A selection of beautiful sights in and around Sydney and New South Wales, including maps, pictures, highlights and characteristics.

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Best Sydney Walks

Kings Tableland and Lincoln’s Rock Lookout

Located south of Wentworth Falls on the Kings Tableland plateau, Lincoln’s Rock is one of the most impressive lookout points in the Blue Mountains.

With sweeping views of Jamison Valley and beyond, Lincoln’s Rock is a unique and historically important sight that is well worth a visit.

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Pulpit Rock Lookout Overlooking the Grose Valley

Pulpit Rock near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains is a large cliff edge with three lookout points spread across different levels. The lookouts are connected via a path with several sets of stairs.

A dirt road and a short walking track will get you to the Pulpit Rock Lookout, offering panoramic views of the Grose Valley and surroundings.

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Dangar Falls on the Bielsdown River in Dorrigo

Tucked away in a scenic agricultural setting, Dangar Falls is a 30m high cascade waterfall on the Bielsdown River in Dorrigo.

A short but steep walking track takes you to the base where you can go for a swim in the beautiful swimming hole right underneath the waterfall.

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Point Danger Lookout and Lighthouse at the NSW and Queensland Border

Located right at the border between Queensland and New South Wales, Point Danger is home to the Captain Cook Memorial, the Point Danger Lighthouse and also a short coastal walking track that commemorates ships and lives lost during WWII.

Spend a half day in Point Danger and learn more about Australia’s history while enjoying some of the best ocean views on the east coast.

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Belmore Falls and the Hindmarsh Lookout

The Belmore Falls in Morton National Park is a stunning plunge waterfall with two drops on the Barrengarry Creek.

A short walking track guides you along several lookout points, including the Hindmarsh Lookout from where you can enjoy panoramic views over Kangaroo Valley.

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