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All reviews echo point three sisters blue mountains great view tourist information paid parking per hour info centre street parking toilet facilities starting point tour buses avoid the crowds early in the morning jamison valley short walk prince henry
Make sure you see the three sisters at sunset when its all lit up. Its fantastic. Luck we went at night because the next day was when we planned to go again was raining and foggy and you couldn't see anything
Echo Point Lookout, Three Sisters Walk & Honeymoon Bridge
lookout, visitors centre, souvenir shop, toilets, walking trails, on-street metered parking
Echo Point is the most popular Lookout in the Blue Mountains therefore a hot spot for tourists and busy during the summer, on weekends...More
If visiting the Blue Mountains you must go to Echo Point. You need to get there early and park a few blocks away to avoid having to pay for parking as expensive. The views are to die for and there are many wqalking tracks in...More
Great, long-established lookout with beautiful extensive sandstone paving & kiosk. Easily accessible- long paved ramps to other viewing platforms. Close view of the 3 Sisters & Jamison Valley but the weather does affect the view.
Certainly a great place to start the Blue Mountains adventure....More
Having seen so many photos of the three sisters I didn’t expect to be surprised but the sheer scale of the view from the lookout was breathtaking. The ladies pales in to insignificance with the enormity of the cliff faces and colour before me.
A must visit when coming to the Blueys as they say. Make sure to visit in the evening just before sunset. Another tip would be to visit when there are a few clouds in the sky so you could see the blue hue coming through...More