Trolley Tour Highlights
One of the best known and most photographed landmarks in New South Wales, the rocky outcrop known as the Three Sisters is situated at Echo Point and is often used to represent the Blue Mountains. At 170m high Echo, the point is the tourist hub of the Blue Mountains and is visited by over two million people every year. There are a number of lookouts for visitors to gaze upon the famous three sisters and the Jamison Valley.
Charming and attractive village. In many ways, Leura is seen as the most urbane and sophisticated of all the villages in the Blue Mountains. Its Mall is full of chic coffee houses, gift shops and eateries; its streets are tree-lined and elegant; its houses are attractive and commonly surrounded by English and European style gardens.
Everglades is one of Australia’s foremost heritage gardens. This treasure from the 1930s sits in twelve and a half acres of European-style gardens and native Australian bush with breathtaking views over the Jamison Valley in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains.
A MUST FOR THE KID IN ALL OF US! At the Leuralla NSW Toy and Railway Museum families and serious collectors alike can explore pre and post-war toys including dolls, teddy bears, lead figures, comics and books, tinplate trains, aeroplanes, automobiles and working model-railway layouts. It features NSW Railway trackside and station memorabilia including lights, trolleys, seats, signals and signs. The museum’s Barbie collection from 1959 to the present is the biggest permanent display of original Barbies in Australia. The all-weather Matterhorn garden railway adds an exciting dimension to the outdoor railway exhibits with a six-metre replica of the Swiss mountain. Three trains, viaducts, tunnels, gorges and a waterfall delight individuals and model railway enthusiasts alike.
Gordon Falls Reserve, which offers excellent views of the falls and over the Jamison Valley. This is the departure point for the easy, 2-km, one-way Gordon Falls to Leura Falls Walk, offering excellent views over Gordon Falls and the Jamison Valley.
The most affordable adventure of a lifetime is just two hours from Sydney! Float on air in the recently unveiled Skyway with its world-first Electro-Sceni Glass Floor taking in the breathtaking panorama of the stunning World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park. Take the Scenic Cableway down to the valley floor and stroll along the Walkway through towering Jurassic rainforest, and refresh both your spirit and your soul (Due to ongoing infrastructure changes return from the valley floor is via the Cableway only). At Scenic World Blue Mountains enjoy 360-degree views, taking in the famous Three Sisters, the magnificent Katoomba Falls, Mt Solitary and the near endless vista of the Jamison Valley.