The following places have tracks and access point suitable for those using wheelchairs, prams, walking frames or have limited mobility.

If you have an accessible Blue Mountains attraction you’d like added to this listing, please contact me.

Fairfax Track Blackheath

The Fairfax: a track for everyone The Fairfax Track is a 1.8 kilometre sealed path, meandering from Blue Mountains National Park Heritage Centre, through shady woodlands to George Phillips Lookout, before culminating at Govetts Leap Lookout. Both lookouts offer sensational views of the Grose valley…

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Echo Point – Three Sisters

Echo Point Katoomba

Three Sisters Walking Track According to the NSW National Park website the Three Sisters Walking Track is graded as “Disability access level – medium”. The pathway is suitable for wheelchairs with assistance, and strollers, from Echo Point to Oreades lookout. Please note some sections…

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Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

Cafe at cultural centre

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre: cafe, exhibitions and shop  Located just a few minutes stroll from Katoomba Railway station, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is fully wheelchair accessible. It has lifts, clean accessible toilets, a decent café, two galleries and several meeting rooms. The centre shares…

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Katoomba Library

Blue Mountains Library Services

Katoomba Library; more than just books Katoomba Library is in the same building as Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.  It is a lovely place to chill out if you’re waiting for someone, need wifi or just want to get your kids out of the weather. The library…

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Scenic World

Blue Mountains Scenic World.   Scenic World is an accessible, family-owned Blue Mountains attraction on the escarpment of Katoomba. It boasts four main attractions; The Scenic Railway, the Skyway, the Cableway and the Rainforest Boardwalk. Scenic World also offers food, toilet facilities and free parking…

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The Gully

Aunty Mary King at The Gully

The Gully in Katoomba The Gully is one of my truly favourite places in all of the Blue Mountains landscape. It may not be as dramatic as the escarpments of Blackheath or the waterfalls that cascade into the valley below Katoomba, but for many…

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