Pick you own adventure this weekend and head down one of 18 discovery drive trails in the Greater Blue Mountains, each one taking you on a unique adventure. The common link is the network of national parks and conservation areas that make up the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area that stretches from the Upper Hunter, to Mudgee, Goulburn, the Southern Highlands and the Hawkesbury.
Covering 1200 km of major connecting roads, the drive offers one of Australia’s greatest tourism experiences, linking Sydney with its own world heritage backyard and beyond to the diverse landscapes and experiences of inland New South Wales.
The Greater Blue Mountains Drive has something for everyone: walking tracks, quiet country drives and picnics, relaxing holidays, bicycle rides, just cruising and sightseeing or a myriad other experiences that lie beyond the carpark.
One of the best things about the drive is the many different ways it can be enjoyed – day journeys, short breaks and extended tours. Keen travellers can spend two or three weeks exploring the lot, or each of the Discovery Trails is a superb day trip self-drive.
For more information visit: The Greater Blue Mountains Drive