Blue Mountains National Park

Name: Blue Mountains National Park

Loc: Australia - New South Wales - Sydney
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Addr: Blue Mountains National Park NSW 2787, Australia
With access all day
Fee: Free

Introduction of Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park is located in the Blue Mountain region of range (Great Dividing Range), New South Wales, about 100km west of Sydney, NSW.

Blue Mountains National Park is part of the World Natural Heritage site assessed by UNESCO: (Greater Blue Mountains Area, 2000 in the range area of Grand Blue Mountain, which consists of seven national parks and one protected area. In addition to Blue Mountains National Park, the rest are: Wulemi National Park (Wollemi National Park) Wolle, Yangeau National Park (Yengo National Park), Natai National Park (Nattai National Park), Kanangra-Boid National Park (Kanangra-Boyd National Park),) Gaddenstone National Park (Gardens of Stone National Park), Salemi Lake National Park (Thirlmere Lakes National Park) and Jane Roland Cave Karst Reserve (Jenolan Caves Karst Conservation Reserve), and Blue Mountains National Park is the most famous of these national parks and areas. The highest degree of tourism development, and the nearest one to Sydney.

Blue Mountains National Park covers an area of 2689.87 square kilometers and has irregular boundaries, separated by roads, urban areas and private gardens. Despite its name "mountain", the area is actually a rising plateau, separated by several rivers from the outside world.

Overlooking the observation tower on the edge of Blue Mountains National Park, Dai-blue mountains and mountains disappeared into the sky. Close view, full of cliffs, towering; waterfalls turbulent, purging down, dissolved into the lush forest sea, or fell into the towering gullies. Qianfeng green tree cloud lingering, flowers silent murmuring water, in this blue sky, fresh air, ethereal mountain fog composed of the valley stage, the distinctive seasons in turn staged different tones of play. For Australians who know only the rainy season and the dry season, the Blue Mountains seem to have four distinct seasons, so they often come here to avoid the three volts along the coast. The Sydney people love to spend the weekend at a pleasant inn, winding through the deep canyons between boulders, sand rocks, waterfalls, lush eucalyptus and fern forests, making it an ideal place to hike and wander. Blue Mountains National Park is inhabited by as many as 80, 000 residents, Xingbu in seven large and small villages and towns, human and nature, primitive and civilized, so long-term harmony, giving people a feeling of returning to nature.

Blue Mountains National Park's most famous scenery is the three sister peak (The Three Sisters), Dan cliff reflecting the blue sky, with a different charm. It is said that the three aboriginal Australian sisters fell in love with the three brothers of their enemies and descendants and staged an Australian edition of Romeo and Juliet. The brave three sisters would rather turn into three stubborn rocks in order to resist the feudal evil forces.

Katumba (Katoomba) is a gateway to Blue Mountains National Park and other attractions in the Blue Mountain area, about 100km from Sydney, or by (Blue Mountains Line) on the Blue Mountain Line at Sydney central Station (Central Station). Katumba is very close to the three sisters peak and the location of the cable car, Blue Mountain Beauty World (Scenic World), so Katumba has become synonymous with Blue Mountain to a certain extent, and the town is very lively. The unique Australian style welcomes thousands of visitors from all over the world in the morning. At the same time, the small town of Lula (Leura), about 3 kilometers from Katumba, is also worth visiting. Lula has a beautiful environment and often has all kinds of exhibitions, especially the annual Lula Flower Festival (Leura Gardens Festival),.

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