Wentworth Falls

  • Wentworth Falls was named in 1878 after William Charles Wentworth, one of the three European explorers who crossed the mountains. Wentworth Falls is home to the biggest waterfall in the Blue Mountains with the first drop being 110 metres and the second 48 metres. Visit the quaint village or take a stroll along the shore of Wentworth Falls Lake, which was originally created to provide water for steam trains. The lake offers a great picnic spot and children's playground. Many bushwalks originate around Wentworth Falls varying from 30 minute walks to full day hikes. The National Pass walk offers great

  • National Pass
    National Pass

    The National Pass is one of Australia's finest bushwalking trails, just 100 kilometres from Sydney

  • Wentworth Falls Lake
    Wentworth Falls Lake

    Hidden along Sinclair Crescent is a small body of water known as Wentworth Falls Lake.

  • Wentworth Falls Lookout
    Wentworth Falls Lookout

    The Wentworth Falls Lookout is one of a network of spectacular lookouts and bushwalking tracks

  • Valley of the Waters
    Valley of the Waters

    Valley of the Waters is situated at the end of Fletcher Street and the Conservation

  • Charles Darwin Walk
    Charles Darwin Walk

    Charles Darwin Walk is named after Charles Darwin, famous for his theory on evolution, as

  • Mountain High Pies
    Mountain High Pies

    Mountain High Pies in Wentworth Falls continues to grow in popularity for its large variety

  • Sublime Point Lookout - Leura
    Sublime Point Lookout - Leura

    t will feel like you're on the edge of the world as the views go

  • Wentworth Falls
    Wentworth Falls

    Wentworth Falls located in the Blue Mountains National Park is a spectacular waterfall with magnificent

  • Falls Gallery
    Falls Gallery

    Established in 1989, Falls Gallery provides changing exhibitions of works on paper and ceramics by

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