Perry's Lookdown, Blackheath

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Forest · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Perry's Lookdown is situated on the edge of the Grose Valley in the Blue Mountains, Australia. It is believed to have been named by Frederick Eccleston Du Faur after either Samuel Augustus Perry or a local innkeeper. Free campsites (five individual sites) are adjacent to the car park. The Blue Gum Forest is often accessed by foot from here, 656 vertical metres below the lookdown. The road to Blackheath is unsealed.

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  • Due to recent bush fires track closed to traffic. It took us 1 hour return to walk it. Very boring gravel track ( photo 1) , amazing viewb at the end. If you don't have time to walk it skip it as...  more »
  • Short downhill, with some easy steps, stroll to the lookout. The fence is right up to the edge. If you have vertigo don't get too close.  more »

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