The Blue Mountains National Park is approximately two hours west of Sydney by train, a large and beautiful national park protecting the famous Blue Mountains of New South Wales.
The Blue Mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site and are full of all sorts of different hiking trails, waterfalls and lookouts to enjoy. Small villages dot the heart of the national park where you can wander, stay and eat.
WENTWORTH FALLS HIKE DETAILS
Where: Blue Mountains National Park
Length: 4 hours for whole day including Echo Point and Wentworth Falls (just Wentworth Falls & Charles Darwin Walk are approximately 1 hour return)
Directions: take the train from Central Station to Blackwood Station, then transfer to Katoomba Station. Take the 686 Bus to Echo Point to view the Three Sisters. Return to Katoomba Station and hop back on the train toward Sydney to Wentworth Falls Station. Walk down Falls Road to begin the hike following signs for Wentworth Falls. Return via Charles Darwin Walk to the station and head back to Sydney.
Bathrooms: yes, at the trailhead and in Katoomba and Wentworth Falls Village
Public Transit: yes, take the train from Sydney to Blackwood then transfer to Katoomba