We are very sad to announce the temporary closure of Blue Mountains Explorer Bus. This is in response to the government's compulsory closure of non-essential services due to COVID-19. If you have already purchased passes, they remain valid for 12 months. We hope to be back showing you the best of the Blue Mountains soon. You can find us on Facebook or if you have any questions, you can contact us.
Katoomba Falls Tourist Park
In a brilliant location right across the road from Katoomba Falls reserve and minutes from Scenic World, this no-frills caravan park offers powered and unpowered sites for tents and caravans, comfy 2-bedroom cabins, and clean facilities. The Explorer Bus picks up right outside the front gate.
This easy bushwalk along the famous Prince Henry Cliff Walk is a great way for casual walkers to experience the beauty of the Blue Mountains bushland. Pretty much level from start to finish, it takes you to a series of great lookouts, ending at the legendary Three Sisters themselves.
This enjoyable all-downhill hike takes you down, down and deeper down into the Jamison Valley via an incredible staircase carved right into the side of the cliff. Along the way you can stand below shimmering waterfalls, gaze up at towering rainforest trees, and take in unique views of the Blue Mountains wilderness.
This is The Big One. The Giant Stairway is definitely the most popular half-day walk in the Blue Mountains, with fabulous views and excitement all the way, as you descend to the foot of the Three Sisters via 998 steps cut into the side of the cliff.