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We took the walk towards the Evans head lookout and made the lookout past the waterfall. The walk has significant amount of steps and like all Blue Mountains lookouts you need the weather to be on your side.
The views are fantastic. Never will get tired of gawking down at these lookouts. Unfortunately there are way too many busloads that turn up and spoil an otherwise tranquil appreciation of natures sheer magnificence.
Such a fantastic view down into, and across, the Blue Mountains National Park. We were lucky to see some beautifully coloured parakeets, it's not hard to miss such vibrant blues, yellows and reds amongst the dull green eucalipt leaves. Unfortunatelly, the current drought conditions in...More
Wow what a great lookout, fantastic views, we went at sunset and it was brilliant. We could have stayed here for hours just looking at the breathtaking view. Lots of walking tracks for all levels. Toilets were clean. Easy drive from main road. A must...More
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Not sure if you have been yet but there is really no need to walk very far to enjoy the look at Govetts leap itself. Most of the walks from the viewing areas are steepish decent down into the valley. You can easily get a... More
Not sure if you have been yet but there is really no need to walk very far to enjoy the look at Govetts leap itself. Most of the walks from the viewing areas are steepish decent down into the valley. You can easily get a taxi down from Blackheath, or you could actually take easy walk through the village area down to the viewing area and walk back into Blackheath. There is a Parks office near the lookout that will offer better advice on the nature of the tracks as it has been a long time since I have done the walks, my recent visit was only to view the lookout with my fiancé and so my memory is a little hazy on the walks themselves (20 odd years ago).