I'm here to check in. I thought it was just a 30-minute journey, and then somehow another 1 hour after I entered. My god, for me who is afraid of heights, I was really scared to fly out. Now... I can still walk down the road. I can take pictures of the scenery along the way. It’s almost impossible to go up... My legs are shaking... I absolutely can’t look at the left and right sides. I can only stare at the steps upstairs, and then cry in my heart. Yes~You can do it. This is where I came to play. It was killing me. I was really scared of a heart attack. The Blue Mountains have picturesque scenery and spectacular waterfalls at the lowest level, but unfortunately I haven’t gotten to the end, so I can’t do it
The road to the Sydney Fish Market is a vast green space across the bridge road. It feels great to have a large lawn plaza, but there is a light rail viaduct in the middle of the park, in addition to the famous Wentworth Park Greyhound Racetrack. Sometimes dog games, rugby and cricket games are held in the stadium. However, it is usually a quiet park. Only a few steps away from the city.
The southern end has the most activities-just a flat lawn surrounded by huge old trees, and there are some children's playgrounds, but the population of the area must surge because there are always many families, school children and single students. Then there is the dog racing field in the middle, and then the large lawns in the north, most of which are used for sports. The good thing about the north is that they seem to have gotten rid of all the campsites under the railway viaduct (I always thought that most campers are tourists, not homeless, but the few remaining homeless It can be smelled 50 meters away), so you can now better appreciate the arched viaduct and further water views-across the road, on the water's edge is the path connecting the fish market and the Glebe promenade.
Wentworth falls is in the Blue Mountains. It happened to rain when I needed to climb up and down to see the waterfall, so the waterfall is very beautiful. One section of the mountain road is almost vertical. It takes about half an hour to climb from the top to the bottom of the waterfall. With the addition of taking pictures, it took us less than two hours to go back and forth from top to next. This section of the mountain road is still a test of physical strength, and the feet are very sour the next day. Of course the scenery is also very beautiful
Wentworth Falls Park is a waterfall group in Sydney's Blue Mountains area. There are 10 large and small waterfalls here, the creeks along the way are very clear, and it is an excellent place for valley exploration, it is worth visiting for everyone.
Wentworth Falls Park is located in Sydney’s famous Blue Mountains Scenic Area. It is densely forested, deep canyons, large and small waterfalls and waterholes are densely covered. Although there are no large waterfalls, it is quiet and beautiful, and the water is gurgling. It feels like being in a paradise and it's so beautiful.