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“three sisters”(247 reviews)
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Katoomba, New South Wales 2780, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We have done lots of Australian travelling by car and plane in Australia and the Blue Mountains was one place we had never been. How lovely it was. Yes just like the pictures. Late on on Sunday it was bedlam drove around and decide too...More

Thank susanll63
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Not much to do unless you dress accordingly, pack a good lunch and wear sturdy shoes/boots. Then the hiking would be worth doing. Unfortunately my teenagers are going through the ‘cant be bothered stage’ so kept to the road stops/view points

Thank Lemonpips11
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stunning location and stunning views. Drive through the blue mountains for an amazing chance to view from all angles! You can even climb down the stairs to three ladies for even better views. Pictures do not do this justice

Thank Carl J
Reviewed 1 week ago

You must spend a day to visit here if you are in Sydney, just less than 2 hours drive from the city. There are different spots like the Echo Point to see the 3 Sisters. Also to visit the Scenic World, to try the steepest...More

Thank openyoureyes369
Reviewed 1 week ago

Katoomba is a beautiful place, home to the famous three sisters and echo point with amazing views. About an hour past this city you have jenolan caves, a must see for any tourist!

Thank Monaco S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I highly recommend a visit to the iconic 3 Sisters at Echo Point Katoomba. The Valley surrounding the Sisters is also totally awesome and you are able to see how the mountains get their blue haze and name. The square is usually full of tourists...More

Thank DaliaSoultraveller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you don't mind a few tourists, such a perfect little break for a Sydneysider! just over an hour and its simply beautiful!

Thank UrbanEx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I first visited this place over 25 years ago and found it to be disappointing. However this recent visit has changed my mind completely. The weather was perfect so it enabled me to see the great beauty of it. The breath taking dustance view was...More

Thank kklkp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a place. It is so beautiful and scenic. In fact, the whole place is breathtaking. Not to be missed if you visit sydney.The walk along the trails is fantastic. main attractions are 1. Echo point, 2. cliff Walk 3. Three sisters trail 4. Cable...More

Thank TP A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed a hotel nearby St. James stop where is so convenient. It takes 2 hours from our hotel to Katoomba stop via Central stop by train which is the quickest way to go there. Then, we bought hop on & hop off tour bus...More

Thank KP Y
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Response from Cynthia Z | Reviewed this property |
The Explorer Bus or hike or a combination of both. It's not a difficult hike. The paths are well marked & a reasonably easy walk (except for the giant staircase). You don't need to do the cable car but it is very scenic... More
16 June 2018|
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Response from Vero V | Reviewed this property |
Shouldn't be a problem. How ever I'd highly recommend you dress up very warmly In July. It's winter so hope you guys remember to pack warm clothes. As far as the weather goes..you might need to look at the local weather... More
9 June 2018|
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