The Three Sisters - Echo Point Lookout 01

Perched high atop the rugged sandstone cliffs of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia, lies a natural wonder that has captivated travellers for generations – the Three Sisters lookout at Echo Point.

Nestled within the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park, the Three Sisters lookout boasts an ethereal allure that is nothing short of awe-inspiring.

The Three Sisters, named Meehni, Wimlah, and Gunnedoo, stand tall and proud, their colossal sandstone formations rising defiantly from the valley floor.

As you enjoy this view from the lookout you’ll find it is nothing short of magnificent: you’ll look at an undulating landscape, see how the azure hues of the mountains melt into the distance.

The Three Sisters themselves, with their weathered facade and sheer vertical drop, bear witness to the passage of time and the relentless forces of nature.

The Three Sisters lookout serves as a gateway to a vast wilderness, a sanctuary for intrepid adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike. Countless walking trails meander through the surrounding valleys, revealing hidden waterfalls, dense eucalyptus forests, and an abundance of wildlife.

To truly appreciate the Three Sisters lookout and the Blue Mountains, I recommend taking a scenic cable car ride on the nearby Katoomba Scenic Railway. This thrilling experience provides a bird’s-eye view of the ancient cliffs and lush canyons, as you traverse a steep descent through dense rainforest. The anticipation and exhilaration of the journey only serve to deepen the sense of wonder that pervades this natural wonderland.

Maybe I should see if I’m allowed to capture them as VR experience for you!

In the meantime, enjoy the lookout!

Location: Echo Point Lookout, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, NSW

Created by:

Nigel Miller

Nigel Miller

Videographer and SitAwhile360 founder