Combining Nellies Glen (Six Foot Track) with the Devils Hole, this Blue Mountains bushwalk offers spectacular views from multiple lookouts, beautiful rainforest scenery and some fascinating history from the coal-mining era.
The loop walk through Terrace Falls Reserve uses a network of historic trails, which traverse many sections of shaded rainforest. The bushwalk features four spectacular waterfalls and three secluded pools.
The scenic South Lawson Waterfall Circuit is a popular Blue Mountains bushwalk, which passes five picturesque waterfalls and is best done after some rain. It can also be combined with the Terrace Falls Reserve to form a longer Lawson to Hazelbrook walk.
A mostly off-track bushwalk near Brooklyn, this loop walk ascends Peak Hill from the eastern side, before returning via Sandy Bay and Dead Horse Bay (a more challenging route on the western side).
An incredibly scenic Gardens of Stone bushwalk, which passes the Gordian Knot and Witches Watch lookouts, before descending into Hecates Cauldron. After a side-trip to the Tower of Hope the route exits the valley via Tara Slot and Tara Point.
Although not a very well-known track, the Porters Pass and Colliers Causeway loop is one of the best Blue Mountains bushwalks. It passes several waterfalls, some great lookouts, secluded grottos and a spectacular slot canyon.
A short but scenic bushwalk, the Walls Ledge Loop offers views of the Kanimbla Valley. Combine with Colliers Causeway and Porters Pass for a longer and more challenging loop.
An interesting and scenic loop along Glenbrook Creek and Kanuka Brook, returning via the Red Hands Cave Track. It includes a side-trip to the spectacular Crayfish Pool and Grey Hat Falls.
A great bushwalk for a hot day, Glenbrook to Lapstone along Glenbrook Creek offers countless swimming opportunities and some spectacular scenery. The optional and more challenging side-trip up to Mount Portal Lookout provides some great views.
Starting and finishing at Leura Station, this challenging loop passes a few waterfalls and lookouts before reaching the fascinating Lindeman Pass (also known as the Forgotten Pass). The steep Copeland Pass provides an exit back up to Leura.