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Places to visit in Blue Mountain

When you travel to Blue Mountain, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Blue Mountain, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Blue Mountain to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Blue Mountain things to do can include exploring Blue Mountain attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Attractions in blue mountain


Located in Sydney’s Business District, the Anzac War Memorial is a national monument dedicated to the deceased who died in the Anzac War. The Anzac’s terraces offer sights of the surrounding city. The opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.


The intricate structure features a gothic-style veneer over elaborate architectural design, on a well-maintained estate that encompasses stables, a small farm and a number of lawns beautified with a variety of plants bearing flowers. The Vauclause House is open to people from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily.


Constructed in 1816, Sydney’s Parliament House is a wide, double-floored building of a great significance to New South Wales. There are tours available for the visitors at specific hours.


The Blue Mountains itself is a fun filled destination for kids of all ages. But specific entertainment for kids around this area includes StarDust Kids Parties, Hana Bear Creations, Fly By Fun, Luna Park, Xreme Playzone and The Musical Playroom. These places would offer the best of entertainment to your kids and also adults. All these destinations are around the Blue Mountain range and are just an hour or two drive from your camped place.

Activities in blue mountain

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Explore the ever surprising Jenolan Caves with night tours, adventure caving, ghost tours, bush walks, self-guided tour and kid’s tours.

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The ridge top cliff drive will let you have stunning and breath taking views of the Three Sisters and other such iconic peaks and rock formations of the Blue Mountains.

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There are a lot of spas that are available to make you energetic and make you ready for the next day’s trip. Some of the famous spas are Spa Sublime, Sundari, Yindi Day Spa and Hamilton Spa.

Food in blue mountain


Some of the famous restaurants around the Blue Mountains region are Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort, Parklands Country Gardens and Lodges, Thai Silk Restaurant, Vulcans Restaurant, Ashcrofts Restaurant and Escarpment.


Some of the famous Australian dishes available in the restaurants are hamburger with beetroot, green chicken curry pie, fantales, crab sticks, Barramundi, cheese and bacon roll, vanilla slice, seafood pizza and a lot of other dishes. The restaurants also offer multi-cuisines and other continental dishes.

Shopping in blue mountain


The tourists can shop from a number of shopping destinations located around these mountainous regions. Products such as books, toys, cards, computer software and technology, art and crafts, automotive, food and beverages are available in the markets of the surrounding regions of the Blue Mountains. Wine and alcohol is also available in certain shops as well as fruits and vegetables. Some of the famous shops include Dryridge Estate, Leura Toy Shop, The Lollybug, Springwood Newsagency, Frou Frou Old & New Springwood and many other antique shops.

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