The Blue Mountains are a mountainous district and a mountain go situated in New South Wales, Australia. The district verges on Sydney's metropolitan zone, its lower regions beginning around 50 kilometers west of focal point of the state capital. Authoritatively the Blue Mountains locale is limited by the Nepean and Hawkesbury streams in the east, the Coxs River and Lake Burragorang toward the west and south, and the Wolgan and Colo waterways toward the north.
Geologically, it is arranged in the focal parts of the Sydney Basin. The Blue Mountains Range contains littler mountain runs: the Bell Range close to The Bells Line of Road and north of the Grose River; the Explorer Range, south of the Grose River expanding west towards Mount Victoria; the Caley Range, Erskine Range, Mount Hay Range, Paterson Range, and the Woodford Range.
The Edge Cinema offers guests an all encompassing perspective of the Blue Mountains.
The Giant Stairway strolling track keeps running down a precipice into the Jamison Valley, close to the Three Sisters, giving access to nature walks through the valley.
Jenolan Caves, a progression of limestone buckles south west of Katoomba.
The Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum at Faulconbridge, worked by The National Trust of Australia and is situated inside the previous Norman Lindsay property, Springwood.