the hotel 

Govetts Leap Lookout

Govetts Leap Lookout

Govetts Leap Lookout is a popular spot to stop and view the spectacular panorama before descending into the Grose Valley for one of the regions more physical walks where you can view the towering cliffs leading back up to Perry Lookdown and Evans Lookout. At the top of the escarpment is a picnic ground, toilets and access to cliff top walks plus the Fairfax Heritage Track which is suitable for wheelchairs and prams. Location - 17.7km from the hotel 

Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum

Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum

The Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum is the former home of the illustrious artist and author, Norman Lindsay (1879-1969). It is now open as a gallery and run by the National Trust (NSW), it displays Norman Lindsay’s oil paintings, watercolours, etchings, ship models, sculptures plus characters from his classic children's book, The Magic Pudding. A gift shop, landscaped grounds and café are also onsite. Location - 27.4km from the hotel 

Blue Mountains Botanical Gardens Mount Tomah

Blue Mountains Botanical Gardens Mount Tomah

The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah is the spectacular cool climate garden of the Royal Botanic Garden and Domain Trust. At 1,000 metres above sea level, the garden at Mount Tomah overlooks the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and boasts stunning panoramic views and features thousands of plants from the southern hemisphere and around the world. A walk around this 28 hectare estate is a botanic journey with many formal gardens and 'The Jungle' to explore. Find out about this stunning world heritage listed region at the Garden's Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition Centre. Visitors can wander through this interpretive centre and learn why the Greater Blue Mountains region was made a World Heritage Area. Location - 53km from the hotel

Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort