Blue Mountains National Park (BMNP) is located just 60 kilometres west of Sydney. The park conserves more than 247,000 hectares of an area unique in it's history, its wildlife and world famous scenery. The landscape is part of the traditional country of Aboriginal people including Daruk, Gundungurra, Wiradjuri and Dharwal.
Blue Mountains National Park contains the Grose Wilderness, dedicated for its wild unspoilt natural beauty. The eastern area embraces Glenbrook, known as the Blue Labyrinth, 45 minutes from Sydney City and includes camping areas, scenic picnic areas, Aboriginal cultural sites and swimming holes.
There are 140 kilometres of heritage walking tracks and hundreds of lookouts, most within easy reach of train stations.
This park is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, an internationally recognised precinct that was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2000 for its outstanding and universal values of significance for all people.