The Blue Mountains National Park in Sydney was once praised by Queen Elizabeth II as the most beautiful place in the world. There are a large number of eucalyptus trees (eucalyptus trees), and their volatile oil droplets are reflected in the air through the sunlight to reveal a blue mist, hence the name Blue Mountain. Eucalyptus leaves are also the food of the Australian national treasure "koala." The park has spectacular three sister peaks, as well as beautiful waterfalls and thrilling canyons. You can take three different cable cars to travel to and from different attractions to experience different visual experiences. There are also many creative sculpture exhibitions in the rainforest area, which is a good place to relax.
Blue Mountains, one is a blue mountain.
is located in New South Wales, Australia, bordering Sydney's urban area, about 100 kilometers west of Sydney. Its hills start 50 kilometers west of Canberra and extend from the west bank of the Nehen River to the west bank of the Cox River.
Out of the train station, it still takes a while to take the bus. When I arrived at the Blue Mountains, I found that the Blue Mountains are really blue. Originally:
Blue Mountain is named after the eucalyptus tree in the mountains (locally called the Gary tree). Because the eucalyptus leaves always emit a strong fragrance, under the refraction of sunlight, this fragrant volatile vapor causes the blue mountains to hang in the blue scorpion, not only a layer of faint blue smoke on the hillside, but even the sky. The blue squid is steamed, and the Blue Mountain gets a name that is as beautiful as its scenery.
tips: Sydney trains have a maximum of 9 knives on Sunday.
The Blue Mountains are only 100 kilometers from Sydney and can be easily reached by car. The Blue Mountains are a narrow mountain range, and most of the area is classified as a Blue Mountain World Heritage Site. Its name is very intuitive. The gas emanating from the eucalyptus trees in the mountains and the sun shrouds the entire mountain in a light blue smoke. The hike route in
Blue Mountains is not difficult, so it is also a weekend for Sydney people to choose from. A few days after I arrived in Sydney, I was already a little tired of the city. I came to the Blue Mountains and immediately plunged into the embrace of nature, breathing the blue air of the blue mountains.
The time spent in Sydney is quite rich, and I suggest you must expand to the surrounding area. Activities such as Watson's Bay and Wollongong Skydiving are popular among Chinese and foreign tourists. Personally, Australian skydiving is not particularly expensive compared to other countries, and can be used as a reserve option. More people will choose a day trip to the Blue Mountains, about two hours drive from downtown Sydney. I and my little friends will not drive by themselves, so I took a day trip to the tour group. The bus will pick up and drop off at the address, especially for individual guests. [When you book a day trip or similar event, you must arrive at the meeting point on time, especially in countries with strong time concepts, starting on time and not waiting for someone. The famous Three Sisters is the perfect location overlooking the entire Blue Mountains. It is a pity that it is cloudy, there is no way to see this magnificent scenery too clearly.
The trip to the Blue Mountains is to visit the Jenoland Cave, the oldest open cave known in the world. Some people in the same trade participated in the climbing cave activities. We thought that it was inconvenient to take pictures and gave up. Follow the guide in the hole, all kinds of strange stalactites will definitely leave you a deep memory.
The tour guide led the group members all the way, the cave was dark, and every time we visited a scenic spot, the tour guide would light up the lights in one area. If you walk in front of the front of the guide, every time you see all the lights in order, it feels a bit wonderful. All kinds of rocks are so strange in the erosion of water, and the lighting is even more mysterious.
Belonging to the Greater Blue Mountains, the Blue Mountains National Park is home to a large area of primitive jungle and subtropical rainforest. Eucalyptus trees are well-known here and are Australia's national trees with more than 500 species, and are the only food of Australia's precious animal koala. Here you can experience a feeling of Shangri-la and returning to nature. The park has the majestic view of nature. Due to the large scale of the scenic spot, visitors generally take the sightseeing cycle bus or choose to drive by themselves.