Leura, Australia Walking Tour: A Gem Near Sydney

Leura, Australia Walking Tour guide:

Just one hour west of Sydney, in the midst of the Blue Mountains National Park, lies the enchanting village of Leura; rich in history and beautiful scenery that will fill your heart with memories.

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Leura, Australia Walking Tour; The village of Leura in New South Wales rejuvenates your mind and body with leisurely pursuits or spirit-filled adventure. It is a horticultural paradise, best displayed each October during the Leura Village Fair. At least seven homes are open for display to the public and the Everglades Botanical Gardens is in full splendor. The surrounding Blue Mountains National Park is a magnificent backdrop to nature’s spectacle. Sandstone landscaping, waterfalls, and maintained bush trails provide a fresh air retreat from the every day. Lookout points on the paths give panoramic views of eucalypt forests: the oil gives a blue hue to the atmosphere. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Leura, Australia Walking Tour Highlights

  • The Village of Leura
  • Bush Trails, Parks & Their Features
  • Art, Shopping & Dining
  • Accommodations
  • Attractions, Festivals & Surrounds
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Off the Beaten Path, Historical/Heritage
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
And much much more…

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  • There are many modes of public transportation within the village of Leura, and they service most popular bush trails. There are no car rentals in the village. You will have to rent a car in Sydney or Penrith if you want your own way of getting around.
  • Contact the park information centre about conditions of bush trails before you take them. There may be damage from the latest weather or fires.
  • Wear appropriate gear when taking trails. It may be sunny at the top, but as you descend into some areas, rain forests get damp and cold. Treaded and comfortable shoes are required for mossy rocks and steep areas. Take lots of water.
  • There is no phone reception in most trail areas. Make sure that someone knows you are taking that trail for the day and take a friend that can return for help if needed. Telling hotel reception your plans for the day so they will know if you return to your room is a great safety tip.
  • Have an extra day on your trip? Sydney is just an hour train ride away: see the wonderful sites of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

Kellea Croft

Kellea Croft is a freelance writer living in the Blue Mountains of Australia. Her articles have been published in Brave New Traveler, inTravel Magazine, Travel Diva, and Rockpool Publishing's 'Eating Out with Kids.'


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