This shot is taken at Sylvia Falls on the Valley of the Waters loop in Wentworth Falls.
95kms · 89 mins by car · 111 mins by train
5,650 population · 867m elevation
Wentworth Falls is one of the most beautiful towns within the Blue Mountains offering possibly the most spectacular bushwalks and views.
A walk into the Blue Mountains National Park from this point will take you to many spectacular natural attractions including Breakfast Point Lookout, Princes Rock Lookout, the Wentworth Falls, Queens Cascades and Rocket Point Lookout. Entering the bush further north you can walk to Empress Falls, Sylvia Falls, Lodore Falls, Valley of the Waters Picnic Area, Queen Victoria Lookout, Lyre Bird Lookout, Vera Falls as well as Flat Rock and Brittania Red Rock.
Conservation Hut, winner of "Tourism Restaurant" in the 2008 & 2009 Regional Awards for Excellence is a great place to relax and experience light snacks & hearty meals to suit all tastes with delicious seasonal house specials offered most weekends.
With the numerous spectacular walks and views within Wentworth Falls, visitors should allow at least a day to leisurely enjoy the area.