The Wonders of Wentworth Falls

One of the most attractive towns in the Blue Mountains for visitors has to be that of Wentworth Falls. With the majestic Kings Tableland, charming Grandview Hotel, the lake and the village itself, there is a myriad of things to do in the town and what better time to do them than when the weather warms up for spring.

Anderson Tours has put together a little list of some of the awesome activities to enjoy in this most charming of Mountain towns.

Read on to find out why a trip to Wentworth Falls should definitely be on your spring to do list.

Stunning Views

Located just outside of the town are some of the most awe-inspiring views you could hope to see in Australia. The Kings Tableland area, a picnic spot located high above the mountains, is renowned for the incredible views it provides of the valley below. The land is recognised traditional land of the Gundungurra people, so please take care when visiting and do not leave any waste behind!

Bushwalks in Abundance

Without a doubt one of the most enriching and rewarding tracks in the Blue Mountains is that of the Wentworth Falls track. A short yet steep walk located right near the Wentworth Falls picnic area, the waterfalls that give the town its name are located along this beautiful track. There are great walking trails that can be taken upon completion of the track, including that of the National Pass, which also has some amazing views of the surrounding mountains.

The Town Itself

The village of Wentworth Falls is abundant in charming cafes and eateries. Here you will experience the lovely communal vibe of the town, and be welcomed in by some of the friendliest faces in the whole of the Mountains. The town leads on to the incredibly charming Wentworth Falls Lake where you can sit back and relax after a great day’s hiking.

Book a Tour with Us

Anderson Tours provide packages that encompass the wonders of the Blue Mountains, including charming villages such as that of the Falls. Our packages not only allow you to experience the towns of the region, but also the array of adventure activities the Mountains have to offer.

For more information on our tour, feel free to give us a call on (02) 9636 6111 or fill out an enquiry form on our contact page and we’ll get back to you with all the information you require.

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