Spectacular landscape! The story involved with The Three Sisters adds to the mystique, especially at sunset.
When you visit the Three Sisters at Echo Point, you are looking at something ancient. The Valley's around are older than the Grand Canyon in the U.S.A. It takes you breath away.
It is usual that it is foggy in the morning, even in summer, but it can open in middle morning and then the place becomes interesting. I only think you may feel miserable if it is cold and rainy!
Any visit to the Blue Mountains is going to have as its centrepiece, the Three Sisters. Steeped in legend, these sandstone pillars never cease to enthral those who visit this place. Located at Echo Point overlooking the Jamieson Valley and its spectacular escarpment, with Mount Solitary in the distance, this is a magical focus of tourist pilgrimages. The site caters... More
I walked from town (20 minutes, maybe) to the viewing platform to see the Three Sisters at sunset.. it wasn't crowded at all, which was nice, and the views were cool but overall it was not the best sight in Australia. The Three Sisters themselves are actually quite small, although they do light them up at night which is rather... More
Do not miss it. I've took the cable car 3 times and i didn't get enough from the wild amazing nature. Especially when the car passes under a natural dark bridge. The only thing that annoyed me is the car was too crowded with children. Do not take children with you
A trip to Sydney is not complete unless you take in a tour of the three sisters on a good weather day. The views are fantastic, lots of opportunities to take photos and there is even a vigorous walk down the side of the cliff to one of the rock formations. Recommend it If you are in decent shape, can... More
The views out over the Blue Mountains, the valleys, and the Three Sisters are nice, but not as nice as many other places I have been. I was intrigued by the name of the Three Sisters and anxious to see them as I have seen the Three Sisters in Oregon, each one of those higher than 10,000 ft. So these... More
Nature at it's majestic best. The scenery from the Three Sisters viewing platform is stunning and offers a different outlook throughout the day...different in the morning and afternoon. Quite popular so sunrise would be a good time for the first visit to this stunning spot.
It is nice to see once, but that's about it. I would not go there again. You have a nice view on the green mountain and, of course, the three sisters. But it was not as good as I expected. There is no free parking and a lot of tourists.
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