BLUE MOUNTAINS

Easy to Get To. Impossible to Forget.

With so much to see and do in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, staying for more than one night is a must.

Create an unforgettable multi-day escape with world-class nature, cultural, historical, lifestyle and adventure activities and experiences including the world’s steepest railway at Scenic World; the coolest garden at Blue Mountains Botanic  Garden, Mount Tomah, the iconic Three Sisters rock formations and the luxury collection of distinctive properties encapsulating heritage, indulgence and character at its very best within the Escarpment Group.

Stretching over 1 million hectares, the Blue Mountains is an inspiring mix of rainforest, blue-hazed valleys, golden sandstone escarpments, intriguing canyons, towering forests and windswept heathlands. The Blue Mountains are located at the heart of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and Greater Blue Mountains National Landscape. This region is one of only 17 iconic National Landscapes recognised by Tourism Australian and Parks Australia. The Greater Blue Mountains gained UNESCO World Heritage listing in 2000 and National Landscape status to acknowledge its world-class experiences of environmental and cultural significance. 

On the doorstep of Australia’s biggest city, Sydney, the Blue Mountains region boats more than 140km of walking trails and hundreds of plant and animal species found nowhere else.

Gain an insight into ancient Aboriginal culture; visit cave paintings and listen to stories of the Dreamtime. Learn about pioneering European settlers; walk roads and bridges carved by convicts.

Relax in fresh air. Rejuvenate with luxury health and beauty treatments. Dine in award-winning restaurants or soak up the vast history and indulge in retail therapy, all found throughout one of Escarpment Group’s luxury collection of hotels.

Each of the Escarpment Group luxury collection of hotels are remarkable to the Blue Mountains – Lilianfels Resort and Spa, Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant, The Hydro Majestic Hotel and Parklands Country Gardens & Lodges, steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic landscapes and breathtaking views.