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Very nice 3 or a bit under hour hike to the Red Hands Cave which contains aboriginal handprints from tens of thousands of years ago, so very thrilling. Hike is pretty flat after a lot of steps down a at start (and up at end!)....More
Red Hands Cave
Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook
walking track, aboriginal rock art, drop toilet
The road into the Red Hands Cave is unsealed but 2WD accessible and the walk from the carpark to the cave is an easy, short (10-15min) walk.
What a beautiful place with the most stunning scenery. Really breathtaking and well worth a visit. The 3 sisters took our breath away and the paths and rope bridges you could see looked well scary however they are not safe to walk on nowadays.
We had a truly memorable visit to Blue Mountains with Graham ‘Chappo’ Chapman. It was a highly personalised trip during, both informative and entertaining. He was informative and knowledgable and by the end we felt we had known the place and it’s people forever. The...More
This is quite unfortunately our only trip out of Sydney, which also means a "must-go" place. We took public transport from the Central Station and unfortunately missed the train by a few minutes and have to wait for about an hour. The same thing happened...More
Wanted a short drive to show some international visitors a overview of Sydney and the beautiful Nepean valley.
Road in is accessible.... we ave 4x4 but plenty of standard vehicles were at the lookout.
Boardwalk is well maintained and only a short walk from the...More
What a phenomenal stop!
We had the place all to ourselves and kangaroo were plentiful and not fearful of us at all.
We had three come up to within 10 feet of us and one had a joey in her pouch. How cool is that....More
I walked the Red Hands Cave track with a family group which included young children. All found the walk from the causeway to Red Hands Cave and return to be easy. The track is very well defined and follows the stream. I saw a small...More
we went there and i have no idea why people is giving 5 stars for this area, we went all the way to red hand caves and that forest has burned there is not much to see there not wild life at all and only...More