Overlooking the magnificent Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is the Tablelands region. It is a land of lush pastures and awe inspiring ancient wonders, such as the Wollemi pine and stone pagodas. Its sandstone cliffs and valleys, carved over 250 million years, are home to the world’s most diverse eucalypt forests.
As a visitor, you can cycle, ride horses, float on a lilo and abseil. You can do this through canyons, along wild rivers, and on bush tracks and farm land. Or you can simply kick back with down to earth locals and taste the wonderful home cooking of The Tablelands Way experience’s many bed & breakfasts or other boutique accommodation.