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The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters, Blue Mountains National Park NSW 2787, Australia

Introduction of The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters is one of the most famous scenic spots in Blue Mountain, New South Wales. Katoomba, the core town of (Blue Mountains), is one of the most famous scenic spots in Blue Mountain.

The Three Sisters, located near the town of Katoomba, is a symbol of the blue mountain, which is named from the ancient legend of the indigenous Australian people. It is the three adjacent yellowish cliff heads, 922 meters(Meehni), 918 meters(Wimlah)and 906 meters(Gunnedoo). It is very vivid and steep mountains, from EchoPoint, there is a way down the mountain.

In the fairy tale of the local aborigines, there is an ancient legend about The Three Sisters, where three beautiful sisters lived a long time ago, called (Meehni), Winla (Wimlah) and Gannidou (Gunnedoo). Unfortunately, the three sisters fell in love with the three brothers of another tribe in the mountains at the same time, contrary to the resentment and rules of the alien race, and were not approved by their parents, and later set off a war between the two communities because of their relationship. At that time, in order to help the three sisters escape the disaster, a witch turned them into stone cliffs on the mountain. However, in the end, the witch was killed, leaving behind the three sister peaks of the valley, never to be returned, and saved from countless worldly troubles, watching the Blue Mountain range. for the rest of her life.


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