Blue Mountains Map

The Blue Mountains map is a thorough depiction of Australia’s Blue Mountains.

Anyone seeking to explore the area will find the Blue Mountains map to be a valuable tool.

It displays the region’s main highways, towns, and tourist hotspots. 

It also has comprehensive details about the many hiking trails, campgrounds, and other outdoor activities accessible in the region.

The map also details the local vegetation, animals, and geological aspects.

The Blue Mountains’ varied geology offers everything from rough cliffs, waterfalls, and dense forests to deep caves, giant canyons, and more.

The 11,400 square km (4,401.6 sq mile) area incorporates numerous towns and national parks.

The Blue Mountains World Heritage Site is home to seven protected national parks and one conservation area:

  • Blue Mountains National Park
  • Wollemi National Park
  • Yengo National Park
  • Nattai National Park
  • Kanangra-Boyd National Park
  • Gardens of Stone National Park
  • Thirlmere Lakes National Park
  • Jenolan Caves Karst Conservation Reserve

The Blue Mountains National Park, located approximately 80 kilometers (50 mi) west of Sydney, is the most popularly visited in New South Wales (NSW).

Download the Blue Mountains National Park map pdf.


Find the famous Blue Mountains attractions map below in one place.

Visitors frequent the town of Katoomba within the Blue Mountains for the iconic sandstone cliffs, Three Sisters and Scenic World.   

Download the Katoomba area map to help plan your trip effectively. 

The renowned Echo Point lookout in Katoomba offers breathtaking views of the Three Sisters and several walking tracks.

Download the Echo Point map here.

Scenic World, home to the steepest passenger railway, lies across from the Three Sisters.

Embark on a full-day journey through the stunning Blue Mountains with Scenic World, where every turn is a new adventure waiting to be explored on your map.

The three rides—Scenic Railway, Skyway, and Cableway—offer unique and breathtaking views of the Three Sisters, waterfall, and Jamison Valley.

The attraction also houses a 500-meter elevated walkway through the historical forests of the valley.

Walking trails

The Blue Mountains offer numerous trails spanning national parks, passing valleys, waterfalls, and cliffs.

Download the famous Blue Mountains walking tracks map pdf.

  • The Three Sisters Walk through the Giant Stairway is one of the most popular short walks near the Echo Point lookout. 

    Find the Three Sisters walk map here, including nearby attractions and walking tracks.
  • The longer Prince Henry Cliff walk passes through Katoomba, providing over 20 beautiful viewpoints. 

    Download the Prince Henry Cliff Walk map
  • The Grand Canyon Track is a 6.3 km loop from the Grand Canyon near Blackheath; find the Grand Canyon Track Map here.
  • The Ruined Castle walking track from the bottom of the Scenic World offers spectacular views of the Jamison Valley in Katoomba.

    Download the 6.6 km (round trip) Ruined Castle walking track map here.
  • The Jenolan River walking track near Jenolan Caves takes you past Blue Lake, waterfalls, swimming holes, and bridges.

    Find the year-round Jenolan River walking track map here.
  • The long, three-day Six Foot Track from Katoomba to Jenolan Caves passes through various parks in the Blue Mountains. 

    Download the Six Foot track map detailing nearby attractions and activities.
  • The 4.5 km National Pass loop from the Wentworth Falls picnic area connects to several other tracks. Find the map National Pass here

    Remember to carry all the essential equipment for long hikes and adhere to safety regulations.

We recommend checking the National Parks website before embarking on one of these walks.
 It provides the most recent information on areas in the Blue Mountains and alerts on closed trails and roads.

Explorer Bus 

The Blue Mountain Explorer Bus is an easy and convenient way to explore the towns of Katoomba and Leura on your terms.

Blue Mountains hop on hop off bus map shows the 37 stops between Katoomba and Leura.

The paths along the stops are color-graded according to the attractions for simplicity. 
For added convenience, you can buy the bus pass individually or purchase a combined pass for the Explorer Bus and Scenic World.

Featured Image: Pinterest.com.au

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