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Each time I visit Govett's Leap, it does not get any less amazing. Standing right on the edge of a cliff, looking out over the rivers, cliffs, waterfalls, birdlife and hills as far as you can see if just breathtaking each and every time!
Well worth a stop if you are in the area, for the spectacular views. Well marked trails of various difficulties and lengths. Be careful though as some of them can be a bit challenging, some steep and awkward steps, especially if it is hot. As...More
The lookout has great views of the Grose Valley. Lots of good walking trails but you do need proper footwear and to be properly prepared as the tracks have brought many people undone. Phone signal is poor regardless of which company you use, if you...More
If your traveling through the Blue Mountains, make a stop at Blackheath and pop down the road to Govetts Leap, the view is stunning. If your fit, you can walk down the track/ stairs/ steps to the bottom of the waterfall, it’s about half an...More
Came to Blackheath for a romantic getaway starting off at Govetts Leap
Cool drive on with bush lining road in opens out into easy open parking.
Clean toilets, easy access to the breathtaking view of Govetts Leap.
About a 20 minute drive from katoomba, turn left and a further 6kms down a tar sealed road you'll find you drive out if the bush into an amazing Australian bush view with mountains and waterfall. Lots of walks and teacks, nice pucnic areas with...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).