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The Three Sisters

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Echo Point road | Echo Point, Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wonderful day out with spectacular scenery. Obviously made special by perfect weather but great day walking and exploring

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank lydiav2074
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Definitely worth the 1 1/2 hour drive from Sydney, the Three Sisters is a beautiful spot with gorgeous vistas to the Blie Mountains. There are easy walking trails down to a lower level viewing area. Cute gift shop for snacks and souvenirs and a very...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank dm713
Reviewed 5 days ago

Great pictures, and very easy to climb down to the lookout point. However, if you are scared of heights, you will not be comfortable on this walk -- its a steep walk, along the side of a cliff.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Traveller-BL
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Okay so it can be packed with tourists and you may have to wait to get that all important selfie but hey the view is definitely worth it! If you are travelling from Sydney try visiting on a Sunday, the round trip (bus included) is...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank m_tall_m
Reviewed 6 days ago

We came here to see the best parts of the Blue Mountains and were not disappointed! So beautiful, majestic, on a cloudy day which was perfect... We met many people, many tourists & even some locals who never get tired of this. I see why!...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Justsaygrace
Reviewed 6 days ago

I find The Three Sisters to be more interesting than Victoria's The Twelve Apostles, as the latter are not all intact. TTS are amazing to look at: such structure, so solemn. The forested Blue Mountains make a stunning backdrop. The best way to travel to...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We always bring our visitors to have a look at the Three Sisters. It's an icon of the Blue Mountain ranges. Even after seeing it so many times, we still always take a photo with the Three Sisters. A definite must for overseas visitors.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Manickjg
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I have been here many times but the most recent visit going back home to Sydney we decided to stop by as one of my friends had never been there. Unfortunately it was quite foggy we couldn't see anything haha. PICTURES 2ND FEB 2019 3.30PM,...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank KonstandinaR
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The best views are from Echo Point so go there and put up with the crowds. Then take the path down to the sisters - there’s nothing but a bench under an overhang at the sisters themselves (and crowds due to many unfit people taking...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank mrdom
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

No trip to the Blue Mountains would be complete without seeing The Three Sisters, three rock stacks in one of the most picturesque parts of the Blue Mountains. We viewed them when we were on one of the frequent Hop on Hop off buses which...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Venture380256
November 3, 2018|
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Response from ismajuarez | Reviewed this property |
Hello I visited in fall season it was chilly and kind of cloudy but anway increíble views I believe by the time you are planning to go will be nicer westher. You cant miss it!
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Venture380256
November 3, 2018|
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Response from epapas2018 | Reviewed this property |
Any tour would be worthwhile, the guides know the area thoroughly and take you to the most popular and spectacular spots. Viewing the three sisters is best in the afternoon when the sun shines directly on them, magic sight!
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December 26, 2017|
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Response from peter2780 | Reviewed this property |
"The Grand Canyon is in Arizona, USA." Yes, I've heard of that little gully in Arizona. But the OP is talking about the Grand Canyon track below Evans Lookout in Blackheath. Not sure why the OP's question is being asked on... More
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leqi p
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First Time to Sydney! Itinerary query (18 Replies)
Hi, We are three adults travelling to Sydney on 19Oct for a period of 8days. We have booked our hotel and our ticket, and we will be staying in Surry Hills areas. We have roughly planned out an itinerary and would like any help to take a look and advise any suggestions. Day 1 - Arrive Sydney around 10.30a.m. -> Check-in to Hotel -> The Rocks Weekend Market -> Observatory Hill -> Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk/Pylon Lookout Day 2 - Scenic City Walk around the area (The Rocks...More
July 11, 2014|
Response fromAbs140|
Hi. Your plan looks good. What time does your plane arrive? That will have a big bearing on whether there are queues at Optus! Abs :)
Starzwishes
Singapore, Singapore
Blue Mountain Itinerary (17 Replies)
Hello, My boyfriend and I will be reach Sydney at 11am, which we will then travel to Katoomba immediately (that's where our hotel gonna be). We were planning to visit Scenic World, Katoomba Falls, Three Sisters and Echo Point on Day 1 & 2. Will that be possible? We also planned to visit Jenolan Caves on Day 3. We looked online and found a tour (CDC Tour) that can bring us from Katoomba to Jenolan, and return back at 5pm. Will it be safe/possible if we then travel back to Sydney on that...More
May 27, 2018|
Response fromsweetbiscuit21🏖🏕|
Can't help with tours, but you have a nice amount of time.in the Blue Mountains. You will have time for an afternoon look around the town of Katoomba on arrival, and on day 2, you can buy a HOHO bus pass and use it all day, as well as visiting Scenic World, Three Sisters etc. Getting back to Sydney from Katoomba at 5pm is no problem - trains are running until late at night. Cheers.
Daryl L
Singapore, Singapore
Sydney Itinerary - Advise Please (: (21 Replies)
Hey All, Will be travelling to Sydney from 25th June to 30th June. It will be the last leg of a 3 part trip to Australia (Gold Coast and Brisbane being the first 2). We have 5 adults in total (20 to 23 years old). This will be my first time in Sydney so I'll grab any advice I can get. Transportation wise, I'll be buying the MyMulti3. Day 1 (Wed) - Arrive Sydney Domestic Airport at 05:30PM. Taxi to hotel. (Or should I take the train?) I'm staying around museum station. Dinner around...More
June 04, 2014|
Response fromBeatoTaun|
Since there are 5 of you, would suggest to get a taxi then as cost will work out to be lower. As for buying the tixs to the zoo, you don't have to purchase them online as you can get them when you arrive at the zoo. Plus if memory serves me right, you can get a deal with a ferry ride from Circular Quay + zoo pass and that way, you get to enjoy a short cruise on the Harbour with lots of picture taking as you will have the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge as your backdrops. As for seafood,...More