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BLUE MOUNTAINS WALKING TRACK RE-OPENS FOLLOWING UPGRADE

The Three Sisters walking track in the Blue Mountains has re-opened following a $1.5 million upgrade. The track’s pathways have been resurfaced and landscaping and signage upgraded.

The Three Sisters walking track in the Blue Mountains has re-opened following a $1.5 million upgrade. The track’s pathways have been resurfaced and landscaping and signage upgraded. The 12-month project also included an upgrade of Spooner’s, Oreades and Lady Game Lookouts.

 Last year the Three Sisters became the 98th Aboriginal Place declared in NSW. The declaration recognised the special cultural, social and spiritual significance of the site to the Aboriginal community.

 The walking track links Echo Point Lookout to Lady Game Lookout, both of which overlook the Three Sisters.  

Source: Destination NSW

Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours and Airport Transers do regular tours up to the Blue Mountains which are private tours and customised for the client.  There are many wonderful walking tracks and it is now excellent news that the most famous place of all is accessible and open to the public.  The Three Sisters is just one of many attractions in the beautiful Blue Mountains region.

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